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Parrots magazine, Issue 112

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The Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo, Living With A Rock Pebbler Parakeet, The Quiet Revolution

Issue 112 - May 2007

The Complete Psittacine – Arranging your aviary subjects to produce a greater species identity in offspring chicks by EB Cravens. Living with a Rock Pebbler Parakeet – Although David Knights hadn’t planned on having Lulu share his life, he couldn’t be happier to have him as part of his flock. The Sulphur-crested Cockatoo (Cacatua galerita) – Following last month’s articles on the unsuitability of the white cockatoo as a household pet, we’ve asked John Cooper to show us how the needs of this energetic and raucous bird are best served – in the wild. The quiet revolution – Dot Schwarz talks to Barbara Heidenreich, one of the leading proponents of positive reinforcement in the training of parrots. The beautiful Black-winged Lory – The third article in Rosemary Low’s series on species which are in danger of disappearing from aviculture. Parrots in Focus – Hawk-headed Parrot – Cyril Laubscher trains his lens on a Neotropical parrot with unusual feathering! Born to be Wild – Although knowledge about the ecology of most Indonesian parrots is still limited, their “life styles” are, in general, similar to those of many other psittacines . Stewart Metz, Mandy Andrea and Kevin Sharp of the Indonesian Parrot Project, tell us about them. The Yellow-thighed Caique – Pauline James talks to two successful breeders of this species. Costa Rica and parrots – Bob Alison describes the somewhat unusual attitude towards pet parrot keeping in Costa Rica. Health Checks – When should my bird go and see the doctor and why? By Neil A Forbes FRCVS Recognised Specialist in Bird Medecine.

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