Hand-tame green cheek conure for sale with a companion male budgie. Includes large parrot cage and also a budgie cage with stand (used as a travel cage for both birds). Conure great with children. Accessories also included - parrot playstation, bath, toys.
both birds have free flight of house but spend 95% of time on cage.
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