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I own a six month old quaker n would like a connur i hav e
been told if i house the birds in the same room they will be difficult to train.....any insight on this
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If you train them in a different room separatly then it should be ok.
And housing in the same room means they will have each others company.

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I can't imagine what difference it would make. I have 5 conures, 1 lory and a cockatiel in one of my rooms and they do just fine together

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