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Which bird should i buy?

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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
I have just got a cage (50(L) x 31(W) x 77(H)cm) and now i am trying to decide which type of bird to get. I was originally thinking of 2 lovebirds but after talking to the man in the petshop i am now thinking a cockatiel. I have read a bit about cockatiels and they seem better for the kids as they interact more. What do you think? and does anybody know where the best place is to get birds ( i live in Surrey nr Croydon).

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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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jackdaw
#2
Golden Eagle
#3
Dodo.
[mod]#4
A Thai one..............but a close inspection may be needed first to be on the safe side. :-D
#5
Love birds, deffo :)
#6
think the cage may be a bit too small
#7
I used to have very tame cockatiels one would speak and the other was like a small baby when ever i was around. My female bird would listen out for me to come down the road from work, she would here my ladders rattle on my van and she would come out of her cage and sit on the top of the living room door until i came in ,& she would then fly onto my shoulder and thats where she'd stay until i put her away she would like chirp into my ear fly into the bath when i was there she was so freindly and loving:-D
then i went on my hols and somehow my sister killed them :x
#8
A Fit one for sure.
#9
cockatiels are great fun but very noisy, they have a squark that can be heard a long way off so I hope you get on with your neighbours if you decide to get one
#10
I think Katie Price is a cheap bird but i suspect it will annoy the **** out of you.
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scrumpypaul
jackdaw


choc1969
Golden Eagle


renown
I used to have very tame cockatiels one would speak and the other was like a small baby when ever i was around. My female bird would listen out for me to come down the road from work, she would here my ladders rattle on my van and she would come out of her cage and sit on the top of the living room door until i came in ,& she would then fly onto my shoulder and thats where she'd stay until i put her away she would like chirp into my ear fly into the bath when i was there she was so freindly and loving:-D
then i went on my hols and somehow my sister killed them :x


Thats so sad!! :(
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*scooby*;6490897
Thats so sad!! :(


you are so wrong


jackdaws are the most amazing birds.
#13
Captain Hook
cockatiels are great fun but very noisy, they have a squark that can be heard a long way off so I hope you get on with your neighbours if you decide to get one


You should hear my kids lol. My new neigbour moving in above me (also a friend) has one so it should be interesting. I say Love birds the kids say cockatiel.
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*scooby*;6490897
Thats so sad!! :(


oops don't know why the top 2 quotes appeared
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I had two cockatiels.One male one female.Lovely birds.The female(Cookie) was hand reared and was so tame.Taught her a few tunes.Used to fly about the living room and land on peoples heads and shoulders.Loved nibbling the wallpaper.The male (Shrek) was only hand tamed and wasn't as good tempered as Cookie.He bit us a few times.I tried to teach him tunes but to no avail.He could copy the telephone ringing though!He could say a few words as well.They are very good birds with kids but they do need attention or lots of toys when your not around.I would recommend getting a hand reared one.They are more expensive but it's worth it.Check out you tube to see what they are like.
suspended#16
Love birds really shouldn't be called that sometimes especially with children but they are not noisy.

BTW Jackdaws can make incredible pets as they are easily trained.
#17
this one flew over the cuckoos nest but then decided to drop in for a day or two


extremely tame, only a young'un, even my collie didn't faze it

left the following day, flew off to be with his mam and dad again.




amazing

http://i35.tinypic.com/xohbgi.jpg
#18
Norwegian Blues are very low maintenance.
#19
LoozR
I had two cockatiels.One male one female.Lovely birds.The female(Cookie) was hand reared and was so tame.Taught her a few tunes.Used to fly about the living room and land on peoples heads and shoulders.Loved nibbling the wallpaper.The male (Shrek) was only hand tamed and wasn't as good tempered as Cookie.He bit us a few times.I tried to teach him tunes but to no avail.He could copy the telephone ringing though!He could say a few words as well.They are very good birds with kids but they do need attention or lots of toys when your not around.I would recommend getting a hand reared one.They are more expensive but it's worth it.Check out you tube to see what they are like.


Thank you for your advice, i am now looking to buy a hand reared cockatiel but unfortunatly it is coming to the end os the breeding season so i may have to wait until next year. Rep left :)

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