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Eb Cravens presents Volume IV of Psittacine Breeding Tips with advice for the dedicated novice bird breeder; Rosemary Low features Fernanda Guida in part 11 of her series People Helping Parrots; News from Loro Parque: Learning to fly; RSPCA – a new selection of birds for re-homing • Monica Xiao’s cartoon Bird on a Bowl; Breeding Advice – The Double-eyed Fig Parrot, by Jim Hayward; Leslie Moran looks at the role of specific EFAs in her series on Hyperactivity and aggression in parrots; What is light and why is it so important? John Courteney-Smith explains; New bird and annual health checks. Acquiring a new bird is an exciting time for any parrot owner. However ensuring the health of any new bird is of vital importance, both to ensure you bring home a healthy pet, but also to protect the health of any existing feathered friends in the house. Thomas Dutton MRCVS describes a typical health check for parrots; Parrots as companion pets. In the December issue, Clinical Animal Behaviourist, Elaine Henley, provided some sound information on how we can understand the behaviour of our captive birds. In this part 2 of her article, Elaine concludes with further information as to how we can enjoy the best relationship with our feathered companions; Yellow-eared Parrot Unites a Nation. Paul Salaman, Alex Cortes and David Waugh representing Fundación ProAves de Colombia and Loro Parque Fundación tell us about the 20th anniversary of the remarkable project they have been involved in to save the Yellow-eared Parrot (Ognorhynchus icterotis) from extinction, and which has united a nation; and lots more…

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