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1 17th June 17:25
toucanldy
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Unofficially, I have been pondering this question, and thought I would throw it
out here. I have noticed that birds that talk a lot, are not usually screamers.
Has anyone else noticed this?

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2 17th June 17:25
alex clayton
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I know that often with my BCC when he is doing one of his screaming, just to
make noise things I can often get him to talk instead. If he is screaming
the "alert" for something it does not work, but if he is just making noise I
can get him to talk instead, which is much easier to take <G>
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3 17th June 17:25
dkrug
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Interesting. My grey, who talks almost constantly, never screams. My U2,
who has a very limited vocabulary, does scream.
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4 17th June 17:26
pagan
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My five Amazons all scream about the same. Four of them also talk A LOT.
Three of them usually only scream when they can't see me (like when I'm in
the bedroom or out of town). I can safely go in the backyard and they are
okay.

June
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5 17th June 17:27
john hines
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If he is talking, he isn't screaming. So I'd say yes.
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6 18th June 16:12
dave sibbett
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Molly YNA rarely screams, but she will yell at the top of her lungs or sing
opera.
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7 19th June 13:40
xxxxgizziexxxx
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My ****atoo is an excellent talker and he rarely screams a
"bird scream".
He does, however, TALK VERY LOUD. He talk-screams, if that makes any
sense.

My African Grey neither talks NOR screams, which I also think
is rather wierd. The Yellow Nape carries on at dusk, but it's usually
singing or continuous laughter.

The baby Mynah has yet to really find his voice, but he has
adopted the dusk-calling, also.


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8 19th June 13:40
xxxxgizziexxxx
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Taht's what meant when I said my Yellow Nape "sings" at dusk, he
does the operatic scales, and he makes up his own tunes. He also
sometimes sings himself to sleep, which cracks us up every time--he
sits with his back to us and actually rocks, singing softly.
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9 19th June 13:40
toucanldy
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Mynah's IME, learn most of their words before their first year.

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10 19th June 13:41
jim
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Yes.

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