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Tracy - 2016-03-11
Looking to bring a hand raise half moon conure into our home to love. Looking for breeders.

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  • Shawn Morris - 2016-04-17
    Take a look at our website, we can get a half moon to you.
    allbeaksparrotplace.com
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Kim Rose Marie Tessier - 2016-03-22
looking for patagonian conure/conures.must be shipped to maine by Delta (155.00)

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  • Shawn Morris - 2016-04-17
    We have them, take a look at our website. Delta ships at 156. your also going to need a crate 25.
    take a look at our website. allbeaksparrotplace.com
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bj - 2015-07-26
Looking for a half moon. My wonderful girl died recently and I can't stand coming hoe to no chatter. Recently or needing weaning is best, I can finish weaning. Live in Houston area and will drive.

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  • Betty - 2015-11-07
    I have a 3 yr old half moon conure, very lovable, very tame. Says and plays peek-a-boo, says step up, says Frankie (which is his name) and several other words. Very comical. It breaks my heart to have to get rid of him and his best friend, Flip, a green cheek conure, but my husband just found out he is going to have to hav e open heart surgery and we will be in and out of town for an unknown period of time. I have no one to care for my birds while I am out of town so I have no choice but to let them go. If you have not found one yet please let me know if you're interested. They love attention and interaction. A good bird loving home is a must. Thank you and I am so sorry about the loss of your bird. They have such personality and become like family members. I am located in north central Louisiana. Brobert07@comcast.net is my email address if interested.
  • Stephanie Cosenza - 2016-04-11
    Hi, i have one if interested. Thanks
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Shelie - 2012-04-27
Last August a Sun Conure just appeared on a perch in our front yard. We live in Idaho, so this is very unusual. My husband approached the perch, talked to the bird and he came right to him, up his arm onto his shoulder. We live in a pretty small town and we let everyone we could think of know that we had this bird. We still have not received any response. However, in the meantime, we have totally fallen in love with the bird. His name is Buster but we wonder if his name s/b Bronco. As he says 'Bronco' all of the time. At first he loved us both, but in the past 3 months, he has decided I am ok if my husband is not home, but if my husband IS home he wants to attack me. We took him and had his wings clipped so that he could no longer fly to me and attack me. It has not calmed his attitude, but at least he can't get to me. I love this crazy little bird and I take care of it most of the time, feeding, cleaning up after, providing lots of treats, but I am not the chosen one at this time. I hope this gets better, but if not, I will just accept it as it is. We think someone may have released him and we have no idea how old he is. All I can say is he is loved and we are happy to make room in our life for him. Oh, and we are taking him on his first camping trip this weekend. We have a large 5th wheel and an extra cage. Wish us luck.

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  • Patricia - 2016-04-08
    Did the bird warm up to you again? This has just started happening with our Sun conure Mango. 5 days ago he didn't eat good and was acting funny, the next day he was fussy with me and squalking when he saw me but would still step up on my finger. Then the next day only wanted my husband and nipped at me if I tried to come near him. Yesterday he flew to me to bite and scratch me hard! First time that's ever happened. So I've been reading everything. Just want to know if this is how it's going to be from now on.
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Colleen Souza - 2016-03-31
Hi everyone I had a Nanday Conure he passed away on October 9th 2015 Dean would have a been 28 years old this April I miss him so much! Sometimes when I firstwake I think I hear him. I know he isin heaven with my brother, mom and dad but it still hurts.

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Heet - 2016-03-09
I want to buy it india gujarat

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Katherine - 2016-02-28
I am looking for a reputable breeder in the state of Florida

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Marce Garcia - 2016-02-24
Hello, i have a half moon conure called Hermes

4 years ago my parents bought me  beautifull conure wich i called ''Hermes'' at first we thought it was a he instead of she. To be honest i did not knew anything about parrots, so i kept her in a cage for like a WEEK. My sister saw that Hermes was unhappy, so she searched the web for information, and that´s when a whole new door opened up for us. Hermes is now living freely. I have some tips for people that want parrots:

- I wouldn´t get another parrot, and if had the chance to never had get hermes, i would. Because parrots need to be free and live the life they naturally should have, i know they are really cute and playfull beings.

- Never cut the wing´s feathers, they are not very good at walking or running, let them feel secure by keeping the wing´s feathers.

- Being a parrot owner is NOT FOR EVERYBODY, you need to have a rutine for you and your parrot, also alot of patience.

- Please dont buy a parrot if you dont have the time to be whit them, they are social animals after all.

- VERY IMPORTANT to learn they´re lenguage, or they will get very VERY frustated 

Hermes has teached me alot of things, and im very gratefull. We and hermes have had our problems in the past (that im still trying to heal), but i love her and she loves me.

