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Doctor Hess: So, what are the best bird pets for beginners? People who’ve never had birds before.
Well, definitely the best birds not to get when you’ve just started out with birds are large birds, like Macaws. Even Cockatoos or African Greys.
It’s very tempting to get those birds because they’re phenomenal. They’re smart. They talk. They’re very interactive. But, they really require quite a bit of care.
So, we usually recommend that you start out with something a little smaller. Maybe a Parakeet, a Budgerigar or a Cockatiel.
If you want something a little bit bigger you could consider a medium sized parrot. Maybe a Conure or a Caique. I don’t know. What would you say, Sarah?
Sarah: I would say that birds this size are about among the best for beginners. While these guys can be a little louder than a Parakeet or a Cockatiel, they’re also very smart and playful.
When I think that a lot of times what people are looking for when they want to get a bird, they want that bird that’s going to bond with them. That’s going to play with them.
And a lot of these smaller birds are very smart. They can learn tricks. They can do different behaviors and you can really work with them. And I think it’s a good opportunity for people to learn how to work behaviorally with a bird if you get a smaller one. And then, when they’re ready they can move on to the bigger birds.
Doctor Hess: Yeah. Good things come in small packages. You know, birds don’t have to be huge to be fun and interactive. They’re a little less intimidating when they’re small. I think people do develop a comfort level with little birds.
And when they’re ready they can even move up and have more than one bird.
But, please, please don’t rush out as your first bird and get a big, big Macaw. I think that you’ll be disappointed and that it may be a little more than you expect. And that bird will live with you then for another 30, 40 years.
And, until you’re sure you’re really a bird person, maybe it’s best to start with something a little smaller.
By viewing this video you can know about how to draw a parrot easily.
How to Draw a Parrot
By [http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Annette_Labedzki/252070]Annette Labedzki
Parrots, also known as psittacoses, are considered one of the most intelligent birds, with some of their species being equipped with the ability to imitate human voices. This makes them a popular pet. There are about 372 species of parrots, found around the world and they come under the Order Psittaciformes. The Order is further subdivided into three Families: the Psittacidae (true parrots), the Cacatuidae (Cockatoos), and the Strigopidae (New Zealand parrots). Found in all the tropical and subtropical continents, their diet mostly consists of nuts, fruits, buds, and other plant material, although a few species also eat insects and small animals.
Required tools for drawing:
� Eraser (just in case you don’t get the curves correct)
� Paper or canvas
� Color & paint brush (optional)
Steps for drawing a parrot: Here, we are drawing a parrot facing left, such that the head is to the left and the tail is on the right side of the paper or canvas. With a light hand, roughly sketch the bird so that you can later erase the unwanted lines. Lets begin:
� Head: First, draw a circle of the size of a one-rupee coin for the head. At the outer edge of this circle, draw a shape resembling the bottom part of a horizontal mango projecting out towards left. This forms the upper beak of the parrot. Make the tip of this mango shape sharp to give it a realistic look. Draw the lower beak by making an arc with its curve downwards, extending over three fourth of the length of the upper beak. Its edges should touch the lower part of the upper beak. After outlining the face, we make the eyes of the parrot. Draw two small vertical ovals of the size of a button, positioned towards the left, within the head. Sketch another shaded circle inside each of these eyes to represent the eyeballs.
� Body: Draw a line in the form of a question mark extending from the head of the parrot towards left, such that the lower half of the question mark forms the feather. Make sure the curved portion of the question mark is wide enough to form the body of the parrot. In effect, make the body by fusing the open end of the question mark with the circle-head above.
� Claws: Draw four half-crescent moons joining the body to make it look like it is sitting on the branch of a tree. Sketch 2 parallel lines haphazardly, extending horizontally to form a branch.
� Shading: Erase the unwanted lines. Darken the remaining sketch using a pencil. Enhance the feathers of the parrot by drawing few straight lines over it. You may color the parrot to beautify it. Parrots are found in different colors, the commonest one being green.
Annette Labedzki received her BFA at the Emily Carr College of Art and Design in Vancouver, B.C. Canada. She has more than 25 years experience. She is the founder and developer of an online art gallery featuring original art from all over the world. Please visit the website at http://www.Labedzki-Art.com It is a great site for art collectors to buy original art. Artists can join for free and their image upload is unlimited.
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Cuts (rushes, out takes) for stories featured in Colour Pictorial – CP 701. The original stories are on Pathe Master tape *PM0429*.
Cuts for story TASTY MODELS in CP 701. Similar footage to cut story about the icing of a cake in the shape of St Paul’s Cathedral. Different shots show a girl putting a marzipan covered cake on a rack in the bakery. We also seen some of the utensils used for the decoration.
Cuts for story FOOD SCULPTURE in CP 701. Similar footage to cut story about food being prepared in the Japanese restaurant, the Hiroko. A few different shots show two fabulous goldfish, convincingly carved from carrots, being added to the final sweet potato dove display!
Cuts for story PARROT SCHOOL in CP 701. Mostly similar footage to cut story of parrots doing tricks before a crowd at Flamingo Park Zoo in Yorkshire.
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