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> Parakeet Fever in Homo Sapiens
A humorous article about the 'disease' that can afflict bird keepers
> The Red Vented Cockatoo (Cacatua haematuropygia)
One of the most threatened cockatoo species (CITES Appendix One)
> The Petz's Conure
A Plea For The Petz's Conure (Aratinga canicularis)
> Black-Cheeked Lovebird
The Black-cheeked lovebird is one of the nine species from the Genus AGAPORNIS and was discovered by Dr.A.H.B.Kirkmaí in 1904
> The Cuban Amazon
The Cuban Amazon (Amazona leucocephala leucocephala) is generally considered by aviculturists to be one of the most beautiful of the Amazons.
> The Ultramarine Lory
The Ultramarine Lory, (Vini ultramarina) One of the most threatened lory species.
> Brotogeris Parakeets
The Brotogeris Parakeets are a family of small 7-9 inch (18-23 cm) South American Parakeets.
My experience with Canarywings ©
> Pionus Parrots
General Information on Pionus Parrots
> Pyrrhura Conures
Two of the More Unusual Subspecies
> The Dusky-headed or Weddell's Conure
The Dusky-headed or Weddell's Conure (Aratinga weddellii) is one of the less well-known members of the South American parakeet family.
A uniquely beautiful lory
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