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Jun 04, 2012
Thank you
by: Anonymous

thank you for your help i will keep an eye on it :D

Jun 04, 2012
yellowish liquid in my birds mouth
by: Linda

This sounds like your bird is of breeding age and is making the moves and attempting to feed you or a favorite toy. This does not mean you should breed her. Just because a bird grows to breeding age does not mean they should be bred. The US market is flooded with birds now, and most of them end up living sad and lonely lives in abusive or neglectful homes. Do not breed your bird now or ever as it is not necessary for her well being.

Just like with humans, cats and dogs, it is not necessary to breed because we can. There are too many birds, cats, dogs and humans on this planet right now, so it is a wise choice not to breed our pets.

If your bird throws up anything with undigested food in it, then she will need to be examined by an Avian Vet because undigested food indicates a possibly serious infection.

Thanks for writing and for caring about your little bird friend.

Linda

Jun 04, 2012
Yellowish liquid in birds mouth
by: Anonymous

I have a Quaker parrot also (not sure if its male or female) and it used to do the same thing. He would move in slow motion, bending his legs, moving tail from side to side, craning his neck making a soft chirpy sound and a breathing/hissing sound. Never any yellow liquid in the mouth, though. He hasn't done it in about a year and I thought it might have been some kind of mating thing. If it continues, you need to take your bird to the vet because I would be worried about anything unusual coming out of either end of my bird.

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