Michael wrote:You can take a blood sample yourself to send to a lab to save money but I don't recommend a beginner doing that. A vet can probably sex the parrot for $50-$100 depending on their rates/location. If the bird has ever laid eggs, it is definitely a female. Otherwise you can't be sure. It's not all that important to know because males and females tend to look and act alike.
Natacha wrote:There doesn't need to be another bird around for a female to lay eggs.
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