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The oldest avicultural society in Australia, we provide information on aviculture, aviaries, keeping and breeding Australian birds in captivity, and aviary species such as parrots, lorikeets, cockatoos, finches, doves, quail and softbills. Dedicated to providing information on all aspects of Australian aviculture, this site features resources on keeping Australian aviary birds, breeding birds...
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Dedicated to enriching the environment of companion parrot's with ideas for foraging opportunities, creative toys and activities for inside and outside the cage. Kris is particularly well known for her books, articles, talks, workshops and demonstrations on providing parrots with innovative enrichment, foraging opportunities, and toys that sustain activity. She is a graduate of the online class...
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At EMR Exotic Bird Breeder you will find high quality beautiful exotic birds for sale. Individualized human attention and care is provided for a healthy-happy bird. As a Southern California bird breeder, we specialize in raising Australian parrots, parakeets, some exotic finches, a...
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My Pampered Parrots - Breeders of quality handraised pet birds King Parrots, Crimson wings, Indian Ringnecks, Superb Parrots, Regent Parrots and Mallee Ringnecks. We are a small aviary based on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia who have been breeding birds now for a number of years. In...
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A guide to buying and keeping parrots with information on toxins, dangers, nutrition, breeding, and training parrots. Who Is Parrot Parrot? I'm Vera Appleyard. I was the first Guide to Pet Birds at About.com. I am a member of the African Love Bird Society and author of The Lovebird Handbook. I...
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Welcome to our website. Birds @ Darnz is situated in the peri urban area of Colleen Glen which is 15 minutes from the city of Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Province of South Africa. Being very close to the coast we have a sub tropical/oceanic climate with warm summers, low to temperate humidity and mild winters with light rainfall throughout the year. It all started with wild finches as a...
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