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Types of Parrots Many people think most parrots are all similar to one another The truth is that these birds come in many breeds and are as different from each other as people are While there are many types of parrots all having some similar qualities within their own specific breeds each type has various qualities that separate them Three of these breeds the Amazon the Cockatoo and the Cockatiel are good examples of how they all vary from one another An Amazon parrot can be counted on to be the life of the party They are exuberant and lively They often perform for their human flock They love the attention it draws While there are exceptions Amazons are well known for lively conversation and a very playful demeanor When well stimulated they can be very boisterous often sound like a jungle full of monkeys Most Amazons would prefer to play and rough house with their owner than sit still and be petted Next is the Cockatoo While it is true that Cockatoos can be quite loud at certain times of the day letting everyone know of their existence they are very different from other parrots Cockatoos are most always very loving parrots They would be perfectly content to sit on their owners and be scratched and patted all day Owners of Cockatoos must be careful not to spoil them too much and not to pick them up every time they cry out loudly for attention Cockatoos can quickly develop an over dependence on their owners causing stress for both owner and bird alike They are literally like little children and when an over dependence is developed it is extremely hard to break them of this and often causes them problems that can lead to feather plucking Lastly is the Cockatiel Cockatiels are a small lovable little bird They are often happy to sit quietly in their cages most of
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