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Saffron Finch Bird Species Profile Saffron Finch: The saffron finch is a large and impressive finch and is really a cousin of the tanagers. Saffrons are handsome birds, but they can also be aggressive. More >>
Scarlet Macaw Bird Species Profile Scarlet Macaw: Scarlet macaws are cuddly and playful. They need positive interaction and plenty of hard toys to chew on. Owners who favor scarlet macaws express the importance of hugging and showing affection toward this often misunderstood pet bird. More >>
Scarlet-Chested Parakeet Bird Species Profile Scarlet-Chested Parakeet: Along with the turquoisine parakeet, the scarlet-chested parakeets is one of the most temperamental and quirky Australian parakeet. The scarlet-chested parakeet may need additional attention because they can be fragile birds. They need warmer housing to ensure the longevity. More >>
Senegal Parrot Bird Species Profile Senegal Parrot: Senegal parrots are affectionate and need enough attention to keep them from getting bored, but is independent enough to spend time on a playgym. Senegal owners find their birds to be smart, loving as well as strong-minded. More >>
Severe Macaw Bird Species Profile Severe Macaw: The outgoing severe macaw can become little comedians when taught tricks and phrases early on. They enjoy an active household. More >>
Shaft-Tailed Finch Bird Species Profile Shaft-Tailed Finch: Shaft-tailed finches are popular cage birds all over the world because they are hearty, handsome and easy to care for. They are bold birds and seem to enjoy interacting with their owners from inside their flight cages or aviary. More >>
Slaty-Headed Parakeet Bird Species Profile Slaty-Headed Parakeet: The slaty-headed parakeet, also sometimes referred to as the Himalayan slaty-headed parakeet or Hodgson's parakeet, is among the group of ring-necked parrots. These birds are very active and require a large cage with enough space to move around and plenty of toys to keep them busy. More >>
Slender-Billed Corella Bird Species Profile Slender-Billed Corella: The slender-billed corella is uncommon as a pet, although it is a sought-after pet bird because of its amazing ability to mimic words as well as sentences so clearly. More >>
Society Finch Bird Species Profile Society Finch: Their willingness to bond and even sit with their owners make society finches popular pet birds. Society finches are friendly and get along well with other species of birds. They make good parents, and they breed easily and successfully. More >>
Solomon Islands Eclectus Bird Species Profile Solomon Islands Eclectus: One of the most popular species of Eclectus among bird owners, the Solomon Islands Eclectus is particularly docile and gentle. While Solomon Islands Eclectus parrots are content with entertaining themselves, they need human interaction on a regular basis as well. More >>
Spanish Timbrado Canary Bird Species Profile Spanish Timbrado Canary: The Spanish timbrado canary, the newest breed of song canaries, was developed in the 1940s and 1950s. It is the result of crossing the wild canary with the song bird of Spain. The bird's name, like its song, suggests the chattering of Spanish castanets. More >>
Spectacled Parrotlet Bird Species Profile Spectacled Parrotlet: Spectacled parrotlets are beautifully colored, animated birds known for their spunky, sweet personalities. Although they are endangered in the wild, they have been easy to breed and, therefore, are available as pet birds. They are inquisitive and despite their tiny size, tend to be rather fearless. More >>
Spice Finch Bird Species Profile Spice Finch: The spice finch, also called the nutmeg finch as well as scaly-breasted munia or spotted munia, is a hardy, peaceful bird that does well either in a flight cage, bird room or an aviary. They are active and energetic birds. More >>
Stafford Canary Bird Species Profile Stafford Canary: Stafford canaries were developed in the 1980s in Stafford, England. They are a cross between the Gloster and red-factor types. The Stafford canary is a type canary, bred for its physical appearance rather than its song. More >>
Star Finch Bird Species Profile Star Finch: The star finch is a calm, peaceful bird that is critically endangered in its natural habitat. Because of its good nature, the star finch can be housed with other non-aggressive birds. Star finches are named for their white spotting, which gives them a starry appearance. More >>
Strawberry Finch Bird Species Profile Strawberry Finch: The strawberry finch is a true songbird; the male of this species sings melodic songs resembling the clarity of a flute. The strawberry finch derives its name from the male, which has rich, red plumage during breeding season. It becomes a more subdued brownish color when breeding season ends. More >>
Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo Bird Species Profile Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo: Sulpher-crested cockatoos sociable and playful. They are also demanding birds that need plenty of interaction and cuddle time. They are smart and known for solving puzzles and other games. More >>
Sun Conure Bird Species Profile Sun Conure: Recognized for their beautiful plumage, sun conures are also known for their vocalizing. They are intelligent, playful, and are quieter if kept as single pets. Sun conures make good pet birds for a family because of their sociable, upbeat and affectionate personality. More >>
Swainson's Lorikeet Bird Species Profile Swainson's Lorikeet: The Swainson's lorikeet, also known as the blue mountain lorikeet, is a beautifully colored bird, and is often called the prettiest of the rainbow lorikeets. They are endangered in the wild due to habitat loss, and they are not commonly kept as pet birds in the United States. More >>
Swainson's Toucan Bird Species Profile Swainson's Toucan: Swainson's toucan, also known as the chestnut-mandible toucan, is the second largest of the toucan species. . More >>

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