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How? (Reply soon) #395921 02/20/10 07:07 PM
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everyone say's that having 2 birds is worse then one, (that is what i heard at leats). and Lovebirds some people say don't get attached easily and some say they do?

my birds let me go eye-to-eye with them and they get a little scared but not much, my birds like each other, but they seem to see each other as a sibling,(Not Bestest Friends), kind of like if you have new parent. your might ignore them for a while or not, it's there decision. just wondering? if my birds who came out of a 24x 12x with 15-20 others then, in my book are they neglecting me or not,

What is your say!

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Re: How? (Reply soon) [Re: JMD98] #395922 02/20/10 07:08 PM
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to Me they Seem like Best Buds But Like me all The same as there friend almost

even though there both birds, to me they aren't neglecting to me?

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Re: How? (Reply soon) [Re: JMD98] #395954 02/21/10 01:59 AM
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If they are accepting of you and are not avoiding you when you want to play with them then your probably right about their relationship to each other and you.

They may be very young still and both will bond with you equally.

I would proceed by finger training them equally at the same time. Let them learn bravery from each other and to trust you equally at the same pace.

You sound like you are doing very well with them.

I would not get them mirrors or fake birdies.

I would put them next to you when you eat and share food with them and talk to them often.

If you do it well you can raise them equally bonded to you before they begin to pair off with each other.

Love birds do prefer to be a pair and they bond and should not be parted afterwards by the way.



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Re: How? (Reply soon) [Re: joandboys] #395978 02/21/10 02:19 PM
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Thanks, for the Advice

Re: How? (Reply soon) [Re: JMD98] #396017 02/21/10 08:42 PM
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sound like a good plan to me... many keets learn by "birdie see-birdie do" method. if one is doing it... others will see all is well and will be more open to trying it. good luck!!


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