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Parrots magazine, Issue 56

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Issue 56 - September 2002

The Complete Psittacine with EB Cravens – Fifteen Favourite Feeding Tips. Breeding and Caring for Hanging Parrots – Named after their unusual habit in the wild of hanging upside down from trees, Hanging Parrots have certain requirements for those wishing to breed them in captivity, including the Red-faced lovebird and the Green-rumped parrotlett, Blue-crowned Hanging Parrot - Don and Irene Bardgett have had many years of success with breeding and caring for these birds and in this article they give us some of the knowledge they have gained through experience. The Normal Moulting in Birds – The complex nature of a bird’s feather structure is designed for many uses and not just for flight – Alan Jones discusses feathers and plumage in birds as well as giving details of the moulting process and how to recognise any potential problems with this procedure. The Mealy Amazon by Pam Fryer. The Purple-headed Fallow Rainbow Lorikeet - This striking bird with its unusual colour mutation is one of only a few of its kind. In this article by Stephen and Kathy Haynes, they describe the various measures they have taken since owning and caring for such a rare bird. Basics for Successful Hand Rearing – When breeding parrots there are some circumstances where intervention by the breeder is necessary in order to save the chick’s life. Amanda Gregory details her experiences of hand-rearing parrots. Bluebonnets forever – with the ability to endure extreme temperatures and desolate landscapes, hardy and robust Bluebonnets are popular aviary birds, R.Michael Allison gives details.

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