Singing Wings Aviary

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Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo

Major Mitchell’s cockatoos happen to be one of the most beautiful of all cockatoos. Resembling its cousin rose-breasted cockatoos in appearance and coloration, these birds are highly expensive, being suitable for aviaries and parks.

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Military Macaw

Military macaw parrots are rather beautiful birds found in Mexico and South America. They look similar to the great green macaw, also known as the Buffon’s macaw, but are a little smaller than the latter. The military macaws have been so named because of their plumage resembling the color of a military parade uniform.

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Umbrella Cockatoo (White Cockatoo)

Umbrella cockatoos are medium-sized cockatoo found in Indonesia. It has considerable popularity as pets but demands high-maintenance. It can be an intelligent, playful and cuddly companion to its owner provided it is given all the attention and its health needs are fulfilled.

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Black-Cheeked Lovebird

The Black-Cheeked Lovebird is a small adorable African parrot species. They are on top of the endangered list due to rapid habitat loss and limited distribution area.

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Red-Bellied Parrot

The red-bellied parrot is commonly found in countries like Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia. One of the smaller kinds of the parrot family, this bird is sexually dimorphic with a robust coloration.

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Eclectus Parrot

The eclectus parrot is a bird with strikingly vibrant appearance, found in Australia, Makulu Islands, Solomon Islands and New Guinea. It is unique in the fact that the sexual dimorphism between the two sexes is so much that ornithologists had initially thought that the two were different species.

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Yellow-Crested Cockatoo

The yellow-crested cockatoo, much similar to its cousin the sulphur-crested cockatoo in appearance is commonly found at an elevation of 1200 meters off sea level. It happens to be a beautiful cockatoo species with males being larger than the females.

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Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo

The sulphur-crested cockatoo, one of the larger species of the Australian cockatoos, is an excellent bird with a marvelous appearance and unique characteristics. It has derived its name due to the sulphur-yellow crest. Although its origin is rooted in Australia, presently, this is a common bird to be seen in Papua New Guinea, Palau, New...

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Cape Parrot

Cape parrots are a species of large Poicephalus parrots that are gaining popularity as pets due to their endearing characteristics. Originally thought to be a subspecies of P. fuscicollis, alongside the brown-necked parrot and grey-headed parrot, it has since been given its own distinct species.

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Timneh African Grey

The Timneh (pronunciation: tim-nuh) African grey parrot, found in West Africa, is part of the genus given the moniker, ‘the Einstein’s of the bird world,’ and by no means is the epithet a stretch. It is rapidly catching up with the Congo African grey in terms of popularity for adoption as pets, and with good...