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         Cockatiels:     more books (100)
  1. Cockatiels for Dummies by Diane Grindol, 2001-06-29
  2. Cockatiels for Two: A Book of Cat Cartoons by Leo Cullum, 2004-11-01
  3. Why Do Cockatiels Do That?: Real Answers to the Curious Things Cockatiels Do by Nikki Moustaki, 2003-04
  4. Cockatiels (Complete Pet Owner's Manual) by Thomas Haupt, 2008-05-01
  5. Cockatiels (Animal Planet Pet Care Library) by Ellen Fusz, 2006-09
  6. Cockatiels at Seven (Meg Langslow Mysteries) by Donna Andrews, 2009-06-30
  7. The Complete Book of Cockatiels by Diane Grindol, 1998-07-06
  8. Taming and Training Cockatiels by Risa Teitler, 1989-04
  9. The Cockatiel Handbook by Matthew M. Vriends, 1999-08-01
  10. The Cockatiel Handbook (Barron's Pet Handbooks) by Mary Gorman, 2010-02-01
  11. Cockatiels: A Guide to Caring for Your Cockatiel (Complete Care Made Easy) by Angela Davids, 2006-05-01
  12. The Essential Cockatiel (Essential (Howell))
  13. All About Breeding Cockatiels by Dorothy Bulger, 1984-01
  14. Cockatiels (Complete Introduction Series) by Elaine Radford, 1988-04

1. National Cockatiel Society
National Cockatiel Society Information on cockatiels, mutations, diet, diseases, training, breeding, taming, showing, Talk About Tiels message board.

Welcome to the Website of the National Cockatiel Society.
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NCS Journal Check it out. A publication by the members, for the members.
Professional articles from those who know best: "Cockatiel Folks"! New Articles in our Article Index . NCS has the most cockatiel related articles available on the internet! JOIN US Today! New member benefits coming soon! NCS is celebrating our 25th Anniversary in style. Find out why NCS is the biggest and best cockatiel society in the COUNTRY! NEW Registered Aviaries added weekly. Find out who bands with NCS bands in your area of the world! MUTATIONS, MUTATIONS, MUTATIONS!
NCS has started a new mutations page with new cutting edge pictures of the NCS Standard. We are still the number one place to come for mutation pics! Cockatiel Questions? If so, please post a message on our bulletin board. NCS panelists have decades of experience and are waiting for you! Visit our bulletin board at Talk About Tiels (Talk about Tiels is now open to the public) NOW Available for Members Only!

2. Welcome To - Your Complete Cockatiel Source Great Information on cockatiels, photos, diet, diseases, training, baby photos, taming, kids and cockatiels, Cockatiel books and cockatiel

3. Cockatiel Cottage, Cockatiels, Cockatiel Information, Cockatiels Basic Care, Die
Cockatiel Cottage, cockatiels, information on cockatiels, cockatiel basic care, nutrition, diet, health, taming, behavioral problems, biting, pellet diets,
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Cockatiel Cottage is dedicated to providing you with information on bird care to help keep your birds healthy and happy. Topics include diet, the importance of good nutrition, introducing new foods and pellets to your bird, taming your bird, birds that bite, household hazards, toxic plants, egg binding, blood feathers, unexpected breeding and more. The Frequent Question Section addresses other important issues in detail: Cleaning and disinfecting cages, bathing your bird, molting, screaming, symptoms of a sick bird, what normal droppings look like, night frights, chronic egg laying etc. For your enjoyment CC has over 2500 new pet names for your to choose from, photos and stories of over 300 pet birds in Birds of the Month, bird puzzles, recipes for bird treats, bird fables, proverbs, jokes and awards to win.
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4. Cockatiels
The cockatiels are endemic to the outback regions of inland Australia. Their preferred habitat includes the Australian wetlands, scrublands, and bush lands.
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The Cockatiels are endemic to the outback regions of inland Australia. Their preferred habitat includes the Australian wetlands, scrublands, and bush lands. The sociable and generally gentle cockatiel has become a treasured household pet that will do well in most households. Arguably more popular than the Budgerigar , cockatiels are popular household pets in many parts of the world. Today, all pet cockatiels are bred in captivity, as Australia no longer permits the export of native wildlife, whether endangered or not. Bookmarks / web links: Breeders ./ Procuring Your Cockatiel / Useful Info

5. Cockatiel Information, Lets Talk Birds
Information about cockatiels, including cockatiel care, cockatiel illness, cockatiel lifespan, sexing cockatiels, cockatiel cage.
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cockatiel care 1) cockatiel health / cockatiel illness - is my pet bird sick ? 2) cockatiel lifespan - how long will my cockatiel live for ? 3) cockatiel sexing - is my cockatiel male or female ? 4) cockatiel care - what is the best cockatiel food ? ... 9) breeding cockatiels - what age for cockatiel breeding ? 1) cockatiel illness / cockatiel health - is my cockatiel sick ? In the wild if cockatiels let their guard down and show they are unwell they will become the victims of predators. Therefore it is natural for cockatiels to conceal their illness as long as possible. By observing your cockatiel daily you will learn its normal behavior and anything out of the ordinary should draw your attention. If your cockatiel looks ill it normally means it is really sick and can deteriorate extremely quickly. When you detect any of the following signs of illness you should take your cockatiel to an avian vet as soon as possible - try to visit a vet experienced with birds so a correct diagnosis can be given.

