Looking into getting a Meyers instead of a conure this time. I've done as much regular research as I can online, but I'd love to hear stories and advice from those who have had these small African parrots or have known them.
by Paul Edmondson 10 years ago
How long can a green cheeked conure stay alone?If you have a green cheek conure and give it food and water, how long can they stay home by their selves. Since they are social, can they be left alone for a day, a few days or several days.
by Susan Reid 12 years ago
Have you taken the M-B personality test?Which of the 16 personality types are you?I am a minority type: INFP, the Idealist!
by sunconurelover 12 years ago
I want to get a sun conure and i also want to train it to fly out side but still come to me. i...know that if you get them very young you can train them to fly and come to you but, how do you teach them to fly? and also i have hawks near my house, so how do i train my conure to get away from them?...
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