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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-30-2012, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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Green cheeks with other birds?(smaller birds)

How are green cheeks with smaller birds? Do i have to be as worried about them with my budgie as i would have to with a sennie?
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I have budgies, a parrotlet and a green cheek... I would not allow my green cheek near my budgies or parrotlet... He acts aggressive to the parrotlet so I take no chances.
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I won't allow mine near the others, they even try to attack my birds of prey

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I don't let the senegal, quaker, and green cheeks out at the same time because they do get into fights. I do however let my budgies out with other birds in the birdroom. All my budgies and other birds have never been clipped so they're very strong flyers. My birdroom is big enough so when ever the budgies are uncomfortable with the other birds they just fly off somewhere else for safety. If your budgies are clipped then don't chance it- conures are quite territorial and so they can get aggressive towards other birds to protect their territory. I don't advice you to let budgies out with green cheeks- i'm just telling you the functionality of my flock.

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