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Caique  Bird Species Profile Caique Species: Caiques are always on the go and are lovingly described by owners as the "ADD" parrot. Native to South America, the enthusiasm a caique puts into everything it does makes it an attractive and comical pet. More >>
Canary  Bird Species Profile Canary Species: The quintessential pet bird, the canary has enjoyed steady popularity for more than a century. More >>
Canary-Winged Parakeet Bird Species Profile Canary-Winged Parakeet: The canary-winged parakeet is known for its agility and enjoys spending time hanging upside down on a playgym. They are also affectionate. These pet birds like to play, so provide them with a variety of choice of toys rotated often. More >>
Cape Parrot Bird Species Profile Cape Parrot: The Cape parrot is one of the common names for the grey-headed parrot (Poicephalus fuscicollis suahelicus). This parrot is often confused with the Cape parrot (Poicephalus robustus), a species that is critically endangered in the wild and is not in U.S. aviculture. More >>
Cardinal Lory Bird Species Profile Cardinal Lory: Cardinal lories are endangered in the wild and rare as pets. The cardinal lory is a beautiful, bright red bird with some black coloring around its eyes. More >>
Chattering Lory Bird Species Profile Chattering Lory: The chattering lory is large, playful, outgoing and, at times, mischievous. Chattering lories are charming, clownish birds, but can also be feisty and aggressive at times, according to Margrethe Warden, an American Lory Society director and lory breeder. More >>
Cherry-Headed Conure Bird Species Profile Cherry-Headed Conure: The cherry-headed conure, also referred to as the red-masked parakeet, is currently a threatened species in its natural habitat. This bird has beautiful green plumage and a red head, except for the back half of the cheeks. More >>
Cinnamon Mutation Cockatiel Bird Species Profile Cinnamon Mutation Cockatiel: Cockatiels are curious birds that will snoop around and climb into nooks and crannies, bookcases, cabinets and other tight spots to investigate. These pet birds also enjoy tasting the food their owners are eating. More >>
Citron-Crested Cockatoo Bird Species Profile Citron-Crested Cockatoo: Citron-crested cockatoos, also called Sumba cockatoos because of the Indonesian island Sumba from which they originate, are critically endangered. More >>
Clonclurry Parakeet Bird Species Profile Clonclurry Parakeet: The Clonclurry parakeet is one of the Australian ringnecks. While most of these birds have an aggressive nature, this pet bird has the more mellow temperament. More >>
Cockatiel  Bird Species Profile Cockatiel Species: As the U.S.’s favorite bird, the cockatiel’s talent lies in its whistle. Male cockatiels are more inclined to come up with elaborate songs; either made up, renditions of popular songs or mixtures of both. More >>
Cockatoo  Bird Species Profile Cockatoo Species: Cockatoos can’t seem to shake the “velcro bird,” moniker. These birds have a tendency to want to be everywhere their people are. The cockatoo’s cuddly nature is definitely one of its biggest draws. More >>
Collared Aracari Bird Species Profile Collared Aracari: The collared aracari is an active, gregarious bird that has become more common as a pet or aviary bird, due to its hardiness and because it’s easy to breed. Collared aracaris are friendly and docile, particularly when hand-fed, and they thrive on companionship. More >>
Congo African Grey Bird Species Profile Congo African Grey: The Congo African grey enjoys socializing, but its behavior is often affected by the owner’s mood and home environment. This pet bird isn’t known as a cuddler, but it does enjoy a head scratch and intelligent conversation. More >>
Conure  Bird Species Profile Conure Species: Playful, fun-loving, bold and inquisitive are all traits that describe a conure, but one word is true for them all: loud! More >>
Coral-Billed Pionus Bird Species Profile Coral-Billed Pionus: The coral-billed Pionus, sometimes also called the red-billed Pionus, is rather quiet and reserved, compared to many other parrot species. They are not particularly playful but can bond to their owner and will enjoy having their head or neck scratched from a trusted person. More >>
Crested Canary Bird Species Profile Crested Canary: The crested canary is a "type canary," meaning it is bred for its physical characteristics (particularly its crest) rather than its color or song. It is one of several canary varieties with a tuft of feathers around the top of its head. More >>
Crimson Rosella Bird Species Profile Crimson Rosella: Crimson rosellas are quiet and gentle. They are often kept in an aviary, but if hand-fed and played with daily they can make excellent pet birds. If housed in an aviary, it is recommended to place perches on either side to encourage flying for exercise. More >>
Crimson-Bellied Conure Bird Species Profile Crimson-Bellied Conure: The crimson-bellied conure is sometimes referred to as the crimson-bellied parakeet as well. This species is sometimes confused with the pearly conure. More >>
Curl-Crested Aracari Bird Species Profile Curl-Crested Aracari: The curl-crested aracari is a beautifully colored, glossy-feathered bird with curled feathers on its crown. It is one of only three toucan species with red feathers on the nape and shoulders, and it is the most colorful of small toucan species. More >>

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