My Bird With Her Noisy Attitude
by Dani gwizdala
I have a five year old Sun Conure. Her beauty is totally opposite to her attitude. She has a problem with not being quiet when wanted. No matter how much I tell her to be quiet she wont.
She knows how to say her name, Peanut. When she starts constantly squawking I tell her to be quiet and she doesn't so I yell at her to be quiet. For what I expect is for her own enjoyment she screeches her name as loud as she can.
I recommend that before you get a bird you need t get some books on how they can be. I have read that you need to check with close by neighbors if it is okay to get a bird that might be noisy. You should have a house medium to large or an apartment large enough for plenty of space to move around in.
Before you get a bird when you live in an apartment you should always look at your lease to make sure you can have a bird. If it does not mention birds you need to call your landlord to make sure it is OK.
I have had two birds. My first bird was a Cockatiel. His name was Tweety. He said many different things. He was twelve years old when he died. I was devastated when that happened.
I was determined to find a new bird. I found many sites but none of them were the ones I was looking for. One day when I walked over to the store I saw a picture of a Sun Conure and under that it said free and the number. I ran home and called the owner and found out that the bird's name was Peanut, she said her name, and did not bite.
I went over to the owners house and the first look at the bird I thought to myself this was meant to be. That is how I got my bird.
I failed to ask if the bird has squawking problems and that was my problem because indeed she has squawking problems. I tell you from personal experience to always know every little bit of information about the bird you are wanting to purchase
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