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My HUGE monsters

Hello here i would like to introduce you, my 3 babies monsters.
They are all females and are:

DARKY-SENEGAL PARROT
LILLITH-MACAW
SILVER-AFRICAN GREY














Sorry for the non good quality shots, i took them from my nokia mobile.

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oh and also, i would like to ask, can someone please make me a signature?

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Thanks for sharing they are all beautiful and look well cared for.

We have a few arty members, im sure someone can help x

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Gorgeous birds

- Alexandrine parakeets Holly, George, Koda & - Crimson rosella Kasumi Orange winged Amazon parrot Paulie
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Thanks a lot, and your birds too.
I work many hours every day except weekends, but still, i try to dedicate specific time with them.
One good thing is that when i am off home, they keep company to each other from their cages of course i mean.
The senegal and the african grey are the quitest birds i have, th emacaw in general is not very loud or noisy, only when she gets jealous.

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Beautiful birds... The big beaks scare me...lol welcome to the forums!
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welcome to talk parrot you very pretty birds the macaw beak would scare me but i have a grey and he is my baby

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Yes it is scary, she also scares me sometimes when she is angry,because when she gets mad, sh emay bite harder...but they are my beautiful babies.

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A little update on the monster macaw!!!!

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Gorgeous birds
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Thanks,soon i will post more stuff.

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I love macaws! Ive wanted a blue n gold ever since holiday sitting a couple for one of my clients. One day, one day!!!
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Very beautiful birds. Thanks for sharing your photos. How old are they?




DIGBY 4-year-old male Congo African Grey
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Thanks a lot.
The senegal is about 5 moths old, the macaw 5 years old and the african grey 4 years old.

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Ah, okay, so they are all pretty young. Have you had them all since they were babies?




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The senegal yes,since she was 2 months,still handfeeding her.
The macaw and the congo african grey nope....i bought them from the same owner,he had the ad couldnt come up with them anymore,due to economcal crisis is Greece, so i bought them for relatively low price, both of them.

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