6. Cockatiels As Pets - Choosing A Cockatiel, Cages And Feeding
About keeping cockatiels as pets, including choosing a cockatiel, cages, and feeding.
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      The Basics of Pet Cockatiel Care
      By Lianne McLeod, DVM ,
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      Cockatiels are among the most popular pet birds. Small parrots with a variety of color patterns and a crest, they are attractive as well as friendly and easy to tame. Because of their small size, cockatiel care and taming is easier than some other parrot species. They are capable of mimicking speech, although they can be difficult to understand. However, they are quite good at whistling and can often be taught to whistle tunes. Choosing a Bird
      It is best to choose a hand fed baby or at least a young bird that has been handled regularly. Prices will vary with color and you can expect to pay a bit more from a conscientious breeder, but a well handled young bird is worth any extra cost. Cockatiels are quite widely available at pet stores, but these birds may have an unknown history. As a result, they may be older, not used to being handled, and harder to tame.
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    Details on the origin and history of cockatiels, along with tips on temperament, care, feeding, and exercise.
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      A young pearl Cockatiel. More Images Common Names: Cockatiel, 'Tiel. Scientific Name: Nymphicus hollandicus. Origin: Australia. Size: Cockatiels are usually about 12 inches in length, from the beak to the end of the tailfeathers. Average Lifespan: Cockatiels in captivity usually have a lifespan of between 10 and 20 years. Temperament: Mosy handfed Cockatiels have a very sweet, even temperament, and will exhibit a rather curious and inquisitive nature. They can bond closely with their owners and can be extremely affectionate. Cockatiels are quite intelligent and very social, and enjoy interacting with their human "flock". When properly stimulated, they are relatively easy to care for and make wonderful companions.
  • 8. Cockatiel Care, Nymphicus Hollandicus
    cockatiels are about as close to the perfect pet as you can get! With their happy personality and easygoing nature, these attractive little parrots will
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    9. Cockatiel Books And Cockatiel DVDs From Avian Publications. Cockatiel Books And
    Cockatiel books and cockatiel DVDs from Avian Publications. Cockatiel books and cockatiel DVDs about the keeping, care, and breeding of cockatiels and other
    Your E-mail: Search Search Our Site Search WWW Featured Books Those Crazy Caiques by Judith A. Woods Good Bird! A Guide to Solving Behavioral Problems in Companion Parrots! by Barbara Heidenreich The Complete Pet Bird Owner's Handbook (Revised Edition) by Dr. Gary A. Gallerstein Home Shop Online This is our selection of Cockatiel books and Cockatiel DVDs about the keeping, care, training, and breeding of Cockatiels. If you don't see the Cockatiel book or video you're looking for, or if you have a question about one of our Cockatiel titles, please contact us . For information on shipping methods and rates, payment options, information privacy, and shopping cart security, please visit our How to Order page. The Cockatiel Handbook by Dr. Matthew M. Vriends Cockatiels: A Complete Pet Owner's Manual by Thomas Haupt Cockatiels for Dummies by Diane Grindol by Robert G. Black

    10. Cockatiels And Lovebirds
    I m limiting this to cockatiels and lovebirds because I have only owned two cockatiels and one lovebird (and a bunch of untame budgies).
    Cockatiels and Lovebirds
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    Warning: This is just an intro page. I am not a trained aviculturalist. This is not and should not be your final guide to bird-keeping!! IF YOUR BIRD IS SICK OR INJURED PLEASE TAKE IT TO AN AVIAN VET!!! I'm limiting this to cockatiels and lovebirds because I have only owned two cockatiels and one lovebird (and a bunch of untame budgies). Larger parrots share much in common with these smaller members of the family, but their needs and their abilities differ greatly. If you are planning on getting a pet bird, or are a new owner, I highly recommend the magazine BIRD TALK . In addition, you should buy/borrow books on bird keeping at a library, bookstore, or good petstore. And definitely locate a good, qualified avian vet right away, if you haven't already! He or she will be much more qualified to answer your health/medical questions than me. Other related pages at this site:

