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Breeding the Coral-billed Parrot

Parrots magazine August 2011

Pauline James speaks to Jeanie Rheinheimer

Jeanie Rheinheimer from northern Indiana, USA, has been breeding parrots for well over a decade, and although she keeps a mixed collection varying from macaws, Cape parrots to Australian parakeets, she is particularly fond of her Pionus parrots.  Her first pet Bronze-winged, actually inspired her to go on and keep all the other Pionus species as companion parrots too!  But, currently set up for breeding, she has, a pair of Blue-headed, a pair of Duskies, and three pairs of Coral-billed.  Jeanie confesses to have ‘fallen in love’ with the Pionus species, but particularly the Coral-billed, the bird she describes as, ‘A Maximilian’s with lipstick!’

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