Lisa Longo from Animal Académie enlightens us in a “Did you know that…”: The beak of our parrots is equipped with tactile organs. All the little dots that you see in the photo opposite are receivers allow you...
My last article on herd relationships dates back some time (Click here). Since this post at the end of December, things have changed. Perry seemed disinterested in a possible new friendship with Moriarty and I simply attributed to...
The beautiful season is coming ... and our birds too can suffer from the heat! Amandine Diot has an article on the subject, good reading! The beautiful days are fast approaching, summer is setting in, the sun is...
Physical descriptionThe body is small, graceful and elongated, gray-pink or gray-blue feathers depending on the mutations that exist the color of this parakeet can vary, the eyes are dark its tail is half its size. Cut19 cm Lifetime12 years SexingThe...
Physical descriptionLarger than the omnicolor parakeet, the Pennant's parakeet is characterized by its general red coloration. Only the cheeks, the edge of the wings and the tail are bright blue. It is not likely to go...
Lennie Milestone: On my finger! Some of my recent posts were about milestones Moriarty has been successful as he settles down. But milestones don't need to be about young people or those in new developing...
Birds can be prone to behavioral disturbances, especially if they lack attention and entertainment. Most of these problems are resolved, but often you have to be patient. Crier bird remedies The goal is to show the bird very...
Physical descriptionThe basic color of the body is bright red. Its wings are green with some blue undertones. Part of the tail is blue-green. The shoulders are covered with yellow-red feathers. Note that in...
Physical descriptionThe head and the belly are orange, the breast and the back are yellow, the primary flight feathers are edged with green while the large flight feathers are blue.The circumference of the eye which describes a large...
You have surely already noticed that your bird uses its right paw or its left paw instead ... So what is it really? Sydney biologists have noticed a complete match between vision and limb use in parrots in Australia!...

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