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Heinemann-Raintree Library, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Can cockatiels talk? What is a cuttlebone? Why are cockatiels' feet so special? If owning a cat or dog sounds boring to you, maybe you would enjoy having an unusual pet. This book explains both the good points and not-so-good points of keeping cockatiels as pets. Find out about the basic requirements of having cockatiels, such as housing, food, water and exercise needs. Learn how to handle and provide companionship for your cockatiels. If a friendly, beautiful, and fun animal sounds like a good pet, then a cockatiel might be right for you!

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This is a great book for young or even older children who want to keep a pet bird. It explains the basic care of cockatiels in a simple, to the point, and informative way.


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Belinda Ogle is a Heinemann-Raintree author.

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