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Date:7/26/2014 11:24:44 AM
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Hi from Sonny (Harley )
Thank-you for stopping by . To answer your questions,
I clean the bird rooms every other day becouse of dust, feathers and seed.As for getting along with each other the only one that likes to be out by her self is Matilda (my sulpher crested cockatoo). I only had my macaw for a week now so he is just going to go in the bird room.So i don't know if the african and amazon will like him or not.They will probebly be scared of him but they have heard him for a week now.Haveing large birds all in one house can get noisey but they are all treated the same and i wouldn't have it any other way.They are a joy to have around and my husband don't mind them. He has his cockatiel(coco) to keep him company.We changed our macaws name to "Harley" becouse thats what he keeps saying "lol".stop by again sometime. Here's a vote.
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