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    Quote Originally Posted by Crispy
    Beautiful parrot! He looks like he likes being handled well already...
    It loes being handled. If anything a little too much.
    Do as I say. Not as I do.

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    cute parrot and I just wish my parakeets were more friendly, like your parrot, they don't even let me touch them :(

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    Great looking parrot, stunning colours!
    Mike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miltonic
    cute parrot and I just wish my parakeets were more friendly, like your parrot, they don't even let me touch them :(
    This one wont let me not touch it. But it ina tree or something it will glide fly to you and start climping. but on the ground and it will walk up on your foot and pull your leg hairs or bite (softly) until it gets attention and a shoulder to play on.

    We did an experiment last night and put it on the pillow when I was going to bed. Contruction works had worked in the room so the sheets were allready dirty and we were to tired to switch. it took a position leaning against my check and slept their all night without moving or soiling the pillow. Thats not true. When I movd it moved enough to get the same position. I don't know if I want a parrot to sleep in my bed but it was a cute experiment.
    Do as I say. Not as I do.

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    it probably thinks you're his mommy :P and that's awesome, parrots are super smart, hopefully i'll get one day and train it like yours. I don't think I can get my parakeets to like me anymore since they've been that way for years and I rather just leave them than having them go all whackoo on me and bite me.

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