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Why ‘feeding a wide variety of different foods’ is a recipe for avian malnutrition – The Holistic Parrot by Leslie Moran
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Timnehs and Red Tails – the Two Kinds of Greys – Complete Psittacine by Eb Cravens
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Lifetime behaviour changes in one lory – By Rosemary Low
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Trade law discrepancies unhelpful for conservation – By David Waugh, Correspondent, Loro Parque Fundación
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By Vivian Miller

In this article, Vivian Miller highlights some basic considerations to keep your parrot physically and emotionally safe and healthy.

Establish a good relationship with a competent avian veterinarian who you trust to handle your parrot in a gentle manner, and take it in for an annual check-up.

Get into the habit of observing your parrot’s physical condition on a daily basis. Check its weight, look at its eyes, its nares, and its posture. Check its breathing band its droppings. Keep track of any changes and if they seem significant, talk to your avian vet..

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