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    Finsch's Pygmy Parrot

    Why not sent this artical to the World Parrot trust. They just might publish it!
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    Parrots in East Yorkshire

    The Dutch O-W Amazon has been surviving for several years.
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    Parrots in East Yorkshire

    Story continues: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/Amazon-jungle-parrots-find-new.4050041.jp
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    Parrots in East Yorkshire

    could be, but I never find such explenations satisfying. For Peru it might be the salt content of the clay which the macaws are after. In Costa rica it actualy might be the detox effect. There may be several reasons, depending on the season & area. They feed the clay and also chunks of dead...
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    Parrots in East Yorkshire

    I think that Ring-necked parakeets could survive European winters without human aid like from bird tables. But they could never sustain the large populations that there are now. They range in a far more restricted urban area in winter then in summer. The Ring-necks do eat mortar in the...
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    Parrots in East Yorkshire

    I have made post about these finding on our site: http://www.cityparrots.org/2008/03/10/amazon-parrots-in-east-yorkshire-uk/
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    Parrots in East Yorkshire

    Great observation! Would love to learn more about them! They are Amazona amazonica or orange winged amazon parrots. We had more reports of them from the UK! http://www.flickr.com/photos/yameza/sets/72157602553944566/ Please add these photo's to our flikr group on city parrots...
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    Help save Black Cockatoos!

    Dear Tannin, I was made to belief he was the one responsible. I will inform if these details should be changed. Thanks for pointing this out. Cheers, Roelant www.cityparrots.org
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    Help save Black Cockatoos!

    Video here: http://www.cityparrots.org/2007/05/17/help-save-black-cockatoos/ During the Parrot International Symposium Rosemary Low showed us this remarkable video of a an Australian couple, David and Deidre Patterson, who are working hard to save two distinct subspecies of black cockatoos from...
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