We've had our Amazon, Molly, for about 10 years now. She is a gorgeous Blue Front. My husband bought her for me when we first got married. Of course she had to be partial to dark haired men. She likes me perfectly fine, but when a guy walks in the house, boy does she get chummy fast. Starts singing in her nasally opera voice, fluffing up her feathers and whistling. She's flown over to unsuspecting visitors a time or two as well. Funny how a bird can make a grown man drop to his knees and cover his head. Lol. Here she is: (Please excuse the blurry images, she was too excited to hold still) Anyone else keep Amazons? I'd be interested to know what tricks yours know, what you feed them, what toys they like, etc. Molly speaks quite a bit, and only screams very occasionally when she sees us eating something she REALLY wants, (Chips, crackers, etc. which I don't feed her because of the sodium. But she must have had them with her previous owner, cuz she sure knows what they are!) and she goes through what we call her "twitterpation" for about a whole month around March where she's VERY vocal and screechy. Her favorite words are "Good Girl, Wanna Go? Yeeeees, Why? and "Thank You." She also says all of our names, cries like a newborn, (What does that tell you?) sings opera, laughs loudly, and imitates all our cell phone rings. Our favorite trick of hers is when she imitates the phone ringing 3 times with perfect intervals, pauses, makes the sound of the phone beeping on, and says, "Hello? Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Ok. Bye." Then makes the sound of the phone beeping off. Makes my kids laugh every time.