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Disco, practicing his "please adopt me" look. :D

For those of you who love Green Cheek conures, we have many waiting to go to a good home. A number of them came from a breeder who passed away and they are beautiful mutations. While they may not yet know how humans can be fantastic play gyms, they do love to interact with people and take treats from our hands. With some time and allowing them to go at their own pace in being handled, they will make wonderful pets.
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Lilly FuDo you adopt to college students. I know some rescues won't. But I have a green cheek who needs a friend and a vet at CSU.

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Renee LascalaFolks, if you're undecided, let me put in a great endorsement for GCCs: quiet, playful, affectionate and utterly adorable. If you have love and the right environment to give a wonderful small parrot, look no further. GCCs are outstanding avian companions.

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MK JansenI love my gcc! She's a good birdy with tons of personality, and is a wonderful companion.

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Clarissa Anne LehmanI love green cheeks! my baby could use a friend. Will you send one to Pennsylvania? :D

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Barbara WiseHad one of these beauties. Wish I could have one of these again!

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Doris CarpenterThey are so cute :)

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Moose coming in for a Monday morning hello - up close and personal, just the way he likes it. This boy is friendly and fond of head scritches. He loves to be talked to and will make the cutest Sennie purrs and clicks in return. He is up for adoption with his cage mate Doe, a shy female Senegal that we think will come out of her shell once she gets to know you. ... See MoreSee Less

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Shari LareauAwwww. Do they mate and produce eggs ??

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Anne GallegosIn search of a sweet bird..I don't know what it is but I can just be having a bad day and the only place I want to be is at Feathered Friends of Santa Fe . Talking.and playing with the birds. I love them. Clancy is so handsome and so sweet and I just love Nikko and lall of the other birds. After I leave my frown is always upside down. Birds make me so happy.

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Ginger's Parrot RescueSending Senegal best wishes and love Moose and Doe. <3

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David OlsonHow much would adoption be?

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Jim Scotthow adorable

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Bonnie Cusickgood morning Moose

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Hubert DeKayanother friend of mine

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April Troxell-CravensI adore Senegels!!!

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Sue DefflerMoose is adorable...

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Barbara WiseLove the Senegals! So pretty!

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Anyone out there who is good at repairing screens?? We could use a handy volunteer to help us out with maintenance around the aviary like this. Let us know if you can help! :D ... See MoreSee Less

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Suzanne FongI can re screen! Will be home soon!

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David OlsonBummer I'm in the Springs. 😞 Screens, I can do.

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Sheri BarclayI had to attach chicken wire outside the screened porch because my ninja cats were escaping. Course its lead and not for birds to chew, but works for the cats

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