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  San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Lory and Lorikeet
Most lories are red with patches of yellow, purple, and green; most lorikeets are green with patches of red and yellow.
Lories and lorikeets are strictly arboreal and can be found in forests, mangroves, and eucalyptus groves.
Lories and lorikeets are considered beautiful and charming birds, but they have developed a taste for farmed crops such as grapes and coconuts.
www.sandiegozoo.org /animalbytes/t-lorikeet.html   (987 words)

  Birds, Birds, Birds! Parrots, Macaws, Amazons, Tiels & More!
The elongated papillae, or brushes on the tongue of lories is an adaptation for the collecting of pollen from flowers.
Re: size, lories range from the tiny Wilhelmina's Lorikeet Charmosyna wilhelminae 5" (13cm) to the small amazon sized Yellow-streaked Lory Chalcopsitta sintillata sintillata and the Duivenbode's Lory C. duivenbodei duivenbodei at 12" (30cm).
Lories have also been found to be susceptible to hemochromatosis (iron storage disease) and for that reason I would not offer raisins or other high iron content fruits.
www.upatsix.com /faq/loryfaq.html   (2497 words)

 Red Lory
Lories are popular companion birds and are quite easily bred.
In the wild, lories feed on nectar, pollen, fruits, and the occasional insect.
All lories have a tongue that is specially adapted with a brush-like tip composed of elongated papillae.
www.peteducation.com /article.cfm?cls=15&cat=1840&articleid=2306   (506 words)

 The On-line Monograph of the Lories and Lorikeets (Formerly known as the LoryFAQ: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Lories and lorikeets are parrots (Psittacines) that belong to the subfamily Loriinae (Lor EYE i nay).
Lories and their companions are usually found feeding in tree-tops and bushes, where they blend in well with brilliantly-colored tropical flowers and fruits.
Lories' favorite toys include bells, swings, "squeaky" cat toys, plastic or wooden rings that are suspended from the roof of their cages, ping-pong and practice golf balls, and baby toys.
research.amnh.org /users/nyneve/loryFAQ.html   (5079 words)

 ANIMAL BYTES - Duivenbode's Lory
The body of the Duivenbode's lory is predominantly dark brown with a yellow ring around the head and a hooked, flish beak.
In addition, trapping them in the wild instead of captive breeding and the increase of introduced predators such as cats and dogs are responsible for their rapidly declining numbers.
Lories are very important to our ecosystem because of their eating habits.
www.seaworld.org /animal-info/animal-bytes/animalia/eumetazoa/coelomates/deuterostomes/chordata/craniata/aves/psittaciformes/duivenbodes-lory.htm   (531 words)

 CD Baby: LORY BIANCO: On My Own....but never alone
Lory was quick to recognize that the entertainment industry was her destiny.
Lory was asked to give up one thing close to her: her first name--they changed it to Bonnie to give her the initials BB--but in return, the de Angelis brothers launched her career in the European market.
Lory's long road to fame took her far from home, but never far from her vision of being the very best she could possibly be.
cdbaby.com /cd/bianco   (1907 words)

 The Oasis Sanctuary, LTD - Notes from a Lory Lover
Lories are generally distinguished from Lorikeets by the shape of the tail, with Lorikeets generally having a long, pointed tail.
Lories have evolved a speedy metabolism that utilizes the high carbohydrate food sources available to them in the wild; they will feed intermittently throughout the day and must be provided with food at all times since they are vulnerable to problems (shock, coma and even death) due to low blood sugar.
Lories are very active both on the ground as well as climbing and need a large, spacious cage with plenty of climbing structures (rope, plastic chain, "boings", etc.), floor space for hopping and rolling around and varied toys to entertain them.
www.the-oasis.org /articles/lory.php   (1975 words)

 Kaytee » Companion Animals » Birds » Rainbow Lory
Rainbow Lories are the colorful clowns they resemble - acrobatic and animated in their behaviors.
In the wild, Rainbow Lories are found in the rain forests of the Moluccas, New Guinea and Australia.
Lories have long, bristle-tipped tongues that are adapted for lapping nectar from flowers high in the trees.
www.kaytee.com /companion_animals/birds/rainbow_lory   (86 words)

 The Lory Link
The names Lory and Lorikeet are often used to mean both types of bird and, for example, in Australia, all are usually referred to as Lorikeets.
A lory will tend to bond to one human and this adoption of a human is a main attraction for some lory owners.
Lories are excellent mimics and will very quickly learn to mimic the telephone ringing, the calls of other animals such as cats, noise of running water if they can normally hear this, doorbells, beepers and some can even learn words and sentences if they hear these repeated often enough from a human, TV or radio.
www.kcbbs.gen.nz /lori/ar/lories.html   (3872 words)

 Birds » Parrots » Lory - Chattering Red Main Page
Whatever his name, the Chattering Lory is perhaps one of the most beautiful of all Lories.
The Chattering Lory is a large parrot with an average size of 12 inches (30cm).
The Chattering Lory's habitat in the wild is the mangrove forests of Indonesia.
www.centralpets.com /animals/birds/parrots/prt921.html   (451 words)

 Lory's Place FAQ
However, during times of family crisis and stress, the needs of children are not always properly or fully addressed, since the adults on whom they depend are focused on their own feelings of loss.
Given Ron’s interest and support, and the overwhelming response by the community to Lory’s death, Lisa and others with whom she worked thought it appropriate to name the new program in Lory’s memory.
Lory’s Place is not a legal entity by itself, but the equivalent of an “operating division” within the corporate world.
www.lorysplace.org /faq.htm   (1193 words)

 Chattering Lory
Lories (larger) and Lorikeets (smaller) are from the parrot family.
A Lorie's droppings are loose due to her diet of nectar, which is mainly water-based.
Since she does not eat many seeds (unless such as what she'd find in a piece of a fig) and relies on a nectar diet, Lories are usually a cheaper bird to purchase.
www.planet-pets.com /lorychat.htm   (360 words)

 Lory Lynn Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Lory was born May 6th in Gardena, California and is the youngest of six children.
At only 12 years old, Lory was dealt a tragic blow with the death of her father......Lory and her family relocated to Carmel Valley, California where Lory continued to pursue her musical interests.
Lory Lynn has since relocated to Nashville in hopes of attracting the attention of a major record label and landing a record deal...
www.lorylynn.com /bio.html   (242 words)

 Winged Wisdom Pet Bird Magazine - Keanu: The Duyvenbode Lory
As with parrots and parakeets, the term lory denotes the short-tailed species while the term lorikeets is applied to the long-tailed slender species.
This Lory is easily one of the friendliest and most affectionate of all the lories.
This lory is an acrobat whose joy it is to hang by one toe from the top of his cage.
www.birdsnways.com /wisdom/ww52eii.htm   (1107 words)

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