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  How to distract a green cheek conure: Even though they are among the smallest species of parrots, green cheek conure has an extravagant personality. To distract them, you need to give them plenty of toys that they can shake, rattle,...
How to recognize a male from a female Conure: The Green-cheeked Parakeet, or Pyrrhura molinae molinae, is a small parrot with a seductive gaze Green cheek conure male vs female How To Tell The Gender of a Green Cheek Conure The Green-cheeked...
  How to train a parrot: In this Article: Preparing for Success Using Basic Training Strategies Trying Variations to Get the Parrot on a Perch Teaching Your Parrot to Speak Related Articles References Any parrot training itself is as unique as...
  Green Cheek Conure Ability To Talk: Are very hardy, playful, and very intelligent birds, they easily learn to imitate sounds, hiss, and talk, and learn a few tricks, if you have the time and patience. How to Get Your Conure...
  Free flight with my conures, my story ... New article and a new story. This time around I would like to share with you the story of Molly Nae, an avid glider who practices free flight. Recently while browsing Facebook, I...
Hand green cheek conure breeding: Green Cheek Conure As I specified in the reproduction part we sometimes end up with hand breeding the cause being bad parents, or to have an extremely sociable companion bird. For or against it is...
Reproduction of conure: The reproduction of pyrrhuras molinae is a subject close to my heart. Because for many years I have been raising this species as a pet bird. Here I am finally approaching the subject in all possible detail. How...
Successful cohabitation between many conure: When you see these 3 pyrrhura conures, you imagine that they have known each other for a long time !!! Well no! The pyrrhura opaline in the center is the newcomer to the name of Opia. He was hand-raised,...

Parrot biting

Parrot biting: Birds can bite and sometimes the injury can be quite serious. However, a well-socialized bird will never bite for no reason; if it does, it is because it feels threatened, disturbed, or to get your attention (a...

Conure mutation

Conure mutation: Lutino mutation in the conure pyrrhura molinae Benjamin Canou returns once again to our site to share with us his feedback on the lutino mutation in the conure pyrrhura molinae. Lutino mutation in the pyrrhura conure bird conure types A...

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