Tagged: pet birds

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Amazing Facts about Budgerigars

Budgies are extremely popular pets in the UK. If you don’t have a budgie yourself, you probably know somebody who does. But many people may not be aware of how fascinating these little fellows...

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Free Flying Pet Parrots

The skies above Chaddesdon in Derbyshire are being lit up with a splash of bright colour. Bobby the Macaw flies freely around the neighbourhood but always returns home to his dedicated owner, Jonathan Li....

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Parrot YouTube Stars

Amazing Parrots Their ability to talk makes parrots an endless source of fascination, not to mention hilarity. But parrots can mimic almost anything, not just human speech and they can be trained to produce...

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Coco The Macaw Returns Home

Escaped Parrot Returns Home after Dramatic Rescue Research has shown that a pet can considerably improve the social skills of autistic children. Much of this research has focussed on dogs but it has now...

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Where do Abandoned Parrots Go?

Where do Abandoned Parrots Go? Parrots and many other species of exotic birds are extremely appealing. Their bright colours, intelligence and ability to talk makes them look like the perfect pets. Unfortunately, many people...

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Moulting Birds? Here’s Why!

Why Do Wild Birds Look Different in The Late Summer? A Hush can descend over your garden in late summer and that isn’t because there is less traffic on the roads! There always seem...

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Moluccan Cockatoo – A Guide

Focus on the Moluccan Cockatoo The Moluccan cockatoo (Cacatua moluccensis) is instantly recognisable with its salmon pink crest and pale pink feathers. It is a beautiful bird and grows to a significant size. Also...

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Can Birds Understand Humans?

Talking Birds – Are they Repeating Words Parrot Fashion? Parrot fashion is a rather derogatory term, at least when used to describe a person’s speech. It implies that the speaker has merely learnt to...

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African Grey Parrot Conservation

The Plight of the African Grey Parrot The African grey parrot is a much admired and much loved bird and it isn’t difficult to see why. Its striking grey and red plumage, its intelligence...