Breeding

Breeding of the Peach-fronted Conure. PART I
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Breeding of the Peach-fronted Conure. PART I

March 28th, 2016 | by Jason Wright
In Australia this beautiful little conure has a reputation of being hard to breed and noisy. To their credit they breed as readily as sun conures...
Breeding of the Yellow-shouldered Amazon. PART II
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Breeding of the Yellow-shouldered Amazon. PART II

March 25th, 2016 | by Tony Silva
After my first encounter early one morning while walking with Ramon through his collection, I started searching for this species. I acquired my...
Chalcopsitta lories – taxonomy, biology and breeding. PART I
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Chalcopsitta lories – taxonomy, biology and breeding. PART I

March 14th, 2016 | by LubosTomiska
According to del Hoyo’s latest taxonomy, we recognize more than 60 species of lories which is a considerable part of the whole order Psittaciformes....
Breeding of the Lesser Jardine’s Parrot. PART II
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Breeding of the Lesser Jardine’s Parrot. PART II

March 8th, 2016 | by Oldrich Siska
I keep the breeding pair in an outside aviary during summer and inside aviary during the winter season. Mostly, they are moved inside at the end of...
Breeding of the Lesser Jardine’s Parrot. PART I
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Breeding of the Lesser Jardine’s Parrot. PART I

March 7th, 2016 | by Oldrich Siska
I bought my first pair of the Lesser Jardine’s Parrot (Poicephalus gulielmi fantiensis) in September 2003 from one animal import...
How can we recognize Red-tailed Cockatoo subspecies? PART II
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How can we recognize Red-tailed Cockatoo subspecies? PART II

March 2nd, 2016 | by Julie and Barry Blanch
The most commonly kept Red-tailed Black Cockatoo in aviculture and one of the more widespread subspecies in the wild—with a number of...
Swift Parrot breeding in Australia. PART II
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Swift Parrot breeding in Australia. PART II

February 29th, 2016 | by Bill Boyd
The swift parrot does not in my opinion attain full size until at least 3 years of age, probably longer. Comparisons between one year old birds and five year...
Interview with Psittacus Catalonia: Egg protein is the best we can use for lories. PART II
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Interview with Psittacus Catalonia: Egg protein is the best we can use for lories. PART II

February 26th, 2016 | by LubosTomiska
To produce something which may substitute fruits was our original idea. Initially, we fed this product to many parrot species (not only lories) and found...
Swift Parrot breeding in Australia. PART I
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Swift Parrot breeding in Australia. PART I

February 25th, 2016 | by Bill Boy
Since I last wrote several articles about the swift parrot much study and examination has been undertaken. Many enquiries have been made overseas and...
How can we recognize Red-tailed Cockatoo subspecies? PART I
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How can we recognize Red-tailed Cockatoo subspecies? PART I

February 24th, 2016 | by Julie and Barry Blanch
Red-tailed Black Cockatoos (Calyptorhynchus banksii) are the most common black cockatoo species inhabiting large areas of mainland...

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