A Blue Fronted Amazon – born in 1980.
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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.