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Last Post 27-05-2013 12:16 PM by  Kensmrs AKA Rhonda
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17-05-2013 6:49 AM

    My Son Edward has a 10 month old Blue Fronted Amazon, Max.

    Max has only been a member of his family for two weeks, but has developed a taste for boys ears.

    In true Blue Peter style, using a cheap hat, a bootlace & 6 wine corks, i made a Parrot distraction hat

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    18-05-2013 1:45 AM
    Thats fab and at least Edward gets to keep his ears lol
    Edward you look fine in your "daft hat" bet thats a fashion statement everyone will be joining that owns an ear eating parrot lol
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    18-05-2013 6:38 AM

    Well it apears the hat works, but the corks take longer to drill than to destroy!!


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    18-05-2013 6:59 AM
    Scott,

    Have you tried plastic milk or pop bottle tops? Quicker to puncture but a bit more of a challenge to destroy. (Oh, and bird safe).
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    18-05-2013 12:50 PM
    Great idea, a hat with built in bird toys. I have a clothes protector thingy with budgie type toys on it to protect my clothes from the SH quakers.
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    27-05-2013 10:57 AM
    My husband wears a hat with drop down ear warmers when cuddling the Jendays as he gets one on each ear!
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    27-05-2013 12:16 PM
    Love the hat - reminds me of a hat my pal Julie wore when we were at TIPS for a parrot behaviour course not so long ago - she wore it in the Amazon aviary and she had loads of amazon pals tugging on the tassels of her hat
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