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Re: rosellas and kakarikis as companion birds

Postby rebeccaturpeinen » Sun Feb 19, 2012 11:54 am

Aurora and I wrote:I have a Green (or Grass) Rosella,
she's semi tame now, and I have only had her for about 4 weeks, she will target, take food and I even converted her to pellets in 3 weeks.
Rosellas are beautiful, and they are a lot smarter than you think! Every day she surprises me how intelligent she is. She's pretty and a good singer!
I would recommend one, and if you get it from a good breeder, I'm sure that the Rosella will make a great pet. (I got mine from a pet store, but at least they were taking good care of the birds)


:thumbsup:
GO ROSELLAs!!!

Will be getting one more very soon :D To join Joe.
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Re: rosellas and kakarikis as companion birds

Postby Mum2rory » Sun Feb 19, 2012 8:43 pm

[quote="rosella"]as far as i know kakarikis come from new zealand and it never snows there so i dont think they are a snow parrot.

It definitely snows in New Zealand - a lot!
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Re: rosellas and kakarikis as companion birds

Postby Aurora and I » Thu Feb 23, 2012 11:43 am

rebeccaturpeinen wrote:
:thumbsup:
GO ROSELLAs!!!

Will be getting one more very soon :D To join Joe.


Great, they will make a lovely pair, but make sure that they get a lot individual of handling, because they need to remain your birds and not each others birds. :)
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