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Brown-throated Conure

Overall satisfaction

3/5

Acquired:

Gender: Male

Appearance

0/5

Friendly with owner

0/5

Friendly with family

0/5

Trainability

0/5

ActivityLevel

0/5

Song-vocal quality

0/5

Mimics sounds-words

0/5

Health

0/5

Easy to feed

0/5

Easy to clean and maintain habitat

0/5

Underwhelming, overall, for me

By

Texas, United States

Posted Nov 17, 2008

These two were just very, very quiet little conures.  They didn't do anything particularly special.  They didn't imitate any speech sounds.  They never indicated any interest in becoming a more involved companion bird.

They are said to be very difficult to locate in captivity.  I could not tell you whether that is true or not; however, if their actions were any indication that it is true, i would surmise that it might be because they were as interesting as watching paint dry.

Sorry - just didn't have a memorable time with these guys - either good or bad - it's like they were in neutral ALL the time.

Having said all of that, i am comfortable saying that these might actually be very good traits in a conure.  Considering the traits they exhibited and considering what they might have been like as well socialized, well trained baby birds, they might very well make an awesome little companion conure without nearly so much of the noise typically associated with the conure.

Yeah, i can easily see that!

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