Our Cockatoo Thai Threw Me Out Of The Bedroom| STORY TIME SUNDAY

Our Cockatoo Thai Threw Me Out Of The Bedroom| STORY TIME SUNDAY

Our Cockatoo Thai Threw Me Out Of The Bedroom| STORY TIME SUNDAY
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How varied is your parrot’s diet? Our birds get new foods weekly.

How varied is your parrot’s diet? Our birds get new foods weekly.

When mom and dad provide parrot supplies for captive bird keepers Around the planet, you never know which can end up in your bird food dish next.

The more you offer change to your bird the more likely your bird is to accept change. This is especially true when it comes to feeding your bird.

What if the supplier of your favorite bird food can’t get it? A couple of summers ago we lost a host of bird bird food SKUs when certain nuts were suddenly unavailable from the south of the West.

Many people had to find substitutes for the food no one can get. What if you go on a trip with your bird and you run out of food?

Having a pet bird that only eats a single food is setting you up or failure.

In the wild parrots eat anything they are scavengers where you at

Green Parrot Says Kiss Me

Green Parrot Says Kiss Me

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What started as a hobby for a Filipino animal lover, has now grown into one of the world’s most important breeding centres for tropical birds.

Antonio de Dios’ private aviary in the Philippines boasts a collection of more than eight thousand birds from 195 rare species.

These brightly coloured macaws are among the roughly eight-thousand birds found here in Birds International, a private aviary in the suburbs of Quezon City.

What started out as a hobby for owner Antonio de Dios is now a world-class facility dedicated to the preservation of endangered birds.

For two decades, the aviary has been committed to saving the world’s endangered bird

For owner Antonio de Dios its a dream come true.

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“It’s my obsession since I was young, to be associated with animals. And the parrot became my choice because of their longevity. They can live for quite a number of years, and maybe they can outlive me.”
SUPER CAPTION: Antonio de Dios, President and General Manager, Birds International, Inc.

A nursery puts newly-hatched chicks in the care of experts who make sure they get proper nutrition and attention.

The aviary has successfully bred many species of rare birds, may of which end up in zoos around the world.

There are about two thousand breeding pairs here, with an average production of two thousand 500 birds a year.

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“I think we are blessed because we have the right tropical weather. We don’t have to undergo very complicated set-ups like the ones they have in America and in Europe. And of course, labour is cheap here, and we have all the tropical fruit available. I think with these conditions, it’s a very big plus factor in propagating the species.”
SUPER CAPTION: Antonio de Dios, President and General Manager, Birds International, Inc.

The birds are housed in large flight cages which allow them to interact socially with their own kind.

The aviary strives to provide an environment that mirrors the natural habitat of the birds.
Staff say simulating these conditions ensures normal growth and improved breeding performance.

A staff of 167 sees to it that all the birds get the proper care.

Such an aviary is expensive to run but de Dios says money is no object.

Birds International has come a long way.

Its efforts and success in saving rare birds from extinction is proof that such things can be done if people work with the environment.

The aviary’s objective of conserving and protecting rare birds by successfully breeding them in captivity has been achieved.

But this does not stop de Dios and his staff from continuing their research in the proper handling of these birds.

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What you should know about African Grey Parrots – Ammus Pets & Kennels

What you should know about African Grey Parrots – Ammus Pets & Kennels

A Story of an African Grey – Sundar – Ammus Pets & Kennels

Sundar is a very intelligent African grey . He can talk as many 150 odd words and has been a great happy bird.

Mr Moin who is a Pet expert & Animal Lover is very attached and he spends a lot of time and gets it going as a daily habit to spend enough time with him…. In this Video you will learn about how to own an African grey and its food needs and pet time commitment , training schedule etc.

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Funny Birds Imitating Electronic Sounds – Parrots Mimic Alarm, Ringtone and More Compilation 2017

Funny Birds Imitating Electronic Sounds – Parrots Mimic Alarm, Ringtone and More Compilation 2017

Hilarious parrots and other pet birds with amazing skills mimicking iphone ringtones, twitter sounds, computer and video games noises, microwave oven beeps, and all sort of electronic sounds!

