When you're owned by a Parrotlet, they think they get a voice in everything going on in house.

Dill wanted white lights, but Jill wanted blue.

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Nice shot Dave, just please watch that beak and them there wires. We had to opt out of a traditional tree this year as I have eight (three visual Blue and five normal Green) Pacifics just ready to wean and starting to fly. Been there done that, am not chasing little green and blue monsters through the tree again. LOL. Have a good one one and all.

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Nice shot Dave, just please watch that beak and them there wires. We had to opt out of a traditional ... am not chasing little green and blue monsters through the tree again. LOL. Have a good one one and all.

I hear you on the wires thing.
In reality, Dill is a pretty timid Green-Rumped who doesn't want anything to do with the tree. I swear, he is the most laid-back P'let I've ever seen. I had to place him there to get a picture and to see his reaction. He bolted from the tree in short order, and hasn't been there since. When he is out of his cage, he usually wants to sit in my hand or on my shoulder. I keep a sharp eye on him when he decides to do a bit of flying, and the tree lights are usually off when he is out and about.

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Grumps are super mellow compared to the Pacifics for sure. Any beak trim difficulties? Some Grumps need beak work. Is he talking to you all? The ONLY parrotlet "I" ever heard speak was a male Grump-in the tiniest little voice, he would inform the world that he was a "pretty bird".

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Grumps are super mellow compared to the Pacifics for sure. Any beak trim difficulties? Some Grumps need beak work. Is ... speak was a male Grump-in the tiniest little voice, he would inform the world that he was a "pretty bird".

No beak problems at all. I keep an eye on it, but no problems. This is one of Darlene Fitchett's, and I think she has been watchful of the breeding stock she uses. As to voice, it is a real funny thing. Dill is developing a vocabulary but most often vocalizes when there's other stuff going on around him. So far he says "Beam me up, Scotty", "What's up, Doc", "I'm the boss", "Hello, sweetie", "Merry Christmas", "Up", "That's Enough", "No, no", and something that sounds like "More, please". He also says and plays "peek-a-boo" he perches on my index finger, and I use my other hand to create a wall between him and me. Wen I move my hand down he'll say "Peek-a-boo". That was the first thing I spent time teaching him when I first got him.
I love these little guys.

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Darlene is a sweetie, not breeding at the time and living where it is really warm, yeah she helped me get some Mexican Parrotlets some years back.

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When you're owned by a Parrotlet, they think they get a voice in everything going on in house. Dill wanted white lights, but Jill wanted blue.

Every cockatiel I've had were scared of Christmas trees.
Grumps are super mellow compared to the Pacifics for sure. ... would inform the world that he was a "pretty bird".

No beak problems at all. I keep an eye on it, but no problems. This is one of Darlene Fitchett's, ... first thing I spent time teaching him when I first got him. I love these little guys. Dave www.davebbq.com

Sounds like a little doll all right. Must be a hell of a lot of fun.
"Everything in excess! To enjoy the flavor of life, take big bites. Moderation is for monks."
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Sounds like a little doll all right. Must be a hell of a lot of fun.

It is. :-)

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