cockatiel


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cockatiel

small, canary-sized Australian parrot, crested and brown with a yellow head. Popular as cage pets because of their speed in learning to converse with humans and engaging personalities. Called also quarrian, Nymphicus hollandicus.
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The man who recorded the video, Ben Pluimer, said in the description that the cockatiel only performs its strange habit when it gets upset.
Earlier, the chief guest along with others had a round of the show and saw the Budgerigar and Cockatiel arrangements of different participants.
Answer: Cockatiels are highly adaptable as pets in apartments as they are very entertaining and take up less space than other pets.
A veterinarian came for the cockatiel, Downing came by with a couple of other firefighters, and Davis got everyone, including Rocky and Fifi, on the bus for the 1-mile ride to Sacred Heart Church.
Laura bought the cockatiel 10 weeks ago when he was two months old.
fingers So, since his arrival, I've been researching the natural history of the cockatiel and its chequered relationship with man in the hope that we can get beyond our initial differences.
Keeping with the dog-names theme, when they were gifted with a gray cockatiel shortly after Fido died, they named their new bird "Spot.
Both mother and son pleaded guilty at Trafford Magistrates' Court to causing unnecessary suffering to the cockatiel.
An animal welfare officer present also noticed a cockatiel in the store that appeared to be in distress.
Officers said they had to provide the animals with food and water and removed 22 dead animals including a finch, cockatiel and an Amazon parrot - the latter from the freezer.
A Certain colours of cockatiel can add pigment to their beaks as they age but this would be a very slow process.
London, Nov 20 (ANI): A pet cockatiel that went missing for two days was reunited again with his owners after he spoke with them on the phone.