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Macaw  Bird Species Profile Macaw Species: Macaws are often described as people’s “dream bird;” that is, the companion parrot they would have if only they owned a home, had a spouse who was as into birds or had the resources to afford the extra-large cage and unending supply of destructible toys macaws need. More >>
Major Mitchell's Cockatoo Bird Species Profile Major Mitchell's Cockatoo: Major Mitchell's cockatoos, also known as Leadbeater's cockatoosu, are salmon-pink colored with a very distinctive crest with yellow and red bands. The bird is named in honor of Major Sir Thomas Mitchell, a surveyor and explorer of Australia in the 1800s. More >>
Mallee Ringneck Parakeet Bird Species Profile Mallee Ringneck Parakeet: While several species within the Barnardius group prefer less handling than Amazons or cockatoos, some owners agree that the Mallee ringneck is an attention-needing bird. More >>
Maroon-Bellied Conure Bird Species Profile Maroon-Bellied Conure: Considered one of the more friendly conures, the maroon-bellied conure is also fairly even-tempered and quiet. The maroon-bellied conure is unlike other conures because of its lower noise level. Once owners get to know their maroon-bellied conure, they often find them to be playful and affectionate. More >>
Masked Lovebird Bird Species Profile Masked Lovebird: Not as common as the Fischer’s or peach-faced lovebird, the masked lovebird is somewhat smaller and not as aggressive as the peach faces. They enjoy chewing and constructs nests in the wild out of twigs, so provide your pet masked lovebird with plenty of toys to chew on. More >>
Maximilian's Pionus Bird Species Profile Maximilian's Pionus: The Maximilian’s Pionus can be a little more mischievous than othe Pionus parrots. While Maximilian’s Pionus parrots are often overlooked because of their lack of bright colors, owners say their sweet personalities win people over. More >>
Mealy Amazon Bird Species Profile Mealy Amazon: Mealy Amazons are often described as the calmest and gentlest of all Amazon species. They tend to get along well with other birds and although initially they may be shy, they bond with their pet bird caregivers and can be quite outgoing. More >>
Meyer's Parrot Bird Species Profile Meyer's Parrot: Although not as active as other Poicephalus parrots, the Meyer’s parrot is popular due to its easy-going personality. Described as a “go with the flow” parrot, Meyer’s parrots are not as active or athletic as other Poicephalus. They are considered more pet birds. More >>
Military Macaw Bird Species Profile Military Macaw: Military macaws are affectionate, but can be aggressive at times. They make good pet birds for an experienced bird owner. The military macaw enjoys cuddling, but can be a little shy. More >>
Mini Macaw  Bird Species Profile Mini Macaw Species: Smaller than the large macaws by a few inches and a few hundred grams, the mini-macaws offer that larger-than-life macaw behavior in a smaller body. They’re friendly, curious and playful – oh, and they make a lot of noise! More >>
Mitred Conure Bird Species Profile Mitred Conure: Mitred conures are known to become very attached to their owners. Mitred conures are playful, loud clowns. These pet birds can also become good talkers and are considered the loudest and most animated of the Aratinga group of conures. More >>
Moluccan Cockatoo Bird Species Profile Moluccan Cockatoo: Moluccan cockatoos are sociable and playful. They demand plenty of interaction and cuddle time. Owners often do not understand how demanding the Moluccan cockatoo can be, making it one of the top cockatoos to be re-homed. They are also intelligent and known for solving puzzles and other games. More >>
Moustached Parakeet Bird Species Profile Moustached Parakeet: With vibrant plumage, moustached parakeets are often considered elegant and lovely. They are one of the smaller members to the Psittacula genus. While not usually popular as companion birds due to their noise level, they are often kept as aviary birds. More >>
Muller's Parrot Bird Species Profile Muller's Parrot: Muller's parrot, also known as the blue-backed parrot, is in the Tanygnathus family of parrots. Although they are not well-established in U.S. aviculture, Muller's parrots kept in as pets or in aviaries exhibit amiable personalities. More >>
Mynah  Bird Species Profile Mynah Species: Somewhat scarce in the United States, mynahs hold the title of best mimics in the avian realm – even better than African greys. Mynahs are playful in other ways, too. They love to hop from perch to perch, and anything left laying around the house is fair game for a mynah’s thieving beak. More >>

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