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budgerigar, budgie


budgerigar fledgling disease
a polyomavirus infection of young psittacines that causes failure of feather growth, hepatic and renal necrosis, and sometimes death.
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One of the budgies was in a collapsed state at the bottom of the cage, and on veterinary advice, had to be put down.
I was taking the mick out of Budgie during my speech," smiled Keith.
Budgies are very easy to keep and as a member of the parrot family they can be good talkers and, as the Examiner pointed out, they are social birds.
The budgie remembers the scent of cattle flanks sizzling in liquefied garlic.
It was this club that Ali al Habsi joined in 2003, thanks to the initiative of Budgie.
HERE, THE VICTIM SPEAKS FOR THE FIRST TIME ABOUT HER BREAK-IN ORDEAL AND THE DEATH OF HER BUDGIE
It was only a couple of hours after I left his house that I realised we had a pet budgie called Duke when we were kids.
People from three continents have been eager to buy the victim a new budgie, South Wales Police said yesterday.
Caninus is more of the same, a little slower and dirgier, but with Budgie and Basil (two pit bulls) filling out the "vocal" duties with snarls, barks and growls.
The band's drummer, Budgie, a k a Pete Clark, says one reason they reunited was as a gesture to longtime supporters.
provider of next generation airline reservation and distribution management systems, was honored at the World Low Cost Airlines Congress as the winner of the "Best Technology Provider" category of the Budgie Awards.
If anyone is offered a budgie for sale or has information about this incident, I would urge them to call the police.