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LIST OF FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT JARDINE'S PARROTS

This is a compilation of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the Jardine's mailing list. Many new subscribers often have the same questions to ask - therefore, this is an attempt to collect basic information so discussions do not have to be repeated on the list. However, if you have a question you do not see listed here OR it is not answered sufficiently for you here, please feel free to post your question. We are a friendly bunch of people & will be happy to help you out.

This is also intended to address questions specific to Jardine's parrots rather than bird care in general. However, you will find a bit of general information here for completeness. For general error correction comments, contact the WEBMaster. For the user that wants to discuss/argue the content of the FAQ, that should be done through the Jardine's email list. If you are not a List member and want more information on joining, please see the section Posting On This List. If you wish to suggest adding other subjects, contact the compilers of the FAQ Michele or Wendy.

(Note: In the FAQ text, many times Jardine's is abbreviated as "J")

  1. BUYING A BABY JARDINE'S
  2. JARDINE'S SUB-SPECIES AND COLORATION
  3. JARDINE'S PERSONALITIES
  4. JARDINE'S PERSONALITIES Part II
  5. BEHAVIOR TRAINING
  6. JARDINE'S CAGE REQUIREMENTS
  7. JARDINE'S FOOD REQUIREMENTS
  8. TOYS FOR JARDINE'S
  9. HEALTH AND VETS
  10. MORE JARDINE'S INFO
  11. POSTING ON THIS LIST
  12. PRODUCTS FOR BIRDS

This FAQ was compiled for the purpose of providing useful information to curious Jardine's parrot owners. However, the content of this FAQ only represents the experiences/opinions of various members of the Jardine's email list. Therefore, it should be taken with a grain of salt. We are not licensed veterinarians and so the information provided in this FAQ should not be used to diagnose any avian illnesses. In case of illness, take your bird to a vet. Furthermore, the compilers and authors of the information in this FAQ cannot be held responsible in the unfortunate circumstance that you choose to follow the advice and something bad happens. Please use common sense.

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Last update: March 04, 2003

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