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Letters: Green-cheeked mutations, hideous!


Dear Parrots magazine,

Green-cheeked mutations, hideous!

I have just arrived home from work and to my delight found the latest issue of Parrots on my mat, just as I had hoped it would be. Having eagerly opened the packaging, I was confronted by a photograph that almost made me feel queasy!

Letters: Stolen birds not taken seriously


Dear Parrots magazine,

Stolen birds not taken seriously

Information in the May issue of Parrots concerning stolen birds, Article 10 etc. is all very well, however, whatever the laws are, they should help prevent the stolen birds being sold on, but it all falls short. To whom do you report birds being sold without Article 10’s, when they should have one? No-one makes that clear.

Letters: So enlightening


Dear Parrots magazine,

So enlightening

I always enjoy receiving my Parrots magazine.  I go through the magazine thinking that I’d like to comment about this or that and then don’t follow through.  The magazine is fully read and then recycled.  This time I’m going to follow through with my comments.

Letters: Stolen birds not taken seriously


Dear Parrots magazine,

Stolen birds not taken seriously

In response to Eddy Lines letter published in the June issue, I wish to assure all of our readers that we at the National Theft Register take all parrot thefts most seriously.

Letters: It’s not all about the female


Dear Parrots magazine,

It’s not all about the female

In the May issue of Parrots on the Parrot Queries page, Muriel Barnes gave us an insight into why the African Greys in question, were failing to produce. I agree totally that the 1m (3ft) cubes they were being kept in were far too small, and agree with most of what was said. But, I would take issue with the display and pre-mating ritual described.

Letters: Green-cheeked mutations


Dear Parrots magazine,

Green-cheeked mutations

In contrast to Andrew Stevens, I think the article by Pauline James on the new colour varieties of Green-cheeked Conures was colourful and informative, and showed some fine examples of these birds.

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