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Posted 10/12/2007 7:24:30 AM Post #1038
 

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LOL!  What's that lil' fella's name....Dobby? Wasn't that in the house elf that beat the snot outta himself in the Chamber of Secrets? Good movie. 

Stacy Shue
Blake Aviary
www.blakeaviary.com
Posted 10/15/2007 2:12:19 PM Post #1041
 

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great story and information.  My B & G hand raised from a baby was stolen at the age of 14 months....I am still crushed by the loss of my "Gorgeous"/

I took him everywhere....he even had his own car seat perch....he would nap with me on my chest, loved to shower, learned 'swing acrobatic early on' and expected praise for it...if he was ready to perform and play and I was not in the room he would call out to me....I would come to see what he wanted and he would perform....they need companionship and love and sharing.

They require as much attention as a child, so this should be considered when purchasing one.

Macaws are wonderful animals, and very loving and intelligent....they bond quickly, are playful, love to perform for praise from you....

They are as intelligent as a 3 - 4 year old child and this must be remembered when caring for them....

They are marvelous wonderful animals and Never to be teased or tormented....they love affection and the bonding becomes complete as you converse with the bird remembering its incredible intelligence.

I have recently ordered a smaller macaw baby to be delivered soon and can hardly wait...

Posted 10/15/2007 2:13:18 PM Post #1042
 

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Houseelf is a wonderful descripton for these regal friends!!
Posted 10/18/2007 11:10:47 PM Post #1044
 

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My description of a Macaw was "A willful three year old with a can-opener on it's face."
Posted 11/14/2007 9:20:39 PM Post #1084
 

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you answered several questions i had. i want to get a baby military macaw, They are pretty. Expensive, but pretty. I was wondering how macaws do with animals, and according to you they get along, thanks, how did you train yopur bird to stay out of the cage and not get into things?

Nicole Bielby

Posted 3/4/2008 7:05:12 PM Post #1220
 

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I love the beauty of these big birds and right at this time I am unable to have one. Maybe someday. I have a quaker who was always biting and still does once in a while. I was able to get him to stop biting me. He doesn't especially like my husband, and gets very nervous when he comes in the room when I am holding him. If I am not around he will sit on my husbands shoulder and be a very good boy. I also have two Nandays, who were sitting on six eggs, we are done to three. Yesterday, there were four I think they are eating the eggs. I am going to pull them tomorrow. The font changed for some reason.    Louise
Posted 6/28/2008 5:04:33 AM Post #1407
 

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hey,
i wanted to know that if someone is selling a red tailed black cockatoo let me know i want to but one !!
thank you
Posted 1/24/2011 9:24:15 PM Post #2495
 

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Do you know anything about blue and gold macaws? Hopefully, I'll be getting one soon.

ME!!!!
Posted 1/24/2011 9:25:56 PM Post #2496
 

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[quote]waleed1991 (6/28/2008)
hey,
i wanted to know that if someone is selling a red tailed black cockatoo let me know i want to but one !!
thank you[quote

you mean a palm cockatoo?

ME!!!!

Posted 1/24/2011 9:27:56 PM Post #2497
 

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AGREEING!!!

ME!!!!
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