    11. American Cockatiel Society Home Page
    Founded in 1977, The American Cockatiel Society covers the complete field of cockatiels, from pet owners to the champion breeder, with our informative
    Dedicated to Education For The Pet Owner, Breeder, and Exhibitor.
    Your Best Source For Complete Information On Cockatiels!
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    A.C.S. Store Advertise In The A.C.S. Magazine Advisory Board ... Contact A.C.S. Founded in 1977, The American Cockatiel Society covers the complete field of Cockatiels , from the pet owner to the champion breeder, with our informative magazine. Included in our magazine are articles from our panel of expert advisors who are on staff to answer questions from our members on genetics, pet care, breeding and management. The American Cockatiel Society Magazine also features articles on the genetic expectation of mutations and cross mutations, hand feeding baby birds, their care and diet, building and establishing a suitable environment for a successful aviary, building nest boxes and much, much more. Our web site offers a very small sampling of these articles and features. If you'd like to know a little more about our history, objectives, or goals click here.

    12. Cockatiels, Advice From A Breeder
    So many books and articles have been written about cockatiels I really hesitated for a long time before presuming to add yet another.
    COCKATIELS - ADVICE FROM A BREEDER by Linda Greeson So many books and articles have been written about Cockatiels I really hesitated for a long time before presuming to add yet another. I have read just about everything that has been written about these delightful little birds and feel that through my experience with them I can add some information that has not already been covered, as well as briefly some of the well known basic facts so widely presented. There is good reason for the wealth of information currently available. Except for the Budgerigar, the Cockatiel is rated as the most popular and widely kept of the approximately 340 species of the order of psittacine birds. They are a hardier bird than their rival, the Budgie, and have a life span of 15 to 20 years versus the Budgie's 7 to 8. They are gentle and sociable by nature and have pert, bright personalities. They quickly pick up words and phrases and especially love to whistle. Their speech may not be as clear as that of the larger birds, but they are by comparison much less expensive. There is no more ideal pet for the novice than a young, hand fed Cockatiel. For the breeder, especially those just starting this experience, the choice of Cockatiels is an excellent one. Even though we have bred many varieties of larger exotic birds for many years with considerable success, our prolific Cockatiels can always be depended on to pay their feed bills. In addition to the financial return I have found that the study involved each year in making the right decisions in setting up my breeding pairs to be all absorbing. When the these decisions result in larger and more beautiful birds, this hobby almost becomes an addiction! Having one of your own baby birds grow up to make the top bench at a show is thrilling beyond words and inspires one to greater concentration on producing even better specimens each following year.

    13. Cockatiels
    cockatiels are relatively small parrots that make excellent pets. cockatiels are second only to parakeets in terms of pet popularity.
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    Origin: Australia Species: Nymphicus hollandicus Cockatiels are relatively small parrots that make excellent pets. Cockatiels are second only to parakeets in terms of pet popularity. They come in a variety of color mutations, some rarer than others. The price can vary greatly depending on how desirable a certain color mutation is and its current availability. It is best to get a young bird that is handfed. If parent-raised, it should have been handled regularly and be quite tame already. Cockatiels are very affectionate birds that will often learn tricks to delight their owners. They can mimic speech and sounds, but their voice is very high-pitched so it can be hard to hear the words. However, their whistling ability is well known, and many tiels can be taught whole songs with practice. Their gentle, sweet nature makes them ideal birds for young children (although generally pet birds are not a good idea for children under age 6 in most cases).
    Cockatiels have a sweet disposition that makes
    them an ideal choice in homes with children.

    14. Alane's Cockatiels - Aviary And Rabbitry
    Breeder of cockatiel mutations, Amazons. parrotlets, poicephalus, and pyrrhura conures. Located in St. Louis.
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    15. Winged Wisdom Pet Bird Magazine - The Charm Of Cockatiels - Pet Parrots &exotic
    cockatiels, one of the most enjoyable pet parrots exotic birds. Cheerful, happy, cuddly and beautiful pet birds.

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    Article III - The Charm of Cockatiels
      by Amy Patria
        With a scientific name like Nymphicus hollandicus, it's hard to imagine the wonderful personalities these little characters called Cockatiels possess. They can rival the antics of parrots much larger than themselves, including their larger cousins, the cockatoos. They can smoothly charm you into almost anything if the mood so strikes them. And.... breeders of these little cuties have added new dimensions to the ways they can catch your eye. Cockatiels now grace our world with many beautiful color mutations which are a far departure from the original, but still beautiful, Grey cockatiel. At present, you can find cockatiels in an assortment of colors ranging from the normal Grey, to yellow, white, soft cocoa brown (cinnamon), pastel tan (fallow) and silver. Some breeders are even working on green mutations. Cockatiels may have normal markings or be pearl, pied, totally white or be in combinations like pearl pied. They can possess yellow, orange, pale peach (as in pastelface), Grey, soft brown or white cheek patches. They even come in combinations like cinnamon pearl pied whitefaces. These are mainly white with a soft cocoa brown color in their wings and in patches on their bodies. The patches have a lacy pattern, referred to as pearl markings. The females of this mutation normally have soft brown cheek patches (sometimes barely visible) while the males have all white faces with no other color to their cheeks.

