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Synonyms for cockatiel

small grey Australian parrot with a yellow crested head

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As noted above, there is no proven relationship between doxycycline plasma concentrations and treatment efficacy because reported therapeutic trials in naturally infected cockatiels are lacking.
Geoff Grewcock, who runs the Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary, says people have started leaving budgies, cockatiels and love birds with him ever since two wild ducks were found suffering from the deadly H5NI strain of the virus in France last week.
Nearby at another stall offering toys such as multicolored plastic rings and dangling mirrors, Ventura resident Janice Vig bought a little platform made of colored wood for her Senegal parrot and cockatiel.
Comparison of reference intervals and the corresponding 90% confidence intervals for the total white blood cell count in African grey parrots, Amazon parrots, and cockatiels obtained from normal observations and the indirect method, in which h=0.
Normally $99 and up retail, Birds Plus' hand-fed cockatiels are $69.
This clinical report documents the long-term conservative management of 2 female cockatiels affected by reproductive-organ-associated ascites and dyspnea.
A police spokesman said: "The owner of a house in Lisburn lost a variety of canaries, budgies, cockatiels and parakeets.
2) David Biehn, 11, of Lancaster plays with cockatiels rescued by firefighters from a burning home.
In a recent study, a high percentage of cockatiels (Nymphicus hollandicus) in 1 flock were found to intermittently shed the virus in their droppings.
95 instead of $10 or more retail), parakeets, Lady Gouldians ($150 a pair rather than $200 to $225 retail), budgies and cockatiels.
More recently, in a 7-year retrospective postmortem survey, 21 seminoma cases in a population of 54 companion birds (39%) were identified, and 4 of those 21 cases (19%) were found in cockatiels without metastasis.
Cockatiels can be mixed with finches, quails, doves and non-aggressive softbills, but their size in a small area can upset smaller birds.
Among those on display were 24 budgies (assorted colours), four canaries, three diamond doves, three finches, six cockatiels, three Golden Mantle Rosella parakeets and two redrumps.
A large cage of doves and cockatiels sits in the shade.
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the disposition of fluconazole in cockatiels (Nymphicus hollandicus) after single oral dose administration and to determine if therapeutic plasma concentrations could be safely achieved by providing medicated water.