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Publisher Description

All the facts and information you want to know about Ringneck Parakeets and more. A superb resource to answer all your questions, this e-book is a must have for anybody passionate about Ringneck, Rose-ringed Parakeets or Indian Ringneck Parakeets. Covering facts and information about the various mutations including blue, yellow, green, white and violet colors. In a straightforward, no nonsense fashion, Ann Fletcher covers all aspects of caring for these wonderful parrots - including training, handling, health, housing, breeding, lifespan, personality, temperament, diet, suitability as pets, the equipment you need and responsibilities as an owner. The e-book is written in an easy to read and understandable style with wonderful color photographs and is full of sound advice and answers to your questions - including some you didn't know you had!

GENRE
Lifestyle & Home
RELEASED
2014
January 15
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
91
Pages
PUBLISHER
Evolution Knowledge Limited
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
4.7
MB

Customer Reviews

audio-spaghetti ,

Ok book

This book was ok. It was really more how to care for a bird than being specifically geared toward caring for a ringneck. The author also repeats information several times in the book and it seemed like filler to me.
She did seemed very knowledgable of the diseases a bird can get.
An examples of my frustration in this book: she mentions a buffering phase these birds go through. Once she says it last a few months and another time she says it last a year. Also, she once said the bird will live 15-30 years. Wow, that's got it zeroed in. Then, twice later, she says 20 years.
I maybe be too picky but it seemed like a mediocre book on how to care for birds and stating common sense. I was looking for a book that was specifically about caring for ring necks.

audio-spaghetti ,

Ok book

This book was ok. It was really more how to care for a bird than being specifically geared toward caring for a ringneck. The author also repeats information several times in the book and it seemed like filler to me.
She did seemed very knowledgable of the diseases a bird can get.
An examples of my frustration in this book: she mentions a buffering phase these birds go through. Once she says it last a few months and another time she says it last a year. Also, she once said the bird will live 15-30 years. Wow, that's got it zeroed in. Then, twice later, she says 20 years.
I maybe be too picky but it seemed like a mediocre book on how to care for birds and stating common sense. I was looking for a book that was specifically about caring for ring necks.

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