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German Roller Canary Bird Species Profile German Roller Canary: The German roller canary, also known as the roller canary as well as the Hartz Mountain roller canary, is one of the oldest and best-known song canaries. It is bred solely for its song rather than for physical appearance or color. More >>
Gloster Canary Bird Species Profile Gloster Canary: The Gloster canary is a type canary, bred for its physical appearance rather than for its color or song. Gloster canaries have roundish, compact bodies and are lively and bold. More >>
Goffin's cockatoo Bird Species Profile Goffin's cockatoo: Goffin's cockatoos are the smallest ofthe cockatoo species. Although this species may not be as demanding as other cockatoo, they nonetheless need a sufficient amount of time outside of the cage to play and interact with their owner in order to thrive and prevent destructive behavior. More >>
Gold-Breasted Waxbill Bird Species Profile Gold-Breasted Waxbill: The impossibly tiny and colorful gold-breasted waxbill is a real avian treasure. Gold-breasted waxbills had been classified as a threatened species in the past but their numbers have recovered and they are now available to bird keepers worldwide. More >>
Gold-Capped Conure Bird Species Profile Gold-Capped Conure: In its native habitats of Brazil and Paraguay, the gold-capped conure is threatened by habitat loss; however, this species is readily available as a pet. . More >>
Golden-Mantled Rosella Bird Species Profile Golden-Mantled Rosella: One of the most popular species of rosella, the golden-mantled rosella is gentle and affectionate. They are traditionally aviary birds, but with the proper training and interaction, they make great pets. More >>
Goldie's Lorikeet Bird Species Profile Goldie's Lorikeet: The Goldie’s lorikeet has a calm demeanor, which makes it less high-maintenance than other lories. Goldie’s lorikeets make good pet birds because they are calm and content with staying perched where they remain less hyper than other lory species. More >>
Gouldian Finch Bird Species Profile Gouldian Finch: Gouldian finches often develop a strong bond with their owner and are known for their loyalty. However, the Goundian finch also craves time with other birds. Gouldian finch owners notice these pet birds are intelligent and constantly watching the actions of their caretakers. More >>
Grand Eclectus Bird Species Profile Grand Eclectus: A common misunderstanding of the grand Eclectus is that they are the largest of the subspecies. The grand Eclectus may take more time to warm up to its owner, but be patient with these this intelligent bird. More >>
Great-Billed Parrot Bird Species Profile Great-Billed Parrot: The great-billed parrot is thought to be related to the Eclectus. Great-billed parrots are not commonly kept as pets in the United States, but pet great-billed parrots are known to be calm, gentle birds that enjoy just hanging out with their owners. They are excellent talkers with clear voices. More >>
Greater Indian Hill Mynah Bird Species Profile Greater Indian Hill Mynah: Mynahs are sociable and enjoy positive interaction on a daily basis. They’re also quite active. Mynahs have a captivating personality and often cock their heads when mimicking human voices. They are also curious, playful and inquisitive, and they are constantly moving around their cage. More >>
Greater Vasa Parrot Bird Species Profile Greater Vasa Parrot: The greater vasa parrot is considered among the most unusual parrot species. They have black to gray feathers, with very truncated bodies and long necks. More >>
Green Aracari Bird Species Profile Green Aracari: The green aracari is dimorphic; the female's head and neck are chestnut colored, while the male has a black head and neck. Green aracaris are among the most successfully bred toucans in aviculture. They are friendly and affectionate, making them a popular pet bird. More >>
Green-Cheeked Amazon Bird Species Profile Green-Cheeked Amazon: The brightly colored green-cheeked Amazons' engaging attitude and affectionate personalities make them good family pets. These Amazons like human interaction, and they also do well interacting with other pet birds. More >>
Green-Cheeked Conure Bird Species Profile Green-Cheeked Conure: A green-cheeked conure’s comical and affectionate nature has made it a popular pet bird, but it can be shier than other conures. Although they are less inclined to gnawing or chewing than most conures, green-cheeked conures still enjoy chewing. More >>
Green-Naped Lorikeet Bird Species Profile Green-Naped Lorikeet: Green-naped lorikeets are beautiful, brightly colored birds. As pets, green-naped lorikeets are curious, playful, energetic pet birds that are very entertaining. More >>
Green-Rumped Parrotlet Bird Species Profile Green-Rumped Parrotlet: While parrotlets are active and clownish, green-rumped parrotlet are little more reserved than other parrotlets and may need additional socialization. Similar in personality to Amazon parrots, green-rumped parrotlets are intelligent and affectionate pet birds. More >>
Green-Winged Macaw Bird Species Profile Green-Winged Macaw: More outgoing than some of the other macaws, a green-winged macaw can make an affectionate pet. They are also considered more intelligent of the species. More >>
Grey-Cheeked Parakeet Bird Species Profile Grey-Cheeked Parakeet: Outgoing, but quiet, the grey-cheeked parakeet is a charmer and ideal for apartment dwellers. This pet bird is the most popular species in the Brotogeris genus. More >>
Grey-Headed Parrot Bird Species Profile Grey-Headed Parrot: The grey-headed parrot is a subspecies of the brown-necked parrot, Poicephalus fuscicollis (it is generally believed by experts that the brown-necked parrot is not found in U.S. aviculture). The grey-headed parrot is the largest Poicephalus parrot. More >>
Guyana Toucanet Bird Species Profile Guyana Toucanet: The Guyana toucanet is one of the six species of lowland toucanets. The species is dimorphic; the male has a black head and breast, and the female has a gray breast, black crown and chestnut nape. Both have red and black beaks, red irises, blue skin around the eye and yellow ear patches. More >>

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