Key Largo Conch House: Romeo

  Photo by Jamieleigh Location: Lacey, Washington Of: Congo African Grey "Cressi"   I just spend a wonderful seven days vacationing in Key Largo, Florida. While there, I went to eat at the Key Largo Conch House 2-3 times! In the entry way of the restaurant, there is a big white cage. This is Romeo's cage, a 4 year old Congo African Grey parr...
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Freeflight Candidate: Toucans

Photo by www.villatoucan.com Of: Keel Billed Toucan Fiji is my three year old Swainson Toucan and ever since learning and really just diving into the world of freeflight, I've wanted to convert my entire flock over to it! Especially after having much success with my Congo African Grey, Cressi. I have been considering long and hard if I should g...
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Blue Throated Macaws

Photo by Katherine B. Location: Naples, Florida Sibs: Blue Throated Macaws   This is a picture of two blue throated macaw babies. One of which, is mine! I have already picked the name (with the help from Dave) of Jinx (Jinxi for a nickname). The reason for the name comes from the word "jinks" but we wanted to spell it "cooler", hehe. I am very ...
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Freeflight: 3 Year Old Properly Fledged Cockatoo

  Photo by Dave Location: Orlando, Florida Flying: Galah "Bondi"  Bondi is a rose breasted cockatoo also commonly known as a galah in Australia. She is three years old and was bought from her breeder fully flighted and was properly fledged by Dave Womach and I using target training. She is not only an avid flyer but a very skilled flyer. Dave u...
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Are Toucans Cuddly?

Photo by Jamieleigh Location: Reno, Nevada Getting lovin': Swainson Toucan "Meaka" The question I get asked the most about toucans are, "Are they cuddly?" well, I think this picture says it all. This is my Swainson Toucan about a year and a half old at the time. She was always gentle and cuddly and would rub her head against you kind of like ...
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Taking Your Bird on Walks

 Photo by Jamieleigh Location: Orlando, Florida Pictured: Military Macaw "Cash"   Almost every night around 5-6pm, Dave and I have been taking our military macaw, Cash, on walks. There is a gas station about a half mile or more down the road and a sidewalk leading all the way to it. We walk to the gas station and back; stopping in between to ...
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