Regards from Mexico, if you like to read more about my conure i´ll be glad to reply. http://imgur.com/OjUEuiq Oh and i forgot to point out, that no one, not even animals deserve to live in misery, so try your best!

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Karen - 2016-02-24
Hallo everyone I'm a proud owner of a blue crowned conure that I've called Mila, I have just had him for a month and am very new to learning how to be his friend.

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Tiki Bird - 2012-06-07
I have raised my blue crown from a baby. He talks all the time, never shuts up, if you don't talk with him, he will start sayin 'poor tiki, poor poor tiki', he has a huge vocab, pet stores are amazed at his vocab when they hear him. He use to be so sweet, he would step up on my finger, he kissed my mom, my daughter made a tinker toy perch on wheels and would pull him around...that was up until he was about 2, now he is meaner than a hornet, he is entertaining, and he loves your company, but he will not step up, and he bites if you get near him. What causes this? Tiki is about 8 years old.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-06-07
    What causes it - I am not sure but I called it the terrible two's.  It seems my parrots went through the infant and cudly stage and then the terrible two's.  However, I got to cuddly threes with pretty much all of them.  Someone has to be boss and I think it is your Tiki.  He can be RETRAINED (if that is really a word) but somehow, he got out of control (which most do) in the terrible two's but a person usually gets the control back in a couple of months.  He can not bite the back of your hand if you make a fist and hold it tight with the back of your hand going toward his beak.  Nothing for him to bite.  You can say 'UP' and if he doesn't just grab his feet fast and he will get up.  If you twist your hand slightly, he can't keep balance and bite also.  You can enjoy him as he is or you can look for 'how do I train my parrot' classes or books.  Up to you....  Either way he sounds fun and entertaining.  To start, I would sure make sure he is not on his cage and on a neutral perch not by his cage. Realize that until around 20 years ago, most pet birds were wild caught and trained.  Tiki is just being boss - it is up to you if you wish to change it.  But he has to be removed from his cage to neutral teritory and learn. Have fun. 
  • Tiki Bird - 2012-06-18
    Now that you've mentioned removing him from his cage, I forgot to mention he is nicer when I remove him, but doing so is something. I have to wrap my hand in a towel (so he doesn't bite) and put my hand in his cage. He will not let me physically remove him, he flies to the ground. When he is on the ground, he is sweet, he picks his foot up for me to pick him up. I can pet his back, and sometimes carefully stroke his tummy, but don't get to comfortable with him, because he will nail you. When he was old enough for a cage, I bought a cheap cage from a pet store (it's about 4 ft high X 2ft wide X 2 ft deep). Several years ago, we bought him a nice cage that would cost about $500. He HATES it, he sulks, won't talk, won't eat, won't bath, won't play with toys, won't go out of it. It is really nice, the top opens up with perches on top with food and water bowls (it's about 6-1/2 ft tall X 4 ft wide X 4 ft deep). We finally had to put him back in his old cage, and he is happy as a lark. I guess the other cage is for the birds. Now, we are trying to find someone to buy the big cage, because he wants nothing to do with it.
  • Charlie Roche - 2012-06-18
    Parrots have really distinct personalities and likes and dislikes.  They are territorial and frequently become very protective of their cage.  Usually, if they are removed from that territory - they are a whole lot calmer.  I have never heard anyone have a problem with a conure coming OUT of a cage.  They will do everything to not GO IN their cage.  They prefer peoples shoulders, their heads, laps.  A person has difficulty geting them off --

    Think about what your little guy is doing when he gets feisty.  Is he thinking you might be trying to put him back in his cage?  Can you just leave his cage door open and he can go in and out (when you are home) as he pleases?  Conures really WANT to be with their family and will get difficult if they believe you are going to reutrn him to their cage.  Anyway, try and figure out what he is getting mad/upset/feisty about and then maybe you can change the behavior.  Foot toys, flip him upside down and 'time out'



    I don't get the new cage thing but if you want you can put the new cage next to the old cage with the toys etc in the new cage.  Then put the food in the new cage and leave the doors open - he will go to the new cage gradually (especially if you don't look) but familiarity of old toys etc - Also, what was the location of the new cage.  Farthur away from family.  Conures are extremely flock oriented - they want their family and need to be by them and see them  They do not behave well on their own and that's when they will make noise. 



    Kitchen mit or anything - if you tried to get him out that way - he is going to be scared - think KING KONG coming after you in your bedrrom - so leave the door open and let him come out.  Can he fly down from his cage or fly to you?  Try and concentrate on his behaviors and ask yourself why he is doing it? 
  • JERRY - 2016-02-12
    I have a sun conure and she is so loveable..We lost the male that I was going to breed with her and currently looking for a male conure (blue crown). Do you know where I can locate one?
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