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A Guide to Cockatiels and Their Mutations as Pet and Aviary Birds

Handbook / Manual
By: Terry Martin(Author), Diana Anderson(Author)
200 pages, colour photos
A Guide to Cockatiels and Their Mutations as Pet and Aviary Birds
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  • A Guide to Cockatiels and Their Mutations as Pet and Aviary Birds ISBN: 9780975081778 Paperback Jan 2007 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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General chapters cover management, housing, feeding, breeding including parent rearing and artificial incubation, handrearing. Genetics and mutations are supported by images of each mutation. This book is a must for both pet and breeding enthusiasts. Chapter on health and diseases is written by an avian veterinarian.

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Terry Martin is an avicultural geneticist whose primary interest is colour mutations. Terry has dedicated his ongoing studies of birds in the area of genetics, pigmentation and colour mutations and is highly respected in his research field internationally.

Handbook / Manual
By: Terry Martin(Author), Diana Anderson(Author)
200 pages, colour photos
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