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Quaker Parrots

I have two quakers. They’re all under a year old. Quakers genders are unknown. With a heavy heart I’m rehoming my birds due to health issues. My doctors strongly recommended me to get find new homes for them because my asthma and lungs have gotten worse over the last couple of months. My Quakers both have different personalities, but both like to dance and enjoy being the center of attention. I haven’t been bitten by them and they like to play outside their cage during the day. They always get fresh water and veggies chop in morning and get outside cage time for a few hours each day. I keep the birds separate and they don’t interact with each other so rehoming them separately won’t be an issue. Please keep in mind that Quakers are very loud birds and they may seem quiet at first but they have their loud moments. Bonding with them won’t be an issue as long as you put in the work and effort. They will each come with their favorite toys and a bag of their food that they are currently eating. If you want the cage included when getting the Quaker then we can discuss about it, also there will be a rehoming fee. Please have knowledge and experience on owning a bird and tell me a little about yourself. If you have any questions or are interested message me.

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