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year. Therefore, hormonal causes were not considered a likely contributing factor to the behavior problem. Contact calling is a normal behavior in psittacines. Psittacines live in large flocks that separate into smaller flocks for foraging. Contact

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– 276 . 29. Crowell-Davis SL , Murray T . Benzodiazepines . In: Veterinary psychopharmacology. Ames, Iowa : Blackwell Publishing , 2006 ; 57 – 59 . 30. Martin KM . Psittacine behavioral pharmacotherapy . In: Luescher AU , ed

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