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August 17, 2008

Band 198 has gone on to his new home. We miss him, but he has a home with an experienced bird owner who knows how to care for him.

August 13, 2008

Green cheeks love water. Check out these babies playing!

August 11, 2008. Band 198 is flying and buzzing from one head to another in our kitchen. Band 199 is still very babyish and not flying long distances yet. Click here to see Lisa playing with Band 199 in a video. The bird on the right is 199 and the 2 pictures below are of 198. Band 198 was very cuddly in a towel after his bath this morning!

August 4, 2008:

Click here to watch a movie that shows how blue a Turquoise baby is! The picture to the right shows a normal green back next to the 2 Turquoise babies.

 

July 27, 2008!

July 25, 2008

Band 198 is to the right. Band 199 is to the left! These our are FIRST Turquoise babies!!!

July 14, 2008

I will not be taking deposits on the 2 baby Turquoises until July 26th. Sarah and Judy have tentatively reserved them, but these reservations are tentative meaning one or both of these babies may come up as available after the 26th. I also have one other family that is in line for these 2 (Ted and Shana).

 

To the right, meet our very first visual Turquoise baby!!!!!! It is now inside with us and is banded #198.

 

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June  28, 2008

Two babies have hatched under Curious and Blue and are available.

June 22, 2008  This page has been very quiet and I thought we were done for they year for anymore babies. Our temps have been as high as 110-114 for many days in a row. Lo and behold, if a baby did not just hatch under Blue and Curious. I hope this wee bird can make it. I see my pairs get in their water dishes and climb dripping into the nest box to cool off their babies. Amazing creatures. There are misters in their cages, but the nests are warm. I doubt their will be any babies under Fuzzy and Wuzzy. One egg might make it. The others are gone. I do leave up my boxes for the green cheeks year round. They like sleeping in them, and they usually stop themselves from laying when the heat hits. Typically, they lay 2 clutches per year.

May 19, 2008

 Here is a video of Band 181 with some children that were visiting our home.

May 15, 2008

May 12, 2008

Here is video of the baby's morning here in our home. This video has 176 and 179 in it, along with Liberty, the baby ekkie being raised.

May 9, 2008

This is band 175 who is just about ready to go home! He is staying here in AZ!

April 29. 2008

Liberty was so funny about climbing out of her "feeding bucket" and climbing in with the green cheek babies. She doesn't seem to notice that she is a bit bigger.

April 27, 2008

What is the difference between a Cinnamon Green Cheek and a Pineapple Green Cheek? Click here to learn more.

April 25, 2008

Click here to see us feeding these babies!

There is also a Normal looking baby that is split to Turquoise available. The father is Yellow Sided split to turquoise and the mother is a visual Turquoise. The baby HAS to be split to Turquoise and might be split to yellow sided (if it is a male).

 

April 18,2008

Here are the first four babies from  Fuzzy and Wuzzy. Look at the wonderful colors. The face even has red up over the eyes and nose and on the cheeks. WOW!!

 

 

April 16th, 2008

Click here to see a video of two Pineapple Green Cheek Conures getting baths after dinner!

 

April 13, 2008

Fuzzy and Wuzzy are producing babies that are super red. You can see the deep red coming in on this baby!!

 

It looks like Gala and Fuji have 2 Pineapples in their clutch! We brought in their 2 babies and a second one from Fuzzy and Wuzzy!

After banding them all, we prepared dna cards to send in for sexing them.

April 10, 2008

We are feeding 2 of Gala and Fuji's babies. The oldest is a Yellow sided and the next one is a Normal with very unusual coloring.

Next to come inside with us will be babies from Fuzzy and Wuzzy. They have red eyes and pink feet! (left picture). There are 4 babies in that baby pile!

 

To the right is our first baby from Curious and Blue. Blue USED to be paired up with Berry and Curious was with George, but after 2 years of no babies, we split them up and re-paired them.  Blue is a Turquoise and Curious is a Yellow Sided split to turquoise.

 

 

Feb 28, 2008

We will not be looking in Fuzzy and Wuzzy's box with hopes that our lack of intrusion may give them the needed security to raise a clutch.

Fuji and Gala: I cannot candle these eggs to check for fertility for about 2 weeks. Their clutch is unpredictable as far as which mutations are available until the babies feather out somewhat. I will know if there are Cinnamons or Pineapples by the red eyes when I look in the nest box. It is hard for me to promise someone a baby from this clutch until I know what we have.

Feb. 22, 2008

Fuzzy and Wuzzy laid their very first egg.

Fuji and Gala are on 4 eggs and still laying!

Feb, 20, 2008

Fuzzy and Wuzzy are eggnant. They are very red Pineapples and should make stunning babies!

Fuji and Gala are on 3 eggs and laying more daily. They have the potential to make Normals, Cinnamons, Yellow Sideds and Pineapples.

 

 

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