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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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Meet Ollie, the six-month-old sun conure. He was a Christmas present for my sister Katie and I, and he has fitted in well as part of our family.
This is one of the richest destinations in the Amazon for biodiversity and its possible to observe mammals, butterflies, orchids and endemic birds, such as the white-cheeked spider monkey (Ateles marginatus), red-nosed saki (Chiropotes albinasus), cryptic forest falcon (Micrastur mintoni), crimson-bellied conure (Pyrrhura perlata), black-girdled barbet (Capito dayi), Brazilian tapir, sloths and giant otters.
Deborah Butterfield's abstract Conure (2007) sculpture reminds us of a horse but is clearly not made from flesh and bone, but of found metal pieces.
SAY hello to Mojo and Proseco they are a pair of kakariki parakeets that came into the centre after being abandoned in an empty property, they are a type of conure. Conures are very playful, so will need lots of toys to keep them entertained.
Creatures that crave the love of visitors at Modhesh World include: Rabbits, Hamsters, Guiney-pigs, Chickens, Ducks, McCaw, Cockatoo, Sun Conure, Parakeets, Love Birds, Goat, Sheep, Snake, Tortoise and Shetland Pony, the largest and most photographed of animals at the farm.
data), and golden conure (Guaruba guarouba) (Esteves et al., unpub.
Burglars took off with Biggles, a Conure parrot, after raiding Patrick McCann's house in a village near Stockton.
Now, she has a parrot, a green-cheeked conure, called Birdoole.
Mario is married to Jan Vaden, with four children, four dogs and two Green Cheek Conure Birds.
It has also been reported in many avian species, including a pheasant (OZMEN, 2012), a penguin (RENNER et al., 2001), a crane (ALLEN et al., 1985), an orange-winged Amazon parrot (COLEMAN, 1991), a blue-and-gold macaw (DEGERNES, 1998) and a peach-fronted conure (GIBBONS et al., 2002).