• My parents won't let me get a bird (Green Cheek Conure)?

    I have written countless letter and given so many presentations to my parents about owning Green Cheek Conure. Whenever I talk to them about it, they come up with an excuse as to why I can’t get one. When I tell them how I would solve it, they just change the subject or come up with another reason I can’t have one.... show more
    I have written countless letter and given so many presentations to my parents about owning Green Cheek Conure. Whenever I talk to them about it, they come up with an excuse as to why I can’t get one. When I tell them how I would solve it, they just change the subject or come up with another reason I can’t have one. I’m so tired of not getting anywhere with them. I’ve done so much just to try and get them to look at letting me buy a bird, I don’t want to give up now. Please help me, I’m desperate. Other things I have done to persuade them: -Did research about birds -Wrote out all the costs and how I would pay for them -Saved an extra $500 for any unexpected medical costs -Showed them how I would find time for the bird in my schedule (without it interfering with school and sports) -Showed them that I can clean up messes by cleaning the house without being asked -I’ve been doing extra chores for the past six months -I am constantly the number one person who takes care of my dog and trains him -Took my parents to the pet store and talked with an experienced bird owner -Showed them the bird that I wanted and explained it’s personality ad how I would train and take care of it. -Explained the benefits of owning a bird
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • It makes me maaad?

    why do pigeons poop on the streets, cars, people, floor , houses, when they have forests, and all of that wildlife? it makes me mad, just want the to go instinct
    why do pigeons poop on the streets, cars, people, floor , houses, when they have forests, and all of that wildlife? it makes me mad, just want the to go instinct
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it true that yougurt is bad for you?

    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • Should i try to talk my neighbor out of using birdfeeders as bait to shoot birds?

    it makes me sad whenever i see him shooting birds with his pellet gun just because they were hungry. he literally told me that the only reason he got the bird feeders was to shoot birds should i just let him do his thing?
    it makes me sad whenever i see him shooting birds with his pellet gun just because they were hungry. he literally told me that the only reason he got the bird feeders was to shoot birds should i just let him do his thing?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is my budgie chirping?

    I got a new budgie today for some reason it's chirping is it bored how do i entertain it
    I got a new budgie today for some reason it's chirping is it bored how do i entertain it
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do birds go to bed?

    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is my bird a female or male?

    My green budgie has a dark blue cere, but has dull feathers like a female, and I cant tell whether to say its a girl or boy. (If anybody didn t know females have dull feather colors, and males have bright feathers)
    My green budgie has a dark blue cere, but has dull feathers like a female, and I cant tell whether to say its a girl or boy. (If anybody didn t know females have dull feather colors, and males have bright feathers)
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • My budgie wont eat any seeds or drink water why?

    It's a New budgie i got it today
    It's a New budgie i got it today
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is a cockatiel a parrot?

    Best answer: No....The cockatiel is the only member of the genus Nymphicus. It was previously considered a crested parrot or small cockatoo; however, more recent molecular studies have assigned it to its own subfamily, Nymphicinae. It is, therefore, now classified as the smallest of the Cacatuidae (cockatoo family). Cockatiels... show more
    Best answer: No....The cockatiel is the only member of the genus Nymphicus. It was previously considered a crested parrot or small cockatoo; however, more recent molecular studies have assigned it to its own subfamily, Nymphicinae. It is, therefore, now classified as the smallest of the Cacatuidae (cockatoo family). Cockatiels are native to Australia, and favour the Australian wetlands.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do birds ever sit down?

    I have never seen a bird sit down. I have seem them standing and flying, but not in a seated position. Does birds not sit?
    I have never seen a bird sit down. I have seem them standing and flying, but not in a seated position. Does birds not sit?
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why is my budgie taking the paper out of her nest box?

    Best answer: It clashes with the fen shui
    Best answer: It clashes with the fen shui
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago