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McCaille <email address not displayed>
McCaille wrote on the Nanday Conure Forum message board: > Hi There. My fiance and I have been considering getting a Nanday > Conure. We have been trying to decide for several months what type of > bird we would like to get and fell in love with an adorable young > Nanday at a local pet store. > > I hate to jump into something without having any real information so I > thought I would post here and attempt to get some information before > we try to get him/her. > > What type of feed is appropriate for a Nanday? Brand? I know a > pelleted feed is appropriate opposed to a seed diet. Is there any > specific fruits and veggies they should not be fed? We have a cage > already it is 24x24x32 will this be an adequate size for a single > conure? What is appropriate to use for hand feeding a conure? (He's > still being hand fed, but I am still curious) Is it a pre made formula > you just add water to or is it a specific mixture that should be made > fresh? How long are conures generally hand fed for? (We've were told > it could be anywhere from 3-7 weeks before the one we're looking at > could be ready kind of seems like a rather large span of time) Is my > understanding correct that Conures can possibly learn to talk a bit, > but very limited and not very well? Is there a certain temperature > range that is appropriate for keeping a conure? > > I'm horrible at thinking of questions, I can never think of them > before hand, and would prefer to learn as much as possible so I'm not > scrambling to find out as something should occur. > > We own chinchillas, so we're looking for a companion to spend time > with during the daytime while the chins are asleep. > > Any other information or advice that can be offered is much > appreciated!
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