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01:05 – 01:19 : “Nova imitates microwave” video by Kate Titus
01:19 – 01:37 : “Bird Imitates Cellphone Ring” video by charliegavinelli
01:37 – 01:45 : “Larry the parrot dials an imaginary phone number, rambles a little, then starts laughing.” video by ecut1
01:45 – 02:03 : “Jolie the parrot iPhone ringtone” video by Pete Biv
02:03 – 02:29 : “parrot telephone noises” video by ozay khoder
02:29 – 02:54 : “loro imitador de sonidos de celular” video by Rogelio Rios
02:54 – 03:39 : “Bird tricks – Cell phone ring, kiss, cough” video by Liz Gaydos
03:39 – 03:49 : “Cosmos imitating sound of microwave…” video by Christine clk
03:49 – 04:21 : “Loro con alarma” video by andres sosa
04:21 – 04:38 : “Ricky the Parrot funny telephone ringing” video by tekdyne
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07:33 – 08:07 : “Aussie Magpie sings like R2D2!!” video by MyAussieMagpie
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08:34 – 08:57 : “Bird Pacific parrotlet singing iPhone Opening ringtone” video by Laughable stories
08:57 – 09:01 : “Blackbird mimicking a ringtone” video by Tom Eveson
09:01 – 09:23 : “Echo Parrot vs iPhone4s tweet text tone” video by socalgirl220
09:23 – 09:35 : “Cockatiel singing iPhone ring tone” video by Rickie Bird
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Best Photos of Parrots

Best Photos of Parrots

Without a doubt, the Parrot Garden at Best Friends is home to the Sanctuary’s most colorful characters. Check out some of our favorite shots of these magnificent birds taken by our photographers.

Best Friends Animal Society is a nonprofit organization building no-kill programs and partnerships that will bring about a day when there are No More Homeless Pets®. At the core of Best Friends’ work is the dream that one day kindness will replace cruelty and animals will no longer be destroyed because they are unwanted or imperfect. Spaying and neutering will be the rule for all pets and adoption will be the first option for everyone. Making this dream a reality is the mission we call No More Homeless Pets. The society’s leading initiatives in animal care and community programs are coordinated from its Kanab, Utah, headquarters, the country’s largest no-kill sanctuary. This work is made possible by the personal and financial support of a grassroots network of supporters and community partners across the nation. For more information, visit http://www.bestfriends.org.

How Much Nail Should I Cut Off on My Parrots? : Exotic Pets

How Much Nail Should I Cut Off on My Parrots? : Exotic Pets

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It’s always important to trim a parrot’s nails so that they don’t accidentally injure anyone who comes into your home. Find out how much nail you should cut off on your parrots with help from a dynamic, holistic and conventional veterinarian in this free video clip.

Expert: Dr. Jena Questen
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Bio: Dr. Jena Questen, “Dr Q,” is a dynamic, holistic and conventional veterinarian who promotes the health and longevity of all animals through veterinary medicine and the science of animal behavior.
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Series Description: An exotic pet is one that goes beyond the realm of a traditional dog or cat, like a snake or even a bird, like a parrot. Find out about exotic pets and learn how to properly care for them with help from a dynamic, holistic and conventional veterinarian in this free video series.

Top 10 Coolest Parrots In The World

Top 10 Coolest Parrots In The World

Top 10 Coolest Parrots In The World

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Eclectus Parrot

Eclectus Parrot


The Eclectus Parrot, Eclectus roratus, is a parrot native to the Solomon Islands, Sumba, New Guinea and nearby islands, northeastern Australia and the Maluku Islands (Moluccas). It is unusual in the parrot family for its extreme sexual dimorphism of the colours of the plumage; the male having a mostly bright green plumage and the female a mostly bright red and purple/blue plumage. Joseph Forshaw, in his book Parrots of the World, noted that the first European ornithologists to see Eclectus Parrots thought they were of two distinct species. Large populations of this parrot remain, and they are sometimes considered pests for eating fruit off trees. Some populations restricted to relatively small islands are comparably rare. Their bright feathers are also used by native tribes people as decorations.

The Eclectus Parrot is unusual in the parrot family for its marked sexual dimorphism in the colours of the plumage. A stocky short-tailed parrot, it measures around 35 cm (14 in) in length. The male is mostly bright green with a yellow-tinge on the head. It has blue primaries, and red flanks and underwing coverts. Its tail is edged with a narrow band of creamy yellow, and is dark grey edged with creamy yellow underneath, and the tail feathers are green centrally and more blue as they get towards the edges. The Grand eclectus female is mostly bright red with a darker hue on the back and wings. The mantle and underwing coverts darken to a more purple in colour, and the wing is edged with a mauve-blue. The tail is edged with yellowish-orange above, and is more orange tipped with yellow underneath. The upper mandible of the adult male is orange at the base fading to a yellow towards the tip, and the lower mandible is black. The beak of the adult female is all black. Adults have yellow to gold irises and juveniles have dark brown to black irises. The upper mandible of both male and female juveniles are brown at the base fading to yellow towards the biting edges and the tip.

The above description is for the nominate race. The abdomen and nape of the females are blue in most subspecies, purple abdomen and nape in the subspecies from the north and central Maluku Islands (roratus and vosmaeri), and red abdomen and nape in the subspecies from Sumba and Tanimbar Islands (cornelia and riedeli). Females of two subspecies have a yellow-tipped tail; taken to the extreme in riedeli and vosmaeri which also have yellow undertail coverts. The female vosmaeri displays the brightest red of all the subspecies, both on the head and body.