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Review by: Holly T (11) Posted
Beloit, Ohio, 44609, United States
Updated: 12 days ago
Holly T
Owned birds before:
Yes
If yes how long:
10 years
Based on experience with: 20 birds of this species
How have you learned bird care / training techniques?
Kind of training techniques learned
My pet
bird
Bird's gender:
Both
Age when acquired:
0 - at birth
Acquired from:
Trained by:
Kind of training bird received:
When bird(s) was trained:
(0 = low; 5 = high)
Overall satisfaction
5.00
I am incredibly happy with my bird
5
My bird is exactly the right bird for me
5
I love my bird
5
I am very attached to my bird
5
Appearance
5
Friendly with owner
5
Friendly with family
5
Trainability
3
Activity level
2
Song vocal quality
3
Mimic sounds words
N/A
Health
4
Easy to feed
5
Easy to clean and maintain habitat
1
Beautiful birds
I owned, bred, raised, and trained pigeons with my father for years, but the Indian Fantails have always been my favorite. The fanned tails, feathered legs, and the way they'd strut around the cage make them look very regal. They're really friendly and I've never had one peck at me or anything before. We trained quite a few of them to come to us and land on our arms. They're somewhat easy to take care of if you know what you're doing, but you have to watch out for hawks and raccoons who will hunt them and they come in so many different colors. The only down side is that they're usually really expensive to buy. A few of ours came from an auction and cost $15-$20 per bird.



 
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