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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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Hello and Welcome!

 

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I can give you some avatar help - but unfortunately the forum is playing me up at the mo and I'm having real problems loading pages.

 

If you look in the How To section there will be help there.

https://www.parrot-link.co.uk/forum/38-how-tohow-do-i-technical-help-using-the-forum/

If that doesn't help bear with us and someone will be along to help asap.

 

:)

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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 :(

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Hi cazzie

 

If you have the image on a site such as photobucket post the image/link here and I can add it through admin for you.

 

Link for Photobucket

https://www.parrot-link.co.uk/index.php?topic=26851.0

 

If it's on your pc I can't do much I'm afraid.

There is a bug in the forum when uploading avatars which I will report to fg - site admin - again.

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Posted Image to the Parroty Place, Cazzie. Loads to share, learn and enjoy Posted Image

 

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Here's our section of Information Topics©:

https://www.parrot-link.co.uk/forum/22-parrot-link-information-topics/

 

Also a variety of topics you may like to wander through:

https://www.parrot-link.co.uk/topic/6216-welcome-info-pack%c2%a9/

 

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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 :lol:

 

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y225/chickenshed/phpQD4Evd_c2AM.jpg

 

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<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

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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:

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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:

great avatar. what is it on your head? don't i've ever seen one of them before

 

so you're a poultry expert? cool, quite a few of us keep chickens quails and the like. and i think kleopatra has some pheasants (that's not poultry though is it? oh just ignor me lol)

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Yes, well spotted 8) 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: )

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Yes, well spotted 8) 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: )

Just posted on the parrots for sale section 8)

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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 :lol: , 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:

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