Best talking parrot in the world! Clover knows 350+ words (with subtitles)
Clover, a Congo African Grey parrot shows off some of her 350 word vocabulary. This was Clover's winning entry in the "professional" division of the Kaytee International "Best Talking Parrot" competition in 2011. For ...
My FAVORITEST Parrot - the Kakapo Parrot (or Owl Parrot) of New Zealand!! It is the heaviest parrot in the world. Two other features make it extraordinary; it is also the ONLY flightless parrot and the ONLY nocturnal parrot known to man. The Kakapo Parrots, are critcally endangered. As of November 16, 2009, there are 124 Kakapo Parrots in the wild.
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These stories are worth a click: New Zealand’s National Wildlife Centre is happy to announce the arrival of a white kiwi, only the second of its kind to be born in captivity. The chick, which has been named Mauriora, meaning sustained life, is believed to be the sibling of Manukura, who arrived in May.–New Zealand […]
Choosing The Best Camping Shower
When you go camping, it's nice to have some of the comforts of home with you. Since you can't bring everything along, set your priorities and decide what you simply must have. For most people, a camping shower is very close to being a necessity. If that's...
Maori are the native or indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealand, arriving in N.Z. before 1300 CE. In the Māori language the word māori means "normal", "natural" or "ordinary".
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Although scientists estimate that there could be upwards of 30 million animal species on the planet, a number of those species are teetering on the verge of extinction due to man’s thirst for consumption or
"The touching of foreheads—this is an ancient greeting that honors the heart and soul of another human being. Amongst the Māori, it is nose to nose, forehead to forehead—called hongi. The Hawaiians call it honi, and it is practiced amongst the Tibetans, and the desert Bedouins. For the Priestesses of Astera, this is how we bless the Beloved. Third eye to third eye—sharing sacred breath." Excerpt from GAIA CODEX- A Novel and Ancient Wisdom Text Revealed