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If he does look for a new home for his bird, I'd strongly suggest hecontact a local bird club which will usually have a bird adoption program. Bestway to find a new home for a bird. Dave

Another very good point. If you need to find another home for a bird you need to try to make sure the next home will be a good one, so the bird does not get bounced from one home to another.

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Hi. I have a mail cockateil who is 4 months old. He is the first bird I have owned. He ... think of why he is being so noisy? Any recomendations to calm him down? Any response would be greatly appreciated

Get used to it. Why do you suppose they're called cockasqueals? Emotion: wink

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Hi. I have a mail cockateil who is 4 months ... to calm him down? Any response would be greatly appreciated

Get used to it. Why do you suppose they're called cockasqueals? Emotion: wink

You haven't heard a conure :-) They are loud enough to make your ears ring. Louder than sitting next to the speakers at a disco breaking noise regulations (seriously!)

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Get used to it. Why do you suppose they're called cockasqueals? Emotion: wink

You haven't heard a conure :-) They are loud enough to make your earsring. Louder than sitting next to the speakers at a disco breaking noise regulations (seriously!)

And not just loud they never stop! I have a BCC. But my eclectus is much louder. Luckily, she seldom screeches. If you are lucky, you'll hear her talking or singing very quietly when she thinks she's alone.

Karen
You haven't heard a conure :-) They are loud enough to make your ears

ring. Louder than sitting next to the speakers at a disco breaking noise regulations (seriously!) And not just loud ... she seldom screeches. If you are lucky, you'll hear her talking or singing very quietly when she thinks she's alone.

I've trained my conures to fly into another room by pointing at the door.

Maybe . . .
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ring. Louder than sitting next to the speakers at a ... talking or singing very quietly when she thinks she's alone.

I've trained my conures to fly into another room by pointing at the door.

So what's your point? Even from another room his racket is ear splitting. K
lot. for is noise much

I've trained my conures to fly into another room by pointing at the door.

So what's your point? Even from another room his racket is ear splitting.

I'd say it's 4 times worse when in the same room. For example I can understand the words on the TV when they're shrieking in another room. Not if they are in here though.

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lot. for is noise much So what's your point? Even from another room his racket is earsplitting.

I'd say it's 4 times worse when in the same room. For example I canunderstand the words on the TV when they're shrieking in another room. Not if they are in here though.

Hehehehe. Small blessings, eh?
K
ears is her door. splitting.

I'd say it's 4 times worse when in the same room. For example I can

understand the words on the TV when they're shrieking in another room. Not if they are in here though. Hehehehe. Small blessings, eh?

I gave in. I use headphones.

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