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I can't believe I shared no pics of her? She's been here since the 13th. She talks & everything, is so sweet & not loud. Still in quarintine but here are some pics of her.













She was playing with a fluff. lmaoooooo



And her cage, she loves it & so do I!!
 

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:lovehearts: So cute! I worked with one once, he was snuggly, but boy did he have a little attitude! Everything had to be on his terms and he was beaky, but not overly aggressive or nippy, just bossy. I loved the little dude :giggle:

You need to add peaches to your siggy!
 

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Beautiful little guy! Hehe playing with the fluff xD
 

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He is a cutie. I've never had one, but I know some folks who have one. It dances to music and is so sweet.
 

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She's totally sweet & so smart. I wish I could make out some of the sentences she said but the breeder must of used certain words with her as I can't quite catch a lot of what she's saying but she's saying it. I love tude. LOL!! But she's sweet as pie, loving, does kissy poos....so so smart!!

Just ask me in another month Jenny when we're off the honeymoon phase. haha!!
 

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Beautiful bird! Do conures get along with other birds? I was thinking of a conure before I fell in love with my little Belle who is a Meyer's.
 

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Tracy,
Conures flock with other species in the wild. Meyers do not. I'd be more worried that Belle would want to hurt other birds than that a conure would want to hurt Belle, but you never know how any two birds will react to one another, even two birds of opposite sex of the same species.

Roni, my senegal, has never been allowed to come into physical contact with any of my other birds because I have always believed she would hurt them. Nevertheless, her life is enriched by having the other birds in the home. They interact with one another from afar, and she loves to imitate everyone else. I am seriously considering allowing Roni and Ashlynn, my baby grey, to interact, because they don't seem to be the least bit antagonistic toward one another, and whenever Ashlynn flies over while I'm playing with Roni, Roni doesn't even get upset. However, I'll be right there to intervene.

My particular conure and senegal do not like one another, but they don't fight.
 

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Always take anything I say with a grain of salt, not because I would purposefully mislead anyone, but because birds always like to keep us guessing, and no bird fits its species "profile" 100%.

I really do encourange you to keep considering getting a conure, too. I love conures. They are great companions, and I think they are highly underrated. Unfortunately, as a general rule, the loudest species of conures are also known to be the sweetest in personality. They are all entertaining.
 

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Beautiful conure and I love your cage. I love conures and feel in love with a peach front at a bird show, but held myself back and left without him.
 
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