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Parrots magazine, Issue 113

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Living With A Moluccan Cockatoo, Who Would Dare To Say That Parrots Do Not Feel Emotion?

Issue 113 - June 2007

The Complete Psittacine – Be patient with your unsettled baby birds says EB Cravens. Living with a Moluccan Cockatoo – Continuing our series of articles on the suitability – or otherwise – of keeping cockatoos as pets, Sonny Stollenmaier has some sensible advice. Maroparque – A truly amazing find in La Palma says Pauline James. Parrots in Focus – The Port Lincoln Parrot – a pure bred specimen is highly desirable but difficult to obtain, says Cyril Laubscher. Who would dare to say that parrots do not feel emotion? – Pam Fryer’s heartwarming story of her two very special parrots. Aviculture in Australia – Aviculture is thriving in Australia says Bob Alison, and psittacids are its foundation. No place to survive? Louise Warburton discusses the effects of climate change on parrots in the wild. Climate chanage is making headlines across the world. For many people the issues and consequences either seem so remote or so unstoppable and catastrophic, it is all beyond worrying about. However, it is happening and it is already affecting the natural environment – parrots included. Lear’s Macaws, Licuri Palms and People – David Waugh, of the Loro Parque Fundacion in Tenerife, writes about the efforts being made to ensure the survival of the Lear’s Macaw in Brazil.

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