Seuss Sun Conure
Category: Cockateil Health Videos
I was found hanging out near the flock of wild conures. Mickaboo has taken me in and is getting me vet care. I eat pellets and fruit, and love toys. I’m not a screamer. So, will you give me a forever home? Mar. 28, 2008 I’m just like a teenage boy Sun Conure. I flew away from my home, and when I was out in the wild, I could not find my way home. Thanks to you, Mickaboo, for taking me in and having the doctor check my health. I lost 2 of tail feathers, but doctor said they will grow back. I took my meds and had a recheck. Now, I’m a beautiful and healthy Sun Conure again. I am a very good guy and a great eater. I don’t scream or bite much at all. I’m also chatty and I like to talk into the dish, to make a louder sound. Some times I make human voice, sound like words, and my foster mom said she never can understand what I said. I love to make friends with other sun conures. I love to beg their attention. I am happy to sit on my cage all day and hang up side down. I love the long toys to play, I’m very distributed. I always need a fresh, safe toys supply. I love bathing, more water the better, then show my sexy body, and flap wings burn off my a little energy. I like to sit on you shoulder be scratched, and sit around your neck to keep me warm. I’m a charming little fellow; I can make your day. Seuss has been happily adopted. Nov. 09, 2008
Video Rating: 5 / 5
Tags: Conure, Seuss
The pearl cockatiel is identified by its pearl markings which are usually found on the back, nape and wings. They have scallop-like feathers and have established the third mutation of the cockatiel species. It is significant to note that the pearl in their body is an effect of feather pattern changes, not a color change. The pearl cockatiel has many nicknames: the pearled cockatiel, laced cockatiel, pearly tiels, pearly cockatiel, pearl tiels and opaline cockatiel. The part of their body where the wings, nape and back feathers are edged or laced with the yellow or white color is called pearling. There are both deeply pearled and lightly pearled birds.
Cockatiel color mutations include: cinnamon, fallow, lutino, normal grey, pearl (opaline), pied, silver, whiteface (albino). Cockatiel color cross-mutations include: cinnamon-pearl, cinnamon-pearl-pied, cinnamon-pearl-whiteface, dominant silver-whiteface, lutino-whiteface (albino).
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