Which bird should I buy in India?

Is keeping birds illegal in India?

Birds are covered under the Wildlife Protection Act (WPA) 1972 making it illegal to catch, keep, kill, buy or sell birds or even damage their nests. The punishment is a fine and up to five years in jail. And this applies all over the country.

Are cockatiels banned in India?

The Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act (wpa), 1972, banned hunting and trade of all Indian wild animals, excluding ‘vermin’. … The wpa also does not include birds like the Java sparrow, the lovebird, cockatiel, Zebra finch and the budgerigar, which are the most widely traded exotic captive-bred species.

Is Indian parrot banned in India?

Caging any Indian bird is illegal as they are categorized under wild animals and are thus protected by the wildlife protection act. Only exotic and foreign birds don’t fall under this category. Parrots that are most commonly kept as pets include the Indian hanging parrot and the rose-ringed parakeet, he says.

Is a cockatiel an Indian bird?

It is, therefore, now classified as the smallest of the Cacatuidae (cockatoo family). Cockatiels are native to Australia, favouring the Australian wetlands, scrublands, and bushlands.

Cockatiel
Subfamily: Nymphicinae
Genus: Nymphicus Wagler, 1832
Species: N. hollandicus
Binomial name

No, it is illegal for any individual to keep a bald or golden eagle, including its parts (feathers, feet, egg shells etc.) without a federal permit. State, tribal, and other permits may be needed as well.

