(07-02-2012, 05:17 AM)Kronos Wrote: Those are way too cool! I could only think of having birds like that. I would be way too busy to take care of all them!
I would think it is quite easy to take care of them once you know how to take care of one baby parrot. Since they are the same species of the same age, you can take care them all with the same food and care.
Once they get older, you might want to give away a few. I read some of the comments on this video as well as other videos of the same person, The owner said she had already given away most of the parrots.
Birds can be so amusing and they make very intelligent pets and companions. I don't like my birds having free rein in my home because of the pooping issue. My aunt had a beloved parakeet that was not caged and it pooped EVERYWHERE! I hated sitting anywhere in her home - it looked filthy with all the bird crap, feathers and dander everywhere! YUCK! My Eclectus parrot is allowed to sit out with us on the furniture because he's potty trained - he only lets loose when on his cage or stand. He can hold it a good amount of time, like an hour or so. He'll start getting antsy when he needs to go & we'll take him back to his cage to do his business. The Quaker doesn't much like going into another room, but since she's not potty trained we'll hold a newspaper under her if she does come out with us on occasion.