Then there were two. in Bittersweet

  • May 16, 2021, 9:55 a.m.
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I fully admit i go off the deep end regularly. When i do stuff. I dive in haha.
So meet nameless two.
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DNA test pending, we wont name till we know. But based on internet search. The green is a male and the grey is a female.

They were born 2/17 and 2/18 :)
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music & dogs & wine May 16, 2021

Love that gray color!! Very sweet :)

ChainedChrysalis music & dogs & wine ⋅ May 16, 2021

Its got yellowy green on its wings and head has a green tinge. They say its grey green violet mutation on its paperwork. We will see when it molts into adulthood haha. :D

Dana by Night May 16, 2021

they are conspiring

ChainedChrysalis Dana by Night ⋅ May 16, 2021

three birds in three days? yes indeed haha.

Deleted user May 16, 2021

So pretty! 🐦🦜

ChainedChrysalis Deleted user ⋅ May 16, 2021

Yes they are!! Im so excited.

Lis May 16, 2021

gorgeous! xx

Small Town Girl May 16, 2021

Oh I didn't realize you were getting two!!

ChainedChrysalis Small Town Girl ⋅ May 17, 2021

I wasnt. We got the one, and then after a few hours my husband asked if they had any more. I called and they had a greyy. So i came and got it.v

Small Town Girl ChainedChrysalis ⋅ May 17, 2021

They do better in pairs.

ChainedChrysalis Small Town Girl ⋅ May 18, 2021

Ive heard it both ways. So far the female is letting us touch her a bit more. The green is flying away, BUT is stepping up when i catch up to him. So im really HAPPY with progress.

Jinn May 16, 2021


Jinn May 16, 2021

You will have to make a concentrated effort to handle both of them a lot or otherwise they will just bond to each other and not humans.
What is the third bird ?

ChainedChrysalis Jinn ⋅ May 17, 2021

a cockatiel its across the room.
Oh we are handling them a lot :) Ok getting bit a lot haha. Im offering pear for not biting me. Seems to be working. Its the grey's favorite.

Jinn ChainedChrysalis ⋅ May 17, 2021

Good. They are gorgeous birds.

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