Hello, My name is Scarlett. I am a female Eclectus. I am around 8-10 years old. I can be handled but I do bite. My foster mom is working with me on perching when I get out of the cage. I am getting better every day. I will bite by surprise sometimes! So I know this is something I have to learn not to do. So far I have not said any words but I do watch everything around so my foster mom just thinks I'm getting more comfortable before I speak. I do make honking noises and I make the tongue clicking noise. I love all kinds of fruits and veggies. I know I would be a really great pet with the right person. I need a adopter who is willing to work with me and who will give me lots of time. Eclectus need fruits and veggies for our daily diet. I have lost feathers threw the years, we really don't know why, could be stress, diet, its just not known. But I am getting new feathers back everyday. I do have a wish list, and would appreciate any toys or perches. Here is the link: http://smile.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/29SMTIB17M36Q/ref=cm_wl_rlist_go_v? Thank you for reading my bio. I hope to meet you someday.,
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