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HRH Rowannicus Rex 18h
Replying to @teamswiftparrot
Massive kudos 👍 thank you for your kindness, compassion and ingenuity, and thanks to all the visionaries who supported crowd-funding that amazing idea 💡
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Parrot Tricks Dec 12
Almost all nest in tree hollows (or nest boxes in captivity), and lay white eggs from which hatch altricial (helpless) young.
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Parrot Tricks Dec 17
If are deprived of stimuli, they can develop stereotyped behaviours and harmful behaviours like self plucking.
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Parrot Tricks Dec 17
working with have identified the need for environmental enrichment to keep parrots stimulated.
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Parrot Tricks Dec 17
Learning in early life is apparently important to all , and much of that learning is social learning.
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SWIFT PARROT Dec 17
The first orange-bellied of the season are hatching!!
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OneEarthConservation 17h
People in the USA spend about 8 billion dollars/year on pet birds. If we instead spent that on parrot conservation around the globe we could arrest hunger, provide jobs,dramatically curb the illegal wildlife trade, and keep flying free. No cages for people or parrots!
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It's Saturday Night with Tom Robertson Dec 11
I only noticed the decline in newspaper journalism when my parrot’s opinions weren’t as informed as they used to be.
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northstar 17h
Replying to @had_enough_yet
Because you talk about my life and my community's life in a place ya don't know. do that.
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Dr Andrew Digby 5h
sites ranger Theo has been leading tree fruit counting on Anchor Island. Early indications are there's still lots of fruit: 22% of rimu tips have new fruit, down from 29% in autumn. Still way higher than ever before, so expecting lots of breeding!
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Animal Rescue League Dec 17
Meet Randy and Andy, a bonded pair of 1-year-old Caique available for adoption at our Boston Adoption Center. This pair loves watching cartoons, grooming each other and expressing their excitement though whistles and squawks!
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Psycat Aurora 5h
Getting good scritches from mumther.
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✨MonGoose✨ 2h
Whenever I change the water this dumb butt has to take a bath
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Saifan Imran Dec 15
Snowee talks. And makes cute noises! Yes I know. It's rare for a / to make cute sounds. But snowee talks as well. The only word he normally says is hello.
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Parrot Tricks Dec 14
that are bred for pets may be hand fed or otherwise accustomed to interacting with people from a young age.
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Wowlpy Dec 16
Catching near me 😂
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Lindy255 12h
Thankfully Rocco's shopping purchase was never completed. via .
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Andy (Cats & snark) Dec 14
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Parrot Tricks Dec 16
As seeds often have poisons to protect them, are careful to remove seed coats which are chemically well defended.
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Parrot Tricks Dec 15
A few species sometimes eat animals and carrion, while the lories and lorikeets prefer floral nectar and soft fruits.
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