|Message:||Bruce, it's basic information, many that vets have and I am aware of at least one conure livig to be 35 years and was still going strong last I heard Byfield wrote:
> (No name) wrote:
> > Howard they, just to add to the note on life spans, it all depends
> > who's hands the bird is in. The more experienced, and the kinder
> > gentler who knows what they are doing is looking at around 50 plus
> > years with a conure, and around 100 for the big boys, 'cckatoos. so
> > think you and your bird are off o a fabulous startwhat Sumner
> I don't know where you got the figure of 50 years for a conure.
> However, it seems far too optimistic for a conure. I had two very
> healthy nandays die at about 29 or 30, and I have never heard of a
> nanday more than a couple of years older than that.
> Possibly, other conures may live longer.