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  • Cockatiel

    Nymphicus hollandicus

    Cockatiels are small parrots native to the Australian outback. In the wild they travel in pairs or small flocks and nest in tree…

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  • Island/Common Canary

    Serinus canaria

    The island canary (or Atlantic canary), is a small songbird native to Portugal, Spain, and the Canary Islands (for which the…

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  • Blue-capped Cordon Bleu

    Uraeginthus cyanocephalus

    The blue-capped cordon bleu is a small finch native to East Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, and Tanzania). They are…

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  • Goldfinch

    Carduelis carduelis

    Goldfinches are small songbirds that naturally occur in Europe, North Africa, and western and central Asia. They are found in…

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  • Long-tailed Finch

    Poephila acuticauda

    The long-tailed finch is a small songbird that is native to the dry grasslands of northern Australia. They feature a striking…

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  • Monk Parakeet (Quaker Parakeet)

    Myiopsitta monachus

    Monk parakeets are medium-sized parrots native to South America. They are abundant and highly gregarious, forming large flocks…

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  • Red Avadavat or Strawberry Finch

    Amandava amandava

    The red avadavat (also known as strawberry finch or red munia) is a sparrow-sized bird that is native to southern Asia.…

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  • African Grey Parrot

    Psittacus erithacus

    African Grey Parrots occur naturally in the moist, lowland forests of western and central Africa, especially Cameroon, Uganda,…

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  • Gouldian Finch

    Erythrura gouldiae or Chloebia gouldiae

    The Gouldian finch (also known as the Lady Gouldian finch, Gould's finch or rainbow finch) is a small, colorful songbird…

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