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Re: Senegal Parrot Information and FAQ

Postby Mecnun » Mon Jul 07, 2014 4:02 am

Wolf wrote:Well, let's start by dropping down and starting our own topic here in the Species forum. I will go ahead and start it and try to answer you further in the new topic. I will call it Zeus ? , Look for it.

okey . thank you .
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Re: Senegal Parrot Information and FAQ

Postby JML » Wed Jul 09, 2014 5:11 am

Hello, Can anyone tell me about how loud senegals can be? I have an apartment. I had a bee bee and he was shrill enough throughout the day to annoy neighbors. I visited some 3-month old senegals at a store who are quiet and I was told that they are quiet birds. I cam concerned about loud shrill noises. I have read that senegals can be loud 1-2 times a day. If anyone has input please let me know. Thank you.
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Re: Senegal Parrot Information and FAQ

Postby seagoatdeb » Sun Oct 15, 2017 5:39 pm

Of the small Pois and I have been around most of them, the Senegals are the loudest but you can have them in an apartment. There are some people who have Senegals who call for them every morning to wake them up, and right now i have a Meyers who does that. How you can solve that for an apartment with thin walls is to get a small sleeping cage and let them sleep in your bedroom and then bring them out to their big cage to eat in the morning. If you have a Senegal who needs more attention and calls you during he day you can have a perch set up in rooms you go in....and teach them to stay on the perch, and that will keep them quiet. Your apartment may have good walls and the sound doesn't go through them and then you dont need to do anything. My point is it can be handled. Small pois are suitable for apartments.
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