Senegal, African Grey, and Amazon
Posted 16 February 2011 - 03:46 PM
I have no let any of the birds get close to each other except for the African Grey and the Senegal. At first it was far apart..just so they could look at each other. Then beak to beak for a few SECONDS. Today they've gotten closer beak to beak..but only for a few more seconds. I've never seen different types of birds together so I'm not sure how it'll work with them all getting along eventually.
During the few seconds the AG and Sennie are together they use their beaks and it looks like they are gently play fighting...like sword fighting almost? I don't know how to describe it. It looks like it could get rough though...but I'm not sure how to let them get together because I'm too nervous.
Is it possible for them to eventually be able to be together on say...the same play stand?
The Amazon has been near the Senegal's cage and the Senegal will go into attack mode. It's funny, but not how I want them to interact. They are all in the same room together with their own cages, so they know of each other, hear each other, and see each other, they just aren't together and we are still all getting used to each other.
Posted 03 March 2011 - 11:43 PM
Though every bird is different, I’ve heard many more stories of Sennies not playing well with others as compared to sharing space peacefully. Many Sennies have been reported to have bitten the nails or toes off another companion parrot who ventured onto their cage while they were in it.
As you can probably tell, I think that allowing these birds to interact may not be the safest and healthiest path to follow.
Good luck if you choose to allow your birds to interact.
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