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Parrot News – Please send us your news stories; News from Loro Parque – Reproduction in controlled spaces; Complete Psittacine by Eb Cravens – Does Your Parrot Need a Friend? Part II. Friends for larger birds; The Holistic Parrot by Leslie Moran – More reasons to feed walnuts; Wild Diets – captive options. In this part II of Jamie Gilardi’s article on wild diets, he teams up with Eb Cravens who has always been an advocate of fresh natural foods. The only sure way to adequately reproduce a wild parrot diet with a captive psittacine would be to live in the bird’s native range, and release it daily to feed with others of its own kind. Rather impossible for most pet owners, right?; CITES – Regulations to comply with, by Bernard Sayers; Redrumps have much to recommend them, by Rosemary Low – A request from a reader regarding problems to be avoided by beginners to parrot breeding resulted in my articles in the July and August issues. For those contemplating breeding parakeets the next question is: “Which species can you recommend?”; Parrots under threat at Sangihe and Talaud, by David Waugh, Correspondent, Loro Parque Fundación; Neoplasia in parrots, by Tom Dutton BVM&S CertAVP(ZooMed) DipECZM(avian) MRCVS – Neoplasia (both benign and cancerous) are a fairly frequent diagnosis in pet parrots; Your parrot queries answered – our panel of experts is available to answer all your queries on companion or breeding parrots; Letters; DVDs and Back Issues for sale – a selection of mostly parrot related DVDs and many back issues of this magazine, all with delivery included in the price; Parrots Helpline. If you have a parrot problem – whether it be health, diet, or whatever – you can contact any of the advisors listed here; and lots more…

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