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Derbyan Parakeet Bird Species Profile Derbyan Parakeet: The Derbyan parakeet is among the rarest of all Psittacula species in mainland Asia. Poaching for the illegal wildlife trade has threatened this species. More >>
Diamond Dove Bird Species Profile Diamond Dove: Diamond doves are easy-going and can be tamed. Although they generally prefer their fellow doves to humans, some diamond doves enjoy being petted and may sit on your hand. Diamond doves are most commonly kept in aviaries and do well in mixed species aviaries. . More >>
Double Yellow-Headed Amazon Bird Species Profile Double Yellow-Headed Amazon: The double yellow-headed Amazon is rarely shy, rather this Amazon parrot is outgoing, intelligent and possess a strong personality. More >>
Dove  Bird Species Profile Dove Species: More than 300 species of doves and pigeons (really the same type of bird, although the term pigeon generally denotes a larger bird) make up the avian family Columbidae in the order Columbiformes. More >>
Ducorp's Cockatoo Bird Species Profile Ducorp's Cockatoo: Ducorp's cockatoos are rare in the United States, but when they are available hand-raised, they make excellent pets. Although they are on the smaller side for cockatoos, they still require a large amount of space to climb and play. More >>
Dusky Lory Bird Species Profile Dusky Lory: While the dusky lory is considered endangered in its natural habitat, it is a popular pet bird and is readily available. Dusky lories, also referred to as banded lories are considered among the most playful of lory species with an excellent talking ability. More >>
Dusky Pionus Bird Species Profile Dusky Pionus: Not as widely kept as other Pionus parrots, the dusky Pionus is enjoying an increase in popularity. Most Pionus parrots easily adapt to their environment, so there is little problem with introduction to a new home. More >>
Dusky-Headed Conure Bird Species Profile Dusky-Headed Conure: The dusky-headed conure is cuddly, clownish and intelligent, but it’s also known as the “quiet” conure. They can be playful but dusky-headed conures also like to snuggle, hiding or falling asleep under shirts or pockets. More >>
Duyvenbody's Lory Bird Species Profile Duyvenbody's Lory: The Duyvenbody's lory, also called the brown lory, is endangered in its natural habitat. The brown lory has a yellow forehead and yellow throat, both of which blend into a grayish-brown. More >>

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