two green cheeks

by Jesus Rodriguez
(Las Vegas)

I have two green cheeks and one will dominate and harrase the other to the point of pulling out the lesser dominate ones flight feathers out.

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Feb 26, 2011
two green cheeks
by: Linda

As Tracie said, separate them immediately if not sooner because this is a life threatening situation for the bird being hurt. Birds can and do kill each other for various reasons, and they are too many to go into here. Get another cage, get it set up and keep these birds apart forever except for possible constantly supervised play time out of cages.

Lots of people don't understand that when birds do not like each other or cages are too small or whatever, they will kill each other. Parrots are exotic wild animals, and will behave as they truly are when under stress of any kind.

Thanks for writing before you had a dead bird,
Linda

Feb 25, 2011
Bird pulling cage mate's feathers
by: Tracie

You must separate them right away. Purchase another cage and put it next to the other cage. Let them out to play together when you can watch them closely.

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