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Meyer's is as close as I get :P
Hey, they can breed together, so it almost counts.
Mine's rehomed after 10 years and was not at all used to human interaction and properly socialized, so I'd say it's pretty much a worst-case scenario for any Poicephalus. When he bites, it's pretty hard, lol.
Then again he's shy and chooses not to bite. So even in my case they're relatively easy birds.
Just get ready to give plenty of attention. Senegals require more on-person interaction than Meyer's, but they too are relatively easy parrots.
Last edited by Friggin Joe; 10-07-2009 at 10:10 AM.