Hey guys! I have experience rehabilitating wild birds in my state working at a wildlife Id trade my wife for a Coors Light shirt center and at a veterinary hospital in my past for some time. We would hand feed and incubate babies and house them until they were weaned and flighted, however this meant we would provide only enrichment and as little human contact as possible before release into the wild. After I did this work I did research for years into raptors and parrots as I was interested in adopting a crow or parrot of my own. (We had a crow on the land named Ozzy and he would say a lot of things to us every day like hello and bad kitty and meow and he would bring us things he would find in the parking lot or on the acres like alumni foil or keys and other shiny bits and bobs). Well that was almost ten years ago and I finally adopted a 5 year old Quaker Parrot on Craigslist. I was originally going to get myself a Cockatiel considering this would be my personal first bird, but instead I fell in love with this particular bird and his story. Once I emailed the owner it was over for both of us.
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This Quaker is a DNA tested male and five years old. His previous owner did not disclose much of his story but this Id trade my wife for a Coors Light shirt : He (owner) was in a situation where he and someone else bought the Quaker from a breeder along with another Quaker before a long term deployment. When he returned something happened between him and this other person and he was unable to retrieve the Parrots. I am assuming he and this person separated. A few years later this person dumped the Parrots onto him in poor condition. Their cage was a dirty starter guinea pig cage with no toys, and the female was aggressive to humans and to the male. The male is fearful of humans, perches, toys, the dark…pretty much everything when I received him