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Re: Share photos of your flock here

Postby Natacha » Sat Oct 10, 2009 6:04 pm

Let us know what it is!

I sometime think of getting Piper, Shade, Zuri and Petey sexed. Joey is the only one I know for sure.
I'm 95% sure Shade is a female based on those criteria (head and V), specially when compared to her sibling who fits the male criteria to a T. Petey I'm assuming is a female because of her nesty behaviours and Zuri I thought because of her roundish head (who seems flat at times lately so I could be wrong...).

Piper....the more I read about lovies and how the females can be nasty, the more I think I might have a male and maybe the reason I don't want to have them sexed, at least her, is that I'll have to start saying "him" and "he"....which would be weird ;)
My blog http://poiworld.blogspot.com/
Videos of my birds http://www.youtube.com/user/poicephaluslady
Piper ~ Lovebird
Shade ~ Senegal
Joey & Pixel ~ Red-bellied parrots
Petey & Zuri ~ Meyer's parrots
Léa ~ Cape parrot
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Natacha
African Grey
 
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Location: Ontario, Canada
Number of Birds Owned: 7
Types of Birds Owned: PF Lovebird, Senegal Parrot, Red-bellied Parrots, Meyer's Parrot, Cape Parrot
Flight: Yes

Re: Share photos of your flock here

Postby MissLady9902 » Sat Oct 10, 2009 6:23 pm

I understand that! My friend has a Severe Macaw, Tori. For the longest time they called Tori him. I think they had Tori for 3 or so years but then last year Tori laid an egg! I guess that's one way to know if your bird is male/female! It took a long time getting used to calling Tori she but now it's would be weird calling Tori a he!
Funny how that works.
Cathy

Busy beaks are quiet beaks!

:senegal: - Noodle
:gray: - Marvin
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Poicephalus
 
Gender: This parrot forum member is female
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Location: Columbia, Mo USA
Number of Birds Owned: 2
Types of Birds Owned: A Senegal and a Congo African Grey
Flight: No

Re: Share photos of your flock here

Postby MissLady9902 » Sat Oct 10, 2009 11:59 pm

Here are some more pics of my guys!

That Guy and Chicken.
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Where the budgies live!
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Chicken scratching an itch.
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Cathy

Busy beaks are quiet beaks!

:senegal: - Noodle
:gray: - Marvin
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Poicephalus
 
Gender: This parrot forum member is female
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Location: Columbia, Mo USA
Number of Birds Owned: 2
Types of Birds Owned: A Senegal and a Congo African Grey
Flight: No

Re: Share photos of your flock here

Postby Michael » Sun Oct 11, 2009 6:44 am

It doesn't give them nightmares that there's a shark peeking in their cage?
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Macaw
 
Gender: This parrot forum member is male
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Location: New York
Number of Birds Owned: 3
Types of Birds Owned: Senegal Parrot, Cape Parrot, Green-Winged Macaw
Flight: Yes

Re: Share photos of your flock here

Postby Natacha » Sun Oct 11, 2009 6:58 am

Cute budgies, I do like the one of Chicken chicken scratching an itch the best.
My blog http://poiworld.blogspot.com/
Videos of my birds http://www.youtube.com/user/poicephaluslady
Piper ~ Lovebird
Shade ~ Senegal
Joey & Pixel ~ Red-bellied parrots
Petey & Zuri ~ Meyer's parrots
Léa ~ Cape parrot
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Natacha
African Grey
 
Gender: This parrot forum member is female
Posts: 1277
Location: Ontario, Canada
Number of Birds Owned: 7
Types of Birds Owned: PF Lovebird, Senegal Parrot, Red-bellied Parrots, Meyer's Parrot, Cape Parrot
Flight: Yes

Re: Share photos of your flock here

Postby MissLady9902 » Sun Oct 11, 2009 5:27 pm

It doesn't give them nightmares that there's a shark peeking in their cage?


They don't seem to mind. The shark has never given them a reason to be afraid. He's filled with fluff and is lacking teeth. ;)
Cathy

Busy beaks are quiet beaks!

:senegal: - Noodle
:gray: - Marvin
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MissLady9902
Poicephalus
 
Gender: This parrot forum member is female
Posts: 303
Location: Columbia, Mo USA
Number of Birds Owned: 2
Types of Birds Owned: A Senegal and a Congo African Grey
Flight: No

Re: Share photos of your flock here

Postby MandyG » Tue Nov 03, 2009 3:26 pm

Here's some pictures of Mojo. I'll have some better ones soon. I'm just figuring out my camera ;) .
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Hanging out
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Amazon
 
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Location: Manitoba, Canada
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Types of Birds Owned: Yellow Crowned Amazon
Flight: Yes

Re: Share photos of your flock here

Postby Michael » Tue Nov 03, 2009 3:37 pm

Wow beautiful! Hope you didn't take the parrot outside unclipped though! :flapping:
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Gender: This parrot forum member is male
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Number of Birds Owned: 3
Types of Birds Owned: Senegal Parrot, Cape Parrot, Green-Winged Macaw
Flight: Yes

Re: Share photos of your flock here

Postby MandyG » Tue Nov 03, 2009 3:41 pm

Michael wrote:Hope you didn't take the parrot outside unclipped though!


Of course not! He had such a severe cut that he'd fall like a stone when he fell of his perch. He didn't have any flight feathers yet when he was outside ;)
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Gender: This parrot forum member is female
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Location: Manitoba, Canada
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Types of Birds Owned: Yellow Crowned Amazon
Flight: Yes

Re: Share photos of your flock here

Postby Kathleen » Wed Nov 04, 2009 8:21 pm

Great amazon and budgie pictures! Thanks for sharing those. :mrgreen:
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