Welcome everyone New Members!
Posted 14 September 2008 - 08:07 PM
I'm Samantha and I live in Northern Ontario with 2 Fischer Lovebirds, and am looking forward to getting a Blue and Gold at a future date. I love all animals, I've bred and shown dogs (whippets and collies) for 30 years, and have 3 whippets and 2 collies, but am no longer breeding. I look forward to reading and learning on this board.
Lauralbriar Reg'd. Whippets
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Posted 27 October 2008 - 03:38 PM
p.s...I'm not the best ever on computers, don't know exactly where I should post this question: I have a small terrarium with a tiny green snake in the room that I plan to keep Jazz's cage in. I read something about heat lamp fumes being toxic? is that all heat lamps? its just a regular lamp with a red bulb put in to keep the snake warm. How do I know if it's a toxic one or not?
thanks so much and sorry for my question-posting-dumbness :-o
Posted 30 October 2008 - 08:05 PM
This board has been an outstanding resource for information and I review it every day. Thanks to all and good luck with your FIDs. Here's a current picture of Keiki.
Posted 03 November 2008 - 01:31 AM
I'm Mara and I'm in NH. We used to have quite a feathered flock - 3 lovebirds, an amazon, a conure, and an cockatoo. Most were rescues, and they passed from old age. We're down to the Elenora cockatoo, Phoenix.
We also have a cat and two dogs, a toddler, and I'm expecting my 2nd. DH and I both work full time, so I'm looking around to try to find ways to integrate Phoenix into our daily lives more. He's lonely now that his flock has passed away, and I need to find a way to give him more attention ( then why am I on the computer?). I'm afraid with the new baby we may have to rehome, and am trying to find solutions that will keep that from happening!
Posted 04 November 2008 - 07:05 AM
My name is Racheal, and I am new to this site. Thanks for having me. I have been trying to learn all there is to know about macaws. I had the joy of baby sitting 2 babies, about 5 days old and 12 days old. I have experience with hand feeding, and am not too apprehensive about it, and am doing ok. But I figured that this site might answer some questions. Thanks, Racheal
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Posted 25 November 2008 - 05:27 PM
Long story short...meet my wonderful little buddy, Cicero!
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Posted 14 December 2008 - 06:04 PM
"I'm sorry, I had better things to do... in my head.":confused:
Posted 16 December 2008 - 07:06 PM
I am a new member, just wanted to say "HI". Our family has just adpoted 2 Sun Conures, male and female, ages 5 and 7. We have only had them for 5 days and I have to say they are not as horrible at biting as we were told. I have read a lot in these forums and will take all the advice I can get on them. I'm so glad there is a place to talk about these beautiful feathered friends.
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