    16. Cockatiel Secrets :: Get Information On Cockatiels
    Learn the Secrets to Raising a Happy, Healthy and Well Behaved Cockatiel.
    If you have a Cockatiel or if you're thinking about getting one, then this may be the most important letter you've ever read...
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    Austin, TX Dear Friend, Cockatiel Secrets and it covers everything you need to know about Cockatiels.
    The Story of Cockatiel Secrets
    Cockatiel Games:
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    It was time for the Cockatiel Brain Dump. I would begin to tell them everything that I knew about Cockatiels and what fantastic companions they made. My friends usually found out that I could keep talking to them about Cockatiels as long as they were willing to listen. I spent the next several months writing down everything that I knew about Cockatiels and reading every book, magazine and website I could find about Cockatiels. To be honest, I just thought I knew a lot about Cockatiels. I was amazed out how much more I learned during my research.
    Cockatiel Secrets: The Easy Way to Have a Happy

    17. Best Cockatiel Training Available
    Want to Build A Better Relationship With Your Cockatiel? Information on How Have Your Cockatiel Thrilled to Spend Time Playing with You!

    18. Index
    Breeder of rare mutation cockatiels.
    Kazoo's Cockatiels Fallows Nursery Our site is dedicated to our beloved Cockatiel Kazoo. We have several tiels that need a good loving home
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    Sex linked Yellow cheeks in Fallows, Emeralds, and Dominate silvers.
    Silvers, Single and Double Factor Dominate Silvers, Emeralds, Pastelface, and Fallows
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    Pastelface SFDS Fallow Pearl Hen-sold No Pictures maybe take from this website without explicit written permission of the owner Closing Aviary! Due to a new addition to my family this year!! GRANDCHILD!!! I will be selling 50 tiels to hopefully a good and loving home. I need to be free to travel to see my Grandchild when I want to. Email me with any offers!! Cages too. I prefer to sell in lots, and prefer pickup vs shipping. Too much stress on me to try to ship unless the price is right. Email for questions and offers. Thanks so much!!!! Marsha Visit our Ebay Store: KazoosCollectibles Visit our Store

    19. AVIAN RESCUE, INC Dba Cockatiel Rescue
    Lists lost and found cockatiels, articles regarding what to do if your bird escapes, adopting a cockatiel and contains some links to other bird rescues and
    dba Cockatiel Rescue
    Avian Rescue (ARC) is a corporation committed to helping save the lives of all birds, our branch known as Cockatiel Rescue (CR) is devoted to saving and preserving those colorful, and talkative Cockatiels. ARC has applied for 501(c)(3) IRS non-profit status, if you would consider donating time, materials, or money, please check with us for our current status. This web page is dedicated to CR with home bases in California and New Mexico. CR is loosely affiliated with over 250 rescue groups throughout the US (see a list on our web page here ) and works closely with local animal shelters in the western US to provide a safe haven for Cockatiels that have become lost from their homes, or need relocation until safe and suitable homes can be established for the foundlings. The listings below have been taken from call-ins, emails and various other lost and found sites. The description of the cockatiel may not be totally accurate, therefore if it could be yours, please call or email the individual shown and ask about the tiel. To check on our hand-raised Cockatiels, visit our Aviary website at

    20. DJ Feathers Aviary - Hand-fed Parrots & Avian Products - Caiques Conures Cockati
    Handfed, handraised cockatiels, conures, caiques, finches, and Senegal parrots. Located in northern Virginia, national shipping.
    Nursery Shop View Cart ... Cockatiels New! Caiques New! Cockatoos Conures New! Quakers New! Jardines Eclectus New! Kakarikis Macaws New! Amazons African Grey Senegals Pionus New! Lineolated Parakeet King Parrot s (0) Red Bellied Parro t (0) Gouldians Society Finches Books For Bird Lovers Only ... Directions New! MAP Certification PIJAC Certification Our Pets Rainbow Bridge ... Society Finches As Seen In We're PayPal Verified WARNING : Viewing baby bird pictures can make you fall in love. Proceed to the nursery at your own risk. W e're a family-owned aviary in Northern Virginia, about 20 minutes west of Washington, DC. Our new aviary and store are located in Chantilly, Virginia . We hand-raise a variety of parrots. It's not just feedings and cage cleanings, we spend lots of time socializing and caring for our babies to make them wonderful new family members when they get to their new home. We sell the products we use ourselves. Please take a look around our website. If you have any questions, feel free to

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