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Date:9/23/2014 7:44:35 PM
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Welcome to BC RITZ
What a handsome Scarlet you are. I'm partial to red-headed birds myself LOL. Your Mom will have a lot of fun with you as you two get to know one another. Too bad you had been bumped from home to home. Like all Macaws people think we are beautiful and they have to own one only to find out we are loud at times, have huge. messy poops, and yes, bite sometimes.
It seems common to see MALE Macaws in rescues because during spring we can become extremely hormonal, bite, scream, chew like a beaver etc. Several rescues in the USA I interviewed have a LOT of us there.
When Momma gets you home she needs to start working with you right away. If she gives you a few hours to look around your new cage/home then invites you out to be with her the bond will grow from there.
People think because I scream when I go to step-up that I am vicious. NOPE, I am eggcited. Hope you and I can become good pals.
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