- cockatiel also cockateel ( ) n. A small crested Australian parrot (Nymphicus hollandicus) having gray and yellow plumage.
- Pied Cockatiel
- PiedCockatielkm. Edition Date – 1/25/2006. Researched and written by the Friends of the Rosamond Gifford Zoo Education Volunteers.
- Bird Care Guide-cockatiel
- Cockatiels have great personalities and are easy to tame. They are The adult cockatiel weighs 3 to 4 ounces and is 12 inches from beak to the tip of the tail.
- Pip-Pippy hooray! Lost cockatiel is reunited in Wibsey
- By Michael Black » Animal lover Gaynor Thorpe is overjoyed after being reunited with her pet cockatiel Pippy following a frantic two-day search.
- Case of mistaken identity for Golden Lion's cockatiel
- But Magic the cockatiel never escaped the clutches of Timmy Mallett – and definitely has not perched at Hereford's Golden Lion pub. The Grandstand Road watering hole was said to be the new home of Wacaday's feathered star on the Wikipedia webpage.
- Pets: Does your pet tweet?
- Unless your pet happens to be a Cockatiel, African Grey or Macaw, that might seem like an odd question. However, even if you share you life with a dog or a cat, this isn't about barks and meows. We're talking Twitter “tweets.
- Garden of Love cemetery provides final resting place for pets
- But the park also serves as a final resting place for a goat, a rat, a squirrel, a hamster, a duck, a cockatiel and a horse. Burials are by appointment only, and pet owners can choose a casket, burial site and custom headstone.
- Natural selection: Owners prepare raw food diets to build their pets' longevity
- By Chansi Long Evie Bear was stricken when she learned her cockatiel, Eyropia, had contracted heavy metal poisoning. Ultimately Eyropia died, and Bear was further distressed when she learned the bird had acquired the disease from her diet.
- Cockatiel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus), also known as the Quarrion and the Weiro, is the smallest cockatoo endemic to Australia.
- The National Cockatiel Society: America's finest non-profit
- Provides information on the proper care, handling, maintenance and breeding of cockatiels. Show results and standards, articles and genetics.
- The singing cockatiel - YouTube
- Aug 22, 2006 Darwin singing his heart out while Stephen dries the dishes.
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