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Date:9/23/2014 4:22:46 PM
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Yay your all better!!!
Glad to hear you are feeling all better! Hmmm so you want to know about Amazons huh? Well mom could really go on here so... I'll try to keep it under novel length. You said 1 1/2 right? Orange wing amazons are a mid sized Amazon ranging anywere betweet 13-14 inches long. They can be confused with BFA because of the similar facial coloring. However OWA have a horn colored patterning to their beak, while the BFA beak is all black. Like most other Amazons they can be noisy although they are usually considerd quieter than DYH, YN, and BFA. However keep in mind there are always exceptions :) It is very important to train Amazons at an early age and to be consistent with them. We do best with owners who know how to be the head of the flock, otherwise we will take control (and that can include biting ;P ). A healthy diet is also important. Mom feeds me a variety of foods consisting of pellets, fresh fuits and veggies, healthy "people" foods, and a little bit of seed/nut mix (usually saved for training sessions). We Amazons love our food and if not monitered we tend to get a bit chunky :) Um, I guess I'll stop here, I don't want to overwhelm you! Have your mom ask the pet store owner lots of questions! I'll ttyl. Let me know if you want to know anything else. I'll try and help where I can.

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