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TRISNO - 2011-01-11
Good afternoon,,
I want to know how to order the NORWICH CANARY?
And how to delivery to INDONESIA COUNTRY?
Please sent the catalogue of the NORWICH CANARY in my Email Address

Thanks,,
Trisno (INDONESIA)

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  • DUNCAN OSBORNE - 2011-07-23
    Hi there. Here is a web address. They have a book called the norwich canary and you can order the book from them via paypal and you do not have too have a paypal account. www.canarybooks.co.uk
  • johan kartawidjaja - 2014-06-04
    Hi Trisno, I have friend who sells Norwich in Bandung-Indonesia, his name is Bobby Hartono, email: bobz.hart@yahoo.com Mobile : +62 819 1022 6626/ whatapps: +62 819 1022 6626 Address : jln. Kiaracondong 338-Bandung Hope this will help you to get Norwich Rgrds, Johan
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Animal-World info on Yorkshire Canary
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bejo - 2012-04-26
What is the price per head to Yorkshire canary in Indonesia? Approximately 5 tail until Indonesia costs how much?

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  • johan kartawidjaja - 2014-06-04
    sir, You can check and get price quotations for Yorkshires by contacting, Bobby Hatono,email: bobz.hart@yahoo.com Mobile: +62 819 1022 6626/ whatapps: +62 819 1022 6626 Address: jln. Kiaracondong 338-Bandung Rgrds, Johan
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Kios Kenari Depok - 2014-01-02
hello canary breeders canary yokshire how to imfort to indonesia.? please if you can help me, you can send an email to ochafisasta@ymail.com I need a parther to export from there to my country, and what conditions to send his official reply. what is the total cost and trouble, you can email it to me. thank you in advance.

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  • Kredit Tanpa Anggunan - 2014-05-02
    Excuse me sir, please yorkshire canary guided buying process as well as its delivery process and how much the total payments for 10 tails yorkshire Canaries. Thank you.
  • johan kartawidjaja - 2014-06-04
    Sir, if you need Yorkshire canaries, you can contact Bobby Hartono, email: bobz.hart@yahoo.com Phone : 0819 1022 6626 whatapps: 0819 1022 6626 Address: jl. Kiaracondong 338,Bandung Hope he can help you, thank you. Regards, Johan
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budi sutrisno - 2014-05-03
Please inform us, I want to know if I want to buy a canary yorkshire from holland, are there distributors/agents where I can contact? I will wait soon for information, thanks.

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  • johan kartawidjaja - 2014-06-04
    If you want to get some information about Yorkshire stock availibility and prices, please contact Bobby Hartono,email:bobz.hart@yahoo.com Mobile:+62 819 1022 6626 / whatapps:+62 819 1022 6626 Hope he can help you,thank you. Rgrds.
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Don - 2013-05-15
Just spotted the pin tailed Whyda in my back yard in La Habra Heights, CA (Southern CA). As soon as I saw it I knew it was not in my backyard bird book! Searched the net and found out what it was. I am guessing it escaped a sanctuary or someone had it as s pet.

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  • Clarice Brough - 2013-05-15
    Yeah, not the typical backyard bird in your area huh? Glad you could ID it and hope you can locate its place of escape:)
  • Rick - 2014-06-04
    We also live in La Habra Heights and have had a male at our feeders off and on for the past year. Two females or juveniles joined him briefly, but have not returned. My wife and I enjoy his arrival and displays, and the many other birds at our feeds are not particularly afraid of his antics.
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Shaon Ahmed - 2012-11-12
Hyarlet macaw is the best name of this breed. hope so...

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  • Joel Rosario - 2013-10-19
    Hylet macaw. 



    This shall be the name .
  • Anonymous - 2014-06-04
    Phoenix Macaw!
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Catherine - 2014-06-04
I have had my beautiful Gypsy for two years now. She will be nine in October. I adopted gypsy from a friend who was extremely busy and couldn't commit to caring for gypsy any more, he had gypsy for six and a half years. Gypsy is a chewer/plucker and has been since she was young, a year or so roughly. The breeder who sold gypsy originally to the pet store failed to mention gypsy had a gimp foot which causes gypsy to fall from her perch causing her a severe injury, in which my friend chose to keep her for several years. Gypsy had literally cracked her chest open as a baby and basically started plucking and chewing her feathers then and has pretty much continued ever since. To prevent injuries, ever since her first fall as a baby, her cage floor is padded with pillows or foam bed toppers to protect her when/if she falls from her perch. It does make cleaning her cage more work but she is more than worh the work. She talks fairly well- says hi gypsy, hi gypsy girl, makes kissing sounds, lots of other odd and funny sounds, unfortunately she says a few swear words as her former owner was male, she also tells my other birds to shut up ( I have two quaker parrots), she was with other birds in the past also. She loves to play with any kind of a ball, and if she doesn't like a food, or is just being silly she'll run (actually hobble) to the nearest corner and make like she's a chicken and do these hilarious motions likes she's truly a chicken. She's a huge suck and very affectionate now compared to our first 6 months where my arm had several bruises/ lumps etc from our adjustment period during her first six months with me. She nuzzles me with her beak, stretches her neck and cuddles under my neck and coos. She loves to play with my male quaker Romeo they are hilarious! Gypsy and my female quaker Juliet have a mutual respect for each other for the most part but don't really interact that much together as they both compete for Romeos time and affection lol. I love my Gypsy girl! I'm so glad I adopted her as she has made huge progress. Unfortunately I've been told she's probably done folical damage and her feathers will never grow in where she's chewed them ( her entire stomach- she constantly gets new feathers and always has light feathers on her tummy but will never be full feathers, also back of her neck is a small area she picks/chews and each wing (shoulder area) are tiny spots she pick/chews.She no longer picks/chews her feathers on her neck and legs which makes me happy. I spray bathe her five days a week and blow dry her on low heat which she loves and her healthy feathers are beautiful and vibrant. She also had beak issues in which she'd get overgrowth and the bottom part of her beak was very brittle and prone to fine cracks. I have her groomed every six weeks and a piece of cuttlebone every other day has resolved her brittle lower beak which is wonderful as the calcium has strengthened her beak. Our home would not be the same without our gypsy girl!!!

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Wanda Reveron - 2014-06-03
I rescued my Shamrock Macaw 16 years ago, even though at times it was difficult to handle her, I will never regret rescuing her. She came to me from a mutual friend that could not handle her, the poor bird was malnourished and her feathers look terrible. Hard work, patience, proper diet and love 'Goose' has turned into the most amazing bird ever. Of course, temperamental at times, she is lovable and fun to be around.

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Rachel - 2014-06-03
My Senegal parrot escaped three weeks ago. When he got out, he was in the early stages of puberty: lots of molting, his eyes beginning to change color from grey to a definite yellow. Four days ago, I got a call that he had been found and went to pick him up. The found parrot is farther into puberty, with orange eyes with dark circles around them and very bright plumage. So my question is: is it possible it is the same parrot? It is friendly toward me but, so far, does not show any of the behaviors I had known my parrot to. However, the combination of puberty and three weeks in the wild, plus the fact that he's only just gotten home ... he might just be tired and stressed. Any advice?

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Mark Copley - 2014-06-02
I too have a shamrock ... He is a true lover, he falls to sleep in my arms and is always very excited to see me. He mimicked cats, dogs, chickens, afflack duck. He is a wonderful bird that likes your fingers in his mouth, he has never bitten me.

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