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conure

(ˈkɒnjʊə)
n
(Animals) any of various small American parrots of the genus Aratinga and related genera
[C19: from New Latin conurus, from Greek kōnos cone + oura tail]
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Her feathers were ruffled again when nine-month-old maroon-bellied conure Mellie took flight on October 3.
Mario is married to Jan Vaden, with four children, four dogs and two Green Cheek Conure Birds.
Several coagulopathies have been described in avian species, the most common being rodenticide toxicosis, (1-6) fatty liver disease of chickens, (7) hemorrhagic disease in canaries (Serinus canarius), (8) and conure bleeding syndrome.
We found ABV RNA by rRT-PCR in a whiteeyed conure nestling (Aratinga leucophthalmus, bird no.
One species, the orange-fronted conure, may have evolved this ability in order to communicate with specific individuals in other flocks, according to Thorsten Balsby from the University of Aarhus, Denmark and colleagues from the University of Copenhagen.
Neon shoes, like the Dune Helium Platform Sandals, [euro]144 or Love Label Conure Corsage Multi Colour Wedges, [euro]59 are a great way to jazz up a simple pair of jeans.
He found two gold-coloured cages with 10 birds in them - six Quaker parrots and four Conure parakeets.
a bright green Nanday conure with a black head and a very sharp beak.
His favorite was Connor, an independent blue-headed conure who lived among the mostly cherry-headed flock.
Now the Blue Crowned Conure parrot is back home safe and well after she was found perched on a shed roof by a man three miles away in Blyth on Wednesday.
Keith McDonald, 48, passed off hundreds of cheap Conure parrots trapped in the wild as valuable hand-reared Macaws.
The disappearance of the four-year-old parrot has left owner Melanie Edwards as sick as a missing Green Cheek Conure.