Breeding

Biology and breeding of the Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo. PART II
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Biology and breeding of the Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo. PART II

January 12th, 2016 | by LubosTomiska
In comparison with other cockatoo species, Major Mitchell’s cockatoos nest in shallow cavities. The nest is never deeper than one...
Simon Degenhard: Spix’s Macaws will certainly fly in their habitat again, it’s just a matter of time
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Simon Degenhard: Spix’s Macaws will certainly fly in their habitat again, it’s just a matter of time

January 6th, 2016 | by LubosTomiska
Today, aviculture is a hobby popular all over the world. That's why it was our pleasure to interview Simon Degenhard - a bird breeder and...
Biology and breeding of the Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo. PART I
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Biology and breeding of the Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo. PART I

January 4th, 2016 | by LubosTomiska
There is no doubt that the Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo (Cacatua leadbeateri) represents one of the most beautiful parrots. However, their...
Presentation of BVA bird club
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Presentation of BVA bird club

December 14th, 2015 | by LubosTomiska
In 1992 the idea was developed to start a specialized club for lovebird breeders and keepers (BVA agapornis club). This idea seemed interesting enough for about two hundred people, so the official starting date became November 1,...
Breeding of the Northern Rosella. PART II
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Breeding of the Northern Rosella. PART II

December 11th, 2015 | by Jim van Reyk
Read also the first part of this article: Breeding of the Northern Rosella. PART I a Pair No. 4 are fairly recent arrivals (Apr 2011) and arrived via a breeder in Alice Springs. By the look of feathering when they arrived, as...
A Guide to Incubation and Hand raising Lories. PART II
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A Guide to Incubation and Hand raising Lories. PART II

December 10th, 2015 | by Chris Touchton
Read also the first part of this article: A Guide to Incubation and Hand raising Lories. PART I a I have saved some and have lost some to aspiration over the years (I day one over 200 chicks a year so the odds are that...
Breeding of the Northern Rosella. PART I
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Breeding of the Northern Rosella. PART I

December 4th, 2015 | by Jim van Reyk
Read also the first part of this article: Breeding of the Northern Rosella. PART II a Platycercus venustus venustus, the Northern Rosella is certainly among the more rare of the Rosellas (and natives in general), that are kept in...
A Guide to Incubation and Hand raising Lories. PART I
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A Guide to Incubation and Hand raising Lories. PART I

December 3rd, 2015 | by Chris Touchton
Read also the second part of this article: A Guide to Incubation and Hand raising Lories. PART II a I have been day oneing Lories (and occasionally other parrot species) since 1990. I incubator hatch about 98% of my babies at...
Breeding and biology of the Swift Parrot. PART II
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Breeding and biology of the Swift Parrot. PART II

November 27th, 2015 | by Daniel Nuijten
Read also the first part of this article: Breeding and biology of the Swift Parrot. PART I a Sexing them visually is possible. In general, males are brighter coloured than females. Also young females have a white band under the...
Breeding and biology of the Swift Parrot. PART I
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Breeding and biology of the Swift Parrot. PART I

November 11th, 2015 | by Daniel Nuijten
The Swift parrot (Lathamus discolor) is a small parrot species with size 25 cm, the plumage is mainly green with red undertail and red underwings coverts. This bird has also distinct face markings with red color around the beak...

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