By: Rob Marshall (Author), Ian Ward (Author)
160 pages, 250 colour photos
Features a comprehensive description and taxonomy details on the 10 Eclectus subspecies, illustrated by over and comprehensive details on all aspects of keeping the Eclectus Parrot as a pet or breeding bird including housing, feeding, breeding, incubation, handrearing. Chapter on health and diseases written by an avian veterinarian.
- About the authors
- eclectus in the wild
- the identification of subspecies
- eclectus in captivity
- eclectus as pets
- ongoing care for your pet eclectus training
- eclectus in the aviary
- aviary design
- artificial incubation and handrearing
- troubleshooting and symptoms of breeding failure
- colour mutations and genetics
- diseases and disorders
- common problems in nestlings
- common problems in the juvenile and adult eclectus
- infectious diseases
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Rob Marshall has been keeping birds since 1960 beginning with pigeons. In his veterinary practice, Rob has dealt with all species of pet birds.
Ian Ward is a successful specialist Eclectus breeder with many years experience.
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