Update Sept 2017:
ARGO and ECHO are female Timneh African greys, Argo is 21 years old, and Echo is 27. They are like sisters, hanging out upon occasion, but generally going about their day independently. If you've been to an event at The Landing in NC, then you've met Argo and Echo, because they've been here from the start. Here is the problem, we have let them fly freely throughout the adoption center, with various landing spots. They don't even have cages anymore, but they are very savvy about other birds. So they have had a hard time finding a home where they can maintain this important ability to fly, and have as much freedom as possible. This type of setup is great for the mental and physical health of birds, but hard to provide in captivity, especially in our homes. Argo and Echo are both great eaters, exceptional at training, and if they trust you they will give beak kisses. They are not interested in being on your hand, but they are fun, entertaining, and really appreciate your verbal attention. It's way past time for Argo and Echo to find their next home, preferably together, and they definitely deserve to maintain their flight skills. Can you provide some degree of flight and freedom?
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