AFRICAN GREYS

Description:
The African Greys are primarily ... grey. They have a white area around the eye, and a red tail. There are two types of Greys, the normal Congo African Grey and the Timneh grey. The Timneh grey has a dull red tail. There is a third type of African Grey. They are 13 Inches in length and have a life span of 50 - 65 years.

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ALEXANDERINE

Description:
The Alexandrine Parakeet belongs in the Psittacula, that are known as Parakeets This genus has the distinguishing characteristic of a coloured collar going around the head in the males, or a pronounced stripe running through the chin area. The Alexandrine Parakeets have a large head and bill, a sleek body and a long tapered tail.

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AMAZONS

Description:
Amazons are predominantly green with yellow, red and blue on their wings. They have different coloured heads and tips to their wings depending on the species. Red lord, yellow headed, double yellow headed, orange winged and blue fronted are just a few of the species of Amazon parrots common in the pet trade. They range from 10 inches to 20 inches depending on species.

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BUDGIES

Description:
The normal budgie has a bright green plumage on the chest. The wings are a mix of green with black. The heads of the budgie has black lines covering a yellow head. 
Younger birds have the lines down the forehead, and the eye is entirely black (except for albinos). As the bird matures the lines recede on the forehead, and a white ring forms around the 'pupil' of the eye.

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COCKATIELS

Description:
The cockatiel is a small parrot of the Cacatuidae family. They average 12.8 inches or 32 cm in length (including tail). The cockatiel's distinctive pointed yellow crest is held erect when startled or excited, while a crest slightly tilted indicates a relaxed state of mind. The plumage is generally mid-grey, lighter underneath, with an orange cheek patch and a prominent white blaze on the wings.

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COCKATOOS

Description:
Cockatoos vary in size the most common cockatoos you will find are The White Cockatoos. The most obvious external feature of any cockatoo is the erectile crest that rises immediately after alighting and when alarmed or excited. The strong, heavy beak of the cockatoo is used to crack large seeds but can also produce a powerful and destructive bite.

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CONURES

Description:
There are many types of conures, but these birds are of small build with little But strong beaks. All conures are of bright, stunning colouration and this is why they are common in the pet trade. They have a life span of about 35 years in a good environment.

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ECLECTUS

Description:
Eclectus parrots are one of the only birds you can sex by just looking at them. The male and female Eclectus are very different looking.

The male Eclectus are green with a yellowish beak, while the females are a red colour with a black beak. Underside of male's wing is bright red with a small patch of blue.

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MACAWS

Description:
Macaws are beautiful, brilliantly coloured members of the parrot family. Many macaws have vibrant plumage. The colouring is suited to life in Central and South American rain forests, with their green canopies and colourful fruits and flowers. The birds boast large, powerful beaks that easily crack nuts and seeds, while their dry, scaly tongues have a bone inside them that makes them an effective tool for tapping into fruits.

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