Nanday Conure Forum

Message #2779. This is a followup to #2778.

Name:(No name)
Date:Sunday March 20, 2005 12:40:19 pm MST
Subject:Re: Winston is so calm
Message:Hi Jacque,

He might just be a calm bird, settling into his new routine, or he might be sick. Some birds are quiet at first until they are comfortable in their surroundings. The best thing to do is to take him to an avian vet and get a full exam done.

I volunteer for a rescue org and take quite a few fosters into my home. My experience is usually that if they are too quiet and sweet, there is usually a reason for it and a vet visit (important that it is an AVIAN vet) uncovers the reason. I know they are feeling better when they start getting fiesty again :) Better to take him to the vet and be safe.

Good luck with him!

Pam & Piki

Jacque & Wolf wrote:
> My daughter bought Winston from a pet store. She gave him to me
> because she did not have time to fool with him. I love him dearly. I
> am just worried because he seems to be to calm. He can open his cage
> but does not play with any toys. He eats well and his droppings look
> normal. What Winston prefers to do is sit on my chest and have me
> scratch him all the time. He yells occasionally but not like Sherbert
> who is a Sun Conure. He is very content just relaxing on my chest all
> evening. Is this normal? The pet store told my daughter he was 9
> months old but he was not banded. Do you think he is just an old
> bird?

This is the last message in this thread.   Previous   message in this thread

Previous thread   |   Next thread

Previous   |   Next   message by date

   

Register or Login (optional)

Help   |   Message index   |   Search

Home  |  Contact  |  Galleries  |  Forum  |  Nanday Pages  |  Links  |  Rasky  |  Store

Google