Cockatiel pair

A pair of cockatiels with 2 babies, u must be able to handrear this babies if you take them.1 lutino baby very small, eyes stil me for adoption procedue….

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 while me and my team where in a wildlife forest searching for birds …I kinda thought it was cool I let we all be informed rather than be deform that for every pet bird for rehoming we do deliveries world wide 

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Nature’s appearance speaks for itself

Australian parrots  The Australian king parrot ( Alisterus scapularis ) is endemic to eastern Australia ranging from Cooktown in Queensland through to Port Campbell in Victoria. Found in humid and heavily forested upland regions of the eastern portion of the continent, including eucalyptus wooded areas in and directly adjacent to subtropical and temperate rainforest . […]

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​Greeetings,you are welcome to the birdlife international site, the best birds and fertile eggs suppliers in Africa in collaboration with zoos in Tanzania, cameroon, south africa, austria and lots more. I try hard so as to provide every materials for visitors to our site and happy viewing everyone.   Our bird breeding program strives for […]


Dramatic bird

Cockatoos stand out from other parrot species with their dramatic crest feathers, dusty feathers, and varying shades of white, pink, gray and black. Petcockatoos are often referred to as “velcro”birds because of their highly sociable nature and borderline obsessive need to be around the people in their lives. Cockatoos range insize from medium to large. […]

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Blue grew macaws

The African grey parrot (Psittacus erithacus ) is an Old World parrot in the family Psittacidae . This article describes the Congo African grey parrot . The Timneh parrot (Psittacus timneh) was earlier treated as a subspecies but has since been elevated to a full species. Description The African grey parrot is a medium-sized, predominantly […]

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