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  1. Yellowchickenparrot

    Saturday 24th October 2020

    Well I was going to be leaving for a camping trip in Wales 2mro night but obviously that's all gone down the pan now. We are going to still take the kids out for a night sleeping in the caravan somewhere more local just for the excitement of being away in the van. Sorry your feeling crap dizzy.
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    Getting a new parrot

    Yes there are unfortunately hundreds of birds in rescue charities and the RSPCA. I have one parrot I bought and one from a rescue.
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    Getting a new parrot

    Don’t jump at anything, you would want to see the bird and it’s living conditions and possibly its temperament before buying.
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    Some help please !

    Can’t add to the above apart from my gosh sun conures are crazy loud I know a friend with one and we can’t talk if she goes off on one.
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    Aggressive 6 Month Old Kakariki

    O gosh yes I did have a very aggressive kak, I couldn’t say I managed to achieve any difference in his behaviour sadly but did find some things that he loved and Helped used up lots of that hormonal energy. * A bit of apple tree brach with some leaves on (scrubbed) washed. * chillies & peppers...
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    Aberfan disaster

    O gosh how terrible.
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    Aberfan disaster

    Was that some sort of mud slide or something?
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    Unlucky for some but.....

    Lovely pic
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    Steam Thread (boring)

    The brass sheet is fairly hard to cut with a hacksaw as it's thin and bendy. You can do it just about in a vice if your carful and use a fine blade. I have a metal guillotine which will cut up to 2mm sheet. To solder brass you can use normal soft solder with a small blow torch to get a good run...
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    New and Bird-less

    Hi and welcome
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    Steam Thread (boring)

    Thank you
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    Steam Thread (boring)

    You got the mad bit right
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    Steam Thread (boring)

    Thanks, I must be mad to try and make these things.
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    Steam Thread (boring)

    Well this is proving to be a time consuming project
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    Happy Gotcha Day

    Ha ha brilliant
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    Monday 12 October

    Omg
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    Any one made their own cage ?

    They don't make good cages anymore, most cages are made to last 3 to 5 years then they want you to buy another one. If you do want a fancy cage that will last they are like £1500+ because you are paying for good quality metals that will last. I use to do a fair bit of welding and found welding...
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    Any one made their own cage ?

    I would say food grade or marine grade would be best
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    Tomsmum Birthday Memories

    Missing you Jude
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    Any one made their own cage ?

    Stainless comes in loads of different grades and loads of different hardnesses. It's also difficult to weld
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