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Anguel Iordanov Jun 16
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Natalie Borges 16m
Replying to @coollikeasquid
First, I'm into because I understand them and feel like they understand me. I have issues, been told I'm too sensitive. Kind of like a parrot. Which makes me well adapted to meet their psychological and emotional needs in that regard. I get it, and them.
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The Parrot Fund 1h
New vaccine could help save critically endangered orange-bellied parrot:
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David C. Simon Jun 17
This pair of Galahs (The Ironbarks, both regulars here) were visiting us today when it started to rain. They reacted by being Galahs.
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Anguel Iordanov 2h
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TOP's Parrot Food 2h
Last but not least, Sergeant was a pleasure to have at our photo shoot. While lacking sight, he still kept us all on our toes with his antics. How can you not smile when you see his red tuft?
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Feathers Farm Jun 18
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Katie Bruce Jun 17
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Parrots magazine 7m
Leslie Moran shares about raspberries & their unique contribution to good health. A health promoting & tasty treat for your birds. Buy this issue at or call us on 01273 464777.
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Dr Andrew Digby Jun 21
are full of character. The 3 chicks at hand-rearing in Invercargill deciding whether to investigate the camera. They'll go to Whenua Hou in early July for weaning.
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mind-if-i-scream 2h
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Loroo Jun 16
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psyanide Jun 22
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Myfanwy 18h
“Nobody at the festival explicitly said “a small percentage of birdos are as crazy as a troopy full of emus” but they might have sort of alluded to it”
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Dr Andrew Digby Jun 23
A bit of Sinbad for your Sunday. This taken during artificial insemination attempts in the summer. We're waiting to find out if we were successful - 10 years after the first and last time AI worked.
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Dr Andrew Digby 9h
It turns out that chicks love silver beet. We give hand-reared chicks fruit and vegetables to vary their diet. These chicks will return to Whenua Hou soon to finish the weaning process.
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Griffin Angela Jun 22
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B4ThePitch Jun 18
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Winged Wonders Jun 19
Did you know cockatiels are prone to night terrors and night frights? Their eyesight is poor in the dark, so it never hurts to give them a nightlight for better, more restful sleep!
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Dr Andrew Digby 11h
Hand-reared chicks have to learn how to eat adult foods, including the pellets we provide to optimise productivity in breeding seasons. Here's Stella-1-B-19 having a try.
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