Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by MandersPanders, Apr 16, 2018.
I am new to this forum I have 2 Scaly breast Lorikeets and love them both heaps
Hello and it's great to have you join us. Would you mind showing us some pics of your birds - we love pics! Have they names?
from me too, yes do show us some photos and tell us more about your lovely birds.
Hiya and welcome to the forum Beautiful birds you have there.
Welcome, how lovely, tell us more.
, tell us more!
Hello and welcome
Hello and welcome I would love to hear more about your Lorikeets
Hi and to the forum.we are based n the U.K. but have Members right across the Globe.
Welcome to the forum.
Yes, we want to know lots more about your two beautiful Lorikeets!
Hi, Sorry for not replying sooner I have been busy at work if anyone knows the best thing to cover a cage to help with their projectile missiles that would be awesome, They are Scaly-Breasted Lorikeets this is
I have gotten them about a month ago and we are based in Australia, Ozzy has been sexed and She is a Female and Leprechaun is unsexed at the moment, The previous owners only tamed Ozzy slightly as she is still quite young.
Here are some different pics
Right after taking this adorable pic Leprechaun turned around and projectiles pooped on me lol
Well I guess that is a bit of an issue with Lorikeets because of their diet!
To protect walls, acrylic or pvc sheet screwed or hung on hooks.
Some people use shower curtains to protect walls and furniture as they can be easily washed, or bed sheets or dust covers.
Yes the use of a scenic shower curtain can create a pleasant backdrop such as tropical beach scene. Guess they are not keen on being photographed LOL.
I sometimes look after a couple of Rainbow and a Dusky for the owners when they go on holiday and the rainbows have the best aim once in the eye and once in the mouth. I use a plastic sheet pined to the wall while they are with me. but if I had them for a longer time then a pvc sheet would be better. love the photos they are lovely
They are beautiful!! Love the natural perches in their cage too.
Thanks everyone and no when I try to photograph they run away haha sometimes they stand still when I want photos
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