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Last Post 21-06-2009 7:32 PM by  LIZ
Talking Grey
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Diane
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03-03-2009 3:50 PM

How can you say Greys plot, they just think, they don't shout or scream. Once you know the expressions in their eyes you know exactly when to move out of the way or distract them from biting. So the white eye shadow is slightly overdone, it just makes it easy to read their eyes.

Jazz will show lots of love Nicola, wings dropped down and upchucking for you. All the best with him and Feddie and pics where are the pics

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03-03-2009 4:12 PM
the pics will follow, and what do you mean they don't scream? Jazz has a mad half hour everyday, where hes screams and throws his foot toys all over the place lol. To be honest, it doesn't bother me, i find it quite amusing, hes like a 2 year old.!
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03-03-2009 4:20 PM

That's not screaming, just letting you know he's happy

this is screaming  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SN-DCBxzvoE

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03-03-2009 5:06 PM
ok fair point, at least Jazz doesn't sound like hes in pain.
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05-03-2009 7:21 AM


As promised pics of my birds.

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Jack & Jill

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05-03-2009 10:58 AM

what lovely birds they look really happy, Jazz is enjoying that tickle

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05-03-2009 7:57 PM
awww ur littlies are cute!
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06-03-2009 10:56 PM

They are all gorgeous but I have to say those little ones do it for me everytime!!

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07-03-2009 6:45 PM

Well I am fast considering myself a grey person....having just survived a long spell with 3 toos screaming whilst 2 small children (grandkids) were also making noise and their mad dog was intent on annoying my 2 and I ran out of vodka!!!

 

My little grey is a sweetie....ok he nips sometimes but at least he does nots scream like the toos

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08-03-2009 1:16 PM

Aww they are all so cure, bless!!!    I also agree with you as far as  screeching toos go, or even screeching patty's.

The greys are so much easier on the old lugs lol.

Even our scarlet doesnt match them in the noise department.

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09-03-2009 11:42 AM
hiya nicky nice to see you on here
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21-06-2009 7:32 PM

aww i love my 2 greys lol to start with i was a bit scared when their eyes flashed ,my son said they looked like devil birds.

both birds are now talking ,charlie is really funny when he starts ,his lastest words are helloooooooo ,tickle tickle .ooh boyo, ooh well,bye bye ,what !! what !! ,aye and mummys boy,if i am trying to talk to my hubby in the conseravatory ( where the greys live ) charlie will shout WHAT !! WHAT !! WHAT !! and gets really ratty if i dont speak to him..ive got 4 cats and when they walk past charlies cage he shouts hello to them,lol think he's puzzled why they dont stop and speak to him

susie can be a bit of a wee madam,she repeats everything charlie says and does,she will have wee temper outburst if she does not get her own way lol she stamps her feet and screams,i am still in touch with the breeder i got my greys from,her son took one of susie's nest mates and his grey does the same..

tammy the brolly is still a baby he's only 8mths,i only stopped feeding him about a month ago ,the vet said this was quite normal for a brolly and also said i could still be doing it at 18mth but also warned me it could be a comfort thing ,tammy  decided to stop himself ,he's a very clingy parrot and loves to hang from the neck of my niteshirt.. lol am left with a pile of handrearing food and 200 syringes but it wont got to waste cuz i am buying a blue and gold or a green winged macaw from the same breeder i got tammy from,

ITS A MADHOUSE AT HAPPY VALLEY
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