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Date:9/30/2014 10:07:46 PM
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Hi Ollie, Connie, and Sammy!
Thanks for stopping by Tulia's page! :) So I've started researching parrot rescue and adoption in hopes of giving an unwanted parrot a second chance in a very loving home. Do you had any thoughts on what types of parrots would get along well with a Poicephalus? How do all of your birds get along? Tulia is an only bird right now, so I want to make sure I choose a bird that will get along well with her. I've been reading a lot about the process but would love to hear first-hand how different species of parrots interact and how you've successfully added an additional bird/birds to the flock. Let me know if you ever get a chance, or just swing by and say hi sometime again :)
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