My family obtained their first Green Quaker in May of 2013. Her name is Chief (this was before we figured out her gender) and she's a wonderful bird. Super loud during the day, quiet at night, lovely little talker. She flies around our house (I can't bear to clip her wings after seeing her fly), flies to us, and hesitantly says words to herself when she thinks no one is looking. She obviously loves us (we were lucky enough to get her back after there was a mishap and she flew free in our neighborhood) and we love her. She's spoiled rotten, and turned a year old on January 9th, 2014
Recently I've been tossing the idea around about getting another one, a Blue Quaker. Basically as a company provider, as well as another addition. I have no doubt that our constant interaction with both birds will render them friendly to all of the family and not just to themselves. The only thing I'm worried about is how well they will interact with each other. I understand that I will need separate cages for them in the first months of having them.
Basically, what are the chances, should I decide to get another, of them living together in the same cage as friends?
Edited by AlaKritous, 09 May 2014 - 10:55 PM.