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Vincent, the St. Vincent

Find out how this rare Amazon was hatched

By Pauline James

Vincent, the rare St. Vincent AmazonAfter the exciting announcement back in August 2008 that the Houston Zoo had “notched-up” its third breeding of the rare St. Vincent Amazon (Amazona guildingii), with the successful hatching of Vincent. Chris Holmes, Bird Department Supervisor at Houston Zoo, kindly took some time out from his bird keeping duties to speak to freelance writer Pauline James.

 **For the full article, pick up the March 2009 issue of BIRD TALK**

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