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Pacific Parrotlet Bird Species Profile Pacific Parrotlet: Consider the most popular of the parrotlet species, the Pacific parrotlet is full of energy and enjoys being included in family activities. Similar in personality to Amazon parrots, pacific parrotlets are intelligent and affectionate pet birds. More >>
Painted Conure Bird Species Profile Painted Conure: The painted conure is a beautifully colored parrot that is rarely seen in captivity. This species is in demand not only because of its striking beauty but also because of its good disposition. Painted conures are intelligent and tend to be quieter than many other conure species. More >>
Parisian-Frilled Canary Bird Species Profile Parisian-Frilled Canary: One look at the Parisian-frilled canary gives a clear idea as to why it is so named. All of the feathers on this bird (except for its tail and flight feathers) are frilled, including a “helmet” of feathers on its head, a “cap” on the forehead, a sideburn effect on its cheeks and a feathered collar. More >>
Parrotlet  Bird Species Profile Parrotlet Species: Although only about 5 inches in length, parrotlets act a lot bigger. Their outgoing dispositions make them a good choice for most pet bird households, although they sometimes land into trouble when chasing other animals or larger birds around. More >>
Patagonian Conure Bird Species Profile Patagonian Conure: One of the larger of the species, Patagonian conures can be demanding, but will charm you with their handsome looks and cuddly nature. Owners have noticed the Patagonian conure differs from other conures because it takes longer to settle in during the evening. More >>
Peach-Faced Lovebird Bird Species Profile Peach-Faced Lovebird: The popular peach-faced lovebird is small in size but big in personality. They enjoy interacting with their owners and love playing with new toys as well. Peach-faced lovebirds will often weave nesting material in the cage bars. More >>
Peach-Fronted Conure Bird Species Profile Peach-Fronted Conure: Peach-fronted conures are widely available and popular. They are comical and outgoing, and can learn to talk, mimick words or short phrases. More >>
Pearl Mutation Cockatiel Bird Species Profile Pearl 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 >>
Pearly Conure Bird Species Profile Pearly Conure: The pearly conure is a brightly colored, playful pet bird that loves to cuddle. The pearly conure looks somewhat similar to the crimson-bellied conure, but its lower breast, abdomen and thighs are green as opposed to bright crimson. The pearly conure has creamy white feathers that cover its ears. More >>
Pied Mutation Cockatiel Bird Species Profile Pied 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 >>
Pigeon  Bird Species Profile Pigeon 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 >>
Pionus  Bird Species Profile Pionus Species: Often compared to Amazons, Pionus parrots are slightly smaller and less boisterous than their Central and South American cousins. They’re outgoing and intelligent and rarely display some of the behavior problems commonly seen in pet birds, such as feather plucking and repetitive screaming. More >>
Plum-Headed Parakeet Bird Species Profile Plum-Headed Parakeet: Generally easy-going, plum-headed parakeets are playful, but fairly quiet. When they are not in the breeding season, plum-headed parakeets interact well with other birds of the same species. They become tame with regular handling and interaction. . More >>
Poicephalus  Bird Species Profile Poicephalus Species: Poicephalus parrots include the Meyer’s, red belly, Jardine’s, Senegal, brown head and uncape parrot. Poicephalus, in general, are not as cuddly as some other medium-sized birds, such as conures, or seize-the day-types like lories and caiques. More >>
Port Lincoln Parakeet Bird Species Profile Port Lincoln Parakeet: Port Lincoln parakeets are the most popularly known Australian parakeets both in the wild and in aviaries. More >>
Princess of Wales Parakeet Bird Species Profile Princess of Wales Parakeet: Popular as an aviary bird, the Princess of Wales parakeet also makes a gentle and quiet pet. These pet birds easygoing, making them prime candidates for housing in an aviary with other birds. The Princess of Wales parakeet is known to be a fearless bird, even in the wild. More >>
Psittacula  Bird Species Profile Psittacula Species: The Psittacula parakeets are intelligent birds that are native to Asia and Africa. They are known as old world parakeets, and include the Alexandrine parakeet, the African ring-necked parakeet, the Indian ring-necked parakeet and the smaller plum-headed parakeet. More >>

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