male and female grey moving in together

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male and female grey moving in together

Post by fredaroberts » Tue Nov 01, 2016 9:40 am

Hello, again, advice needed, I have two greys, male is around 11 and female 4, they have a huge cage, which is separated by a gridded partition that can be removed, they often have kisses. I would like at some point to be able to take out the separation? I don't want to risk any injury to either of them, the male is obviously adult and larger than the female, he is a very nosey bird and loves to get in her part if they are let out, she is rather shy but seems to adore him and is his copy cat. Once when kissing I think he bit her tongue and there was a bit of blood involved, I don't want either to be injured, has anyone experienced this sort of situation and what were the outcomes, I am not aiming to breed, if it happed I would adore it but have read that its highly unlikely as they are house birds?
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Re: male and female grey moving in together

Post by geoffrey3 » Tue Nov 08, 2016 11:04 am

why not leave it has it is has the parrots will show if and when they ready to be in together

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Re: male and female grey moving in together

Post by montyp » Tue Jan 31, 2017 7:11 pm

what i think you should do is put them in a cage and surroundings that bouth dont know

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