❤Bird lovers must watch! Green Cheek and Quaker Parrot Preening eachother, so precious! ❤
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I am Rita from Rainbow Parrots.
Many of my babies go home to families who live in other states.
The purpose of my videos is to introduce my babies to their new families.
Each week as the babies grow and mature their new families get to know their personality.
I hope you all enjoy watching the babies as they grow each week.
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this is the video of my green indian ring neck parrot talkative and amazing hand tamed bird this is the video of my cocktail parrot this pair is so amazing breederd and the average of chicks is very good , white cocktail , common white cocktail , common gray parrot, amazing breeders
Cocktails are the smallest birds in the family of cocatoo they are so intelleginat and amazing brids you can easily train them they have perfect voice for singing , cocktail parrots are amazing breeders some cocktails have cocktails are the most famous birds as pet people have austrilan buddgies at first place as pet and the 2nd no is cocktail use to have as pet bird ,
in this video i will show you my Australian buddies parrots with chicks mother have 5 chicks with him you can see in the video , most amazing birds from australia these parrot breed very well and most popular pet bird in the bird austrilan birds are so amazing and they give good production in the breeding seasson ,
IT this video i will show you different types of parrots , like love birds, Austrailan budges hope you will like my video
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this market is in lahore , you can see the beauty of parrot ,,
love birds , Australian , parrots , green parrot ,
i have alot of bird in my cage , cockatiel bird and aurstralian bird are in same cage some time they fight with each other but they are are laying eggs in the colony cockatiel parrot are looking huge in from on austrilan buddgies
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I have been taking Kili to the park more and more lately. I’ve also been lengthening the harness leash so that she can exercise more freedom. In this video I start with some very short recalls, go through some medium ones, and then get to the longest string (15ft + 5ft harness).
The video shows how I put the harness on Kili and walk down a few busy city streets to get to the park. We do some recalls and progressively lengthen the leash with successive tries.
Midway through the training session, an immature Cooper’s Hawk snatched a pigeon across the street from the park before my very eyes. It flew over top of us and landed in a tree at the other end of the playground. I purposefully included a bit of the footage of the hawk after it landed in the tree to emphasize that the predator threat is indeed very real no matter if you are in the city or country side. No one should take this lightly and must be fully aware of it and consequences.