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Parrots magazine, Issue 51

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Breeding the Princess of Wales Parakeet, Whose House is it anyway?

Issue 51 - April 2002

Orange-winged Amazons – show great variation in size and colour by Cyril Laubscher. The Complete Psittacine with EB Cravens – Exercise – Essential for Avian Health. Breeding the Princess of Wales Parakeet – EB Cravens gives details on the beautiful Princess of Wales Parakeet, as a breeding bird or pet. Vitamin A The benefits and considerations – Chris Hall gives his veterinary perspective on the subject of Vitamin A in birds, and looks at the problems that can occur in a vitamin A deficient diet. A visit to Tropical Birdland by Rosemary Low – If you cannot go to the Tropics but want to see parrots in the wild a more economical alternative is to visit Tropical Birdland at Desford near Leicester. Here you can imagine you are in South America, Africa, New Guinea of the the Solomon Islands when you see Nanday Conures, a Senegal Parrot, a Black Lory and a Yellow-bibbed Lory cavorting the the trees. Interpreting Parrots – In Issue 50 Ray Dorge investigated the idea of parrot communication through their vocals and signals, - This issue continues with this theme by looking at their actions and communication through body language. Whose House is it Anyway? How well can a parrot’s needs fit in with human needs? Liz Wilson discusses territoriality within the home, and how to maintain a good balance between psittacine and human requirements. Adaption, Mutation, Variation – Survival – Colour varieties in birds has been a subject if mixed views in the world of aviculture. In this article Jim Hayward details some of the more positive points to consider on this topic.

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