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Date:10/22/2014 2:42:58 PM
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Hi from Lucky
Mommy has got new birds and I never had a problem with them.but it was never another macaw. You do know that having two species of the same kind will be more noisey they will yell to each other.If you have them to close together they can even bond to each other.even if they are the same sex they can bond But being the same sex also they might not bond .Depends on the bird and how it's handled. If you are ready to handle the noise when the baby gets older and they start to talk to each other It souldn't be a problem having two of you.The only other thing is to watch out for birdy diseases.Keep them seperate till you take the baby to vet to get tested for any diseases.After the tests come out okay then you can take the baby out of quarantine and then you can have them around each other to get used to each other.But not to close since you don't want the baby getting hurt.I'm a breeder so I just want to stress the fact that you can never me to careful when it comes to diseases.They can spread quickly from one bird to another.Lucky.Ps.Heres a vote for you to.
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