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Boy Or Girl?

Knowing your bird’s gender helps with more than just naming.

By Birds USA Editors

Gender plays a significant role in your pet bird's behvior For a lot of bird owners, when they first set eyes on “the one,” the name comes quickly and effortlessly. You know that no other name will do but “Freddie” for your lovebird. And for a year, Freddie goes about his life as the feathered little man of the house.

**For the full article, pick up the 2010 issue of Birds USA or click here to buy the issue.**



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I will have to get this, sound cool.
Karis, CR, CO
Posted: 10/29/2011 7:04:56 AM
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