cockateel


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Synonyms for cockateel

small grey Australian parrot with a yellow crested head

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Once home I make sure the badgers haven't fallen out of their hammocks - the day's cockateel mess can wait 'til the following morning - and check my e-mail for any messages from Mum.
I am generally woken by my two cockateels Stewart and Richard who fly freely about the house.
I suggest a cockateel or other largebird, for it can better hold its own against your cat.
From Cockateels on, the Guillemots we know are back and still on fine form.
From Cockateels on, the Guillemots we kneware back, and still on fine form.
Cockateels is less convincing - musically and lyrically clunky ("dealing with the real world is sometimes not too fun"), harmonies are thickly trowelled on and the song veers far too close to self-indulgence, as with Standing On the Last Star.
In the last 15 years, thousands of pets - including rabbits, goats, guinea pigs, snakes, monkeys and cockateels - have been cremated at Cranmore, Ireland's only pet crematorium.
"I noticed she had started to get small scabs on her ears and thought they might be cancer, which the vet confirmed," added Mr Bennett, who also has a dog and two cockateels.