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I've taught most of my parrots to go into another room if I'm trying towatch TV etc. I either have to say "out!" or point at the door.

OUT!
And not just loud they never stop! I have a BCC.

What the hell are you doing wrong?

Stevie
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.

You mean that you gave up.

Stevie
Not

I gave in. I use headphones.

You mean that you gave up.

It means the same thing you sad pedant.

Does the Little Mermaid wear an algebra?
And not just loud they never stop! I have a BCC.

What the hell are you doing wrong?

Never known anyone with a quiet conure!

Come to think of it, there are already a million monkeys on a million typewriters, and Usenet is nothing like Shakespeare
Boo Boo is a handraised, social Blue Crown Conure and he is the least noisy of the house birds. He does talk but primarily human.

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You mean that you gave up.

It means the same thing you sad pedant.

No it doesn't.

Steve
What the hell are you doing wrong?

Never known anyone with a quiet conure!

I have a few of them.
My bcc was wild caught and he is the quietest of my conures. He tells the birds to shut up when it gets a littley noisey. I also have a sun conure who was given up by it's previous owner because it was too noisey too often who quickly learned that his screaming was accomplishing nothing and that not making noise was what brought attention to him. My gcc and my black capped are even quieter. I only notice them being noisy about twice a week each.

Conures or any bird can be loud, but it shouldn't be for more than a few minutes a couple of times a day. It's very rare that mine go off for more than five minutes.

Steve
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