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Cockatoos Information on behavior and diet for the larger species. African Grey Photo Gallery Information on the African grey, and hundreds of photos submitted by owners from all over the world. Alfie Cockatoo and Company A trained parrot act. Includes booking information, pictures, and other general information. All Macaws by Chris Petrosh Breeder of blue and golds, greenwings, and hyacinths. Avian Companions Breeder of many species of cockatoos. Has species descriptions, photographs, training, humor, stories, videos, and sounds. Also has a cockatoo screensaver. Avian Companions Breeder and trainer of cockatoos …show more content…
CliffordLive Pictures, story and RealPlayer video of a yellow collar macaw. Cockatoo Facts and pictures of the umbrella cockatoo. FAQ's page, where you can enter your questions and comments. The Cockatoo Gallery Information and pictures of eighteen species, some with owner comments. The Cockatoo Lovers' Ring Webring for sites about cockatoos. Cockatoo Rescue and Online Resource Library Facts, articles, recipes and how to make homemade bird toys. Parrot jokes and clipart. Also discussion forum and ads. Cockatoos Information regarding cockatoos and the various species. Cujo Stories and pictures of a moluccan. Communication with Parrots An overview of Dr. Irene Pepperberg's work with Alex, an african grey. Also provides links to various articles about animal/avian behavior. Dandy Diary, sound files, and pictures of a congo. Diamonds Farm Pictures of the macaws that are raised on the farm in Florida. You …show more content…
It's A Grey's Word Learn all about the african grey parrot and other parrots. Many articles, stories, recipes, photos and cartoons. Jaco Stories and pictures of a Congo. Jewel Meet an african grey parrot and hear her talk, wav files. Large Macaw FAQs Read about the different types of large macaws with this guide that discusses their value, personality, and maintenance requirements. Lewinski's Aviary Dedicated to macaws and a cockatoo with some photos. Chat room available to chat about parrots. Things to consider when buying a new bird. The Mac Cam Provides a view of Mac, a scarlet macaw in his huge house playing. It also documents Mac's life. Boko, a congo african grey, can also be seen at this site. Macaw Landing Foundation Dedicated to the preservations of macaws through research, public education and ecotourism. Newsletter, macaws on the endangered species list and field projects. Located in Portland, Oregon. Maggie's Story A citron-crested cockatoo who nearly died from a chest wound. Those Majestic

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