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I think my Conure can say hello

Please tell me if you can hear my Maroon Bellied (Tai) has said hello twice in this video. He is not attacking my GCC but just chasing my GCC off in this video cause he wanted all the attentions to himself, they are best buddies really. ‪Hello‬‏ - YouTube

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Ya i think i can hear him say it! the first time about 16 seconds in!
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I think I heard it too

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I have a hard time hearing Shira, too. Yesterday she said "good morning" to me very clearly, but I was right beside her. I think she talks a lot more than I notice because her voice is so soft and sweet. Daisy says "good morning" all the time. I find my birds love to pick up on one another's phrases.


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I've heard Kiki try to say "I love you" one night, but she never caught onto it after that. She repeats my whistles well, and she might be saying Kiki as I say it ALL the time, and I'd kind of be surprised if she didn't say it, but because the way I say it sounds like a whistle, I might be mistaking it for a whistle. Think about it....A wolf whistle, and then say "Kiki" enthusiastically in the same tone. It's really similar.




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