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Nanday Conure Bird Species Profile Nanday Conure: The intelligent nanday conure often enjoys learning tricks with family members to keep their minds stimulated. Nanday conures often expresses itself vocally and uses learned words, phrases or other sound effects, such as purrs or kissing noises. More >>
Naturalized Quaker Bird Species Profile Naturalized Quaker: Quakers are play and curious small parrots. They also make good companion pets. They enjoy having a secure nest for playing and roosting, but can become aggressive when defending their territory. They are excellent nest builders and will enjoy shredding paper. More >>
Niam Niam Parrot Bird Species Profile Niam Niam Parrot: The Niam Niam parrot, endemic to Central Africa, is a mostly green parrot with a brown head and a red iris. It is not kept in captivity in the United States, and it is almost unknown in aviculture. More >>
Noble Macaw Bird Species Profile Noble Macaw: The noble macaw is fearless and enjoys testing boundaries, but this pet bird will win you over with its playful manner and comical nature. Owners describe noble macaws as inquisitive. The noble macaw is an intelligent bird that can be easily handled, regardless of experience. More >>
Normal green type Budgie Bird Species Profile Normal green type Budgie: One of the most commonly kept pet bird in the United States, budgerigars are chatterboxes that love to play and hop around on their playgyms and sometimes their owners. This pet bird is active and curious, and will use all the cage room an owner can provide for it. More >>
Normal grey Cockatiel Bird Species Profile Normal grey 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 >>
Norwich Canary Bird Species Profile Norwich Canary: The Norwich canary, one of the oldest canary types developed in England, is often referred to as the John Bull canary because of its bullish appearance. It is a thickset bird with a big head and heavy brows. It is also a type canary, bred for its physical appearance rather than its song. More >>

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