[ Hey everyone. It’s been a while since I posted about these 2 beauties. I have been trying to find where they are because my mom sold them and their cages for $200 when I was in the hospital. It happened July/August of 2011. I had them for 10 years. The cherry headed conure is a female about 16 years old. Her name is Oscar. The blue and gold macaw is a female about 15 years old. Her name is Cosmo, but responds to Hurrudaba because she decided that was her name. My mom sold them to a woman that lived in Rhode Island. I miss them dearly and just would like to at least seem them again. If you all could share this for me so I can see my babies again I would be forever grateful. ]
Oscar and Cosmo were her PETS and it seems that there was some kind of miscommunication and now she no longer has them and would just like to seem them again.
The new owner was sold so a woman somewhere in Rhode Island.
My RI / New England followers, Can we please boost this? T_T Let her see her babies one more time!
‘Red rumped parrot’ or 'Grass Parrots’ are sexually dimorphic. That means you can tell males and females from one another.
Sometimes juvenile males can look like females but generally after 2 heavy moults they gain sexual maturity and get their adult feathers.
[Image: Red crowned amazon parrot looking into the camera with gorgeous yellow and grey eyes.]
Rexie was such a delightful little one today! She’s a re-home that is in the shop at the moment and she is such a sweet heart.
A little bit… I wouldn’t say cage aggressive as much as I’d say cage wary, but as soon as she’s out and about she is a real cutie. So gentle and give plenty of warning and grump if you’re doing something wrong.
She has the softest cutest voice and I swear if we didn’t have a full house and were able to take in a young amazon… gosh I just love her to pieces and I hope she gets a good home.
Day 126, the red-fanned parrot, also known as the hawk headed parrot! Fun fact, this was going to be a full body pose but seeing as how this just by itself took an hour to do, I shrunk it to another headshot. Parrots are difficult for me for some reason.