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Barney and Clover #423351
04/15/12 03:42 PM
04/15/12 03:42 PM
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Re: Barney and Clover [Re: pinkeynurse] #423353
04/15/12 04:51 PM
04/15/12 04:51 PM
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glad you figured out the gallery the other areas are much easier to post a picture than the gallery even such as for a signature picture and avitar picture so when you post in a thread you see their picture...cute birds..i dont like mirrors for birds tho then will bond with their image more than you when mirrors are present and i see a millet holder which i personally dont agree with feeding millet either for many reasons...besides its already in their regular seed diet...

be very careful also when those wing flights go to grow out as there is nothing for the new feathers to brace against and thats when most times you will get blood feathers that break...

nice that they both sat still for you also while you took those lovely pictures of them and very nice cage i might add.



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Re: Barney and Clover [Re: pinkeynurse] #423367
04/15/12 09:20 PM
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Thank you for the nice comments. I removed the mirrows and millet holder a while back after reading your other posts. I do not leave millet in the cage but have used it to help build a trust. Today clover sat on the top of my hand without using a treat. I placed hand in cage as you suggested and it seems to be working. Barney wants no part of me at the moment, but he is no longer afraid of me and I can get close to both keets smile


Re: Barney and Clover [Re: pinkeynurse] #423385
04/17/12 08:49 PM
04/17/12 08:49 PM
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well dont get discouraged as when you have two housed together it always goes much slower with training...so actually thats good progress as one will watch the other and maybe get brave and do the same soon... laugh


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