Blue-fronted amazon parrot — Синьолобий амазон

Blue-fronted amazon parrot — Синьолобий амазон

Parrot / Amazon Blue Front (Blue fronted amazon) for sale at Dyrarikið (Animal Kingdom) – http://www.dyrarikid.is/ Holtagarðar, Reykjavik, Iceland. It is South American species of amazon parrot and one of the most common amazon parrots kept in captivity as a pet or companion parrot. The range of the blue-fronted amazon extends over eastern and northern Bolivia, eastern Brazil, Paraguay and northern Argentina. It is found in forests (though generally avoids extensive humid forests such as the Amazon), woodland, savanna and palm groves.

Tamed Amazon Parrot Species trained for sale

Tamed Amazon Parrot Species trained for sale

Botanic Garden Parrots Aviary, we are specialized breeders of hybrid and pure breed Double Yellow Amazons and other parrots pet birds, all our Amazon parrots are hand raise coming with a free cage , they are vet tested and will comes with up to date health records. So if interested get to us with your email address and phone Numbers . Here are some of the Pet Amazon birds we have available,
-Blue Fronted Amazon
-Double yellow head Amazon
-Lilac Amazon
-Yellow Nape Amazon
-Blue crown Amazon
-Orange wing amazons
-Red-lored amazons
-White front amazons
Interested Buyers can as well get back for the list of fertile eggs .We sell both national and international. Contact us directly at botanicalgardenparrotsaviary@webgarden.com Skype / aviculturist.abbo / http://botanicalgardenparrotsaviary.webgarden.com/

Talking bluefront amazon Parrot for sale

Talking bluefront amazon Parrot for sale

For sale $800. Bluefronted amazon female talking, this girl is for sale, she is special, talks, sings, laughs,speaks Spanish, she was going to be a breeder, but she has no interest in breeding and she wants to be a household companion, she is perfect for a person or family to get a great talker, she is not tame as she was going to be a breeder, but she is very nice, loves to be on the playgym, and just loves to be around people, she talks all the time and learning new stuff each day it seems, with a little love and work and acceptance she would be a perfect starter bird for the right person and or family,
www.royalbirdcompany.com. 704-735-8601

Amazon Parrot Singing Happy Birthday and Laughing! | Ali from Parrot Partner Canada

Amazon Parrot Singing Happy Birthday and Laughing! | Ali from Parrot Partner Canada

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WHAT’S WRONG WITH MY AMAZON PARROT!!??!!

WHAT’S WRONG WITH MY AMAZON PARROT!!??!!

This is our 37yr old Double Yellow Headed Amazon male beside our 10 year old timneh African Grey female, having what I thought was some sort
Of stress reaction or medical issue, until I researched & found that it might be a breeding thing?????
We adopted them from a couple where the man needs a lung transplant, otherwise they’d never have needed a new home.
The 1st owner had the Both since hatchlings, & the parrots have been together since the Grey hatched, so there was zero chance we’d ever separate them. The couple we got them from took them after the original owner passed away,& as I said had to rehome over medical issues.
I had a parrot as a teen? Have worked as a vet tech as a young adult for years, but have never seen this behavior with parrots as I never had more than just the 1 long ago.
According to vet records the amazon (Gabby) is male,& out grey (Pepper) a female, but I’m thinking new blood tests may be in order.
If any of you have suggestions/advice plz give it. Thank you for you’re time & willingness to help out.