Budgerigar

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AUTHOR
Sarah Harris, Don Baker
DIMENSION
8,95 MB
FILE NAME
Budgerigar.pdf
ISBN
7872636927284

DESCRIPTION

Budgies, budgies, budgies. Beautiful and cheeky, delightful and enchanting, wild or tamed budgerigars are Australia's gift to the bird world. They sing and dance, and yawn as contagiously as humans. They are masters of mimicry. They grasp simple grammar, can count to six and have memories that belie their size. They've been coveted by royals and been companions to the great and famous as well as grannies in suburban kitchens around the world. They've been painted by masters, rendered in the finest porcelain and graced fashionable hats and earrings of the highest order. Their image has been used to sell whisky, stamps and laundry detergent and everything in between. Surprising, charming and occasionally alarming, Budgerigar is the book that at last opens the cage door on the incredible story of the little bird that grew.

A young bird has zebra-like markings that start just above the cere and nostrils and extend over the back of the head. After the first ... Budgerigar definition: Budgerigars are small, brightly-coloured birds from Australia that people often keep as...

We also provide you with contact details for all the clubs around NSW that collectively make up the Budgerigar Society of NSW (Inc.) or the BSNSW. Budgerigars are nomadic and large flocks of birds can be seen in most open habitat types, but seldom far from water. Very large flocks, numbering occasionally in the tens of thousands, are seen after a season of abundant rainfall and food.

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