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  1. No worries Stormbird, it's the thought that counts
  2. Hi I have sent Edinburgh zoo an email, no response yet. Thanx for your replies. X
  3. Thanx for all the "Welcomes" What a friendly lot you are Anita, actually of all the birds we have here, these QOB conures are my favourite - even as young babies they are really happy to just sit on your shoulder and play with your hair, they even have a lovely smell! Ok, i'll shut up know , I admit I shall be sorry to see the male youngster go - I just wish I could have him myself as I think I've bonded :wink:
  4. Just posted on the parrots for sale section
  5. Yes, well spotted this is one of five golden - or queen of bavaria conures that I help to look after, some actually need new homes - although I can't advertise them on this forum ( or have I just....... :wink: )
  6. Wow, you are an absolute star :shock: I've saved it. If I can help you with any horticulture or poultry queries please don't hesitate to ask, they're the only subjects I know anything about :roll:
  7. Put image on photobucket, not sure which one you need, but here goes, see if you can make any sense out of this little lot. Lucky dip http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y225/chickenshed/phpQD4Evd_c2AM.jpg <a href="http://photobucket.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y225/chickenshed/phpQD4Evd_c2AM.jpg" border="0" alt="Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket"></a> http://s6.photobucket.com/albums/y225/chickenshed/?action=view&current=phpQD4Evd_c2AM.jpg
  8. Thanks for that gary, really useful site. Profile still won't let me load it up tho, it says the image must be jpeg - when it actually is! all this trouble just for a piccie
  9. Thanks already, just attempting to upload an avatar - although I think the file is too large. I wish I was more computer literate
  10. Hi Just started helping a friend feed his birds, I still don't know all the names :oops: , but they include conures, amazons, macaws, eclectus, meyers, cockatoos and caiques, oh and a selection of softbills too. I've also had a go at some hand rearing, which is really satisfying, albeit messy! I thought it a good idea to join this site to help me gain a little more info on all things parrotty, so be gentle with me :wink:
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