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Parrots magazine, Issue 53

Issue 53 4a0327ec8d630

Lineolated Parakeets, Avian Respiratory Disease, Breeding Parrotlets

Issue 53 - June 2002

The Complete Psittacine with EB Cravens – How to avoid being a parrot jailkeeper. Lineolated Parakeets – with its gentle but cheerful personality, the Lineloated Parakeet should make a perfect pet bird, Karin Banerd investigates. Kakapo Conservation – Large, flightless and nearly extinct, the Kakapo is the black sheep of the parrot family. Jenifer Hilburn investigates this strange species and the successful Kakapo breeding project based in New Zealand. Breeding Parrotlets – Following on from her article in the last issue, Sandee Molenda explains the breeding requirements for this species. Advances in the diagnoses and treatment of Avian Respiratory Conditions – Chris Hall looks at how a parrot breathes and how respiratory diseases in birds can be treated. The Belizensis Amazon – Pam Fryer looks at the Belizensis Amazon of the double Yellow-headed Amazon family. Parrots of the Ecuadorian Amazon – Rosemary Low describes her ecotourist trip to South America. Memories of the Masked Lovebird – Amanda Gregory describes her experiences of keeping the Masked Lovebird.

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