:) [size:11pt][b]With all of those cute photos, you are obviously a proud papa! :cool: Did that cage (fourth picture) come home with Serbie, too? :grin: I’ve never owned a tiel, so I can’t give you advice, but good luck to you! :) [color:#990000]Congratulations[/color] on the addition to your family![/b][/size] :D
The cage, toys and ladders are all mine... I took him back in my small carrying cage that I brought... The owner couldn't keep him because there was a lot of complaints...from his neighbors... But he's great now, with a new "wide" home, new toys and ladders...
I am guessing yes, teils can be very loud from what I have seen and heard and if they want something or someone oh boy!!! I wouldn't suggest them as apartment birds, I personally wouldn't want one either, well maybe if it was partially mute lol. They are so cute though, some have these perfectly round orange cheek patches omgosh sooo cute.
My 4 keets, being right next to the window most of the year, are very loud! so I guess tiels are louder? But people at the other end of the complex tell me they can hear them and they like it. Also I can hear them when I'm downstairs walking Merlin, just chirping and screaming and having a good old time!
I love the sound of my birds. It's very soothing to me, even when I have to turn up the TV!
well, it sounds like the new tiel likes his new home. Good for him.
You just never know what's around the corner.
RIP precious Merlin 7/11/1990-11/17/2009 RIP Tweetylove 5/13/2010 Rest with Merlin
it sounds like you know what you're doing, so that's good i think if you read lisa's info pages on keets you can basically apply them for tiels too but you shoudl do a little more research just in case