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Golden Conures: Inside their complex private world


by POMPOM, South Africa

POMPOM is one of the world’s few successful breeders of the Golden or Queen of Bavaria’s Conure and owns an impressive collection. Here, she gives an incredible insight into the private world of this highly intelligent and extraordinarily sensitive conure.

It’s not easy breeding Golden Conures, there is little documented on this species and we have certainly learnt as we have gone on. Golden Conures are extremely sensitive, complex birds, totally different from any other species and few breeders have been successful with them. But, as the years roll on and I observe more of the characteristics of the Golden Conure, I can see how vital their social system is and how it works, and it is extremely complicated!

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