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Date:8/20/2014 6:07:02 AM
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HI MANGO!!
Today I will start my campaign by talking about the Cockatiel and hope you will all find it interesting.
Cockatiels are relatively quiet, nondestructive, entertaining birds that are easy to care for.Because they are considered so gentle, they are excellent as companion birds for children.Even though they do not tend to bond with an individual person, they retain better companion bird qualities as a single bird rather than as a pair.However, several Cockatiels may be successfully maintained in a single household with patience and attention to each individual. Cockatiels are limited talkers(males may be better), but some individuals are so good at whistling that their tunes are recognizable.Cockatiels are medium-sized birds that are native to Australia.They are one of the most popular companion birds. They adapt well to captivity and are easily bred housed as pairs in colonies.The "normal" grey cockatiel has the best chance for a relatively long healthy life.Their Vital Statistics are:Body Length:12.5 inches, Body Weight:75-100 G, Age of sexual maturity:6-12 mo& Maximum life span:32 yrs. Tomorrow I will explain how you might be able to tell if you have a Male or a Female bird..Have a wonderful day...With many birdie wing hugs to you....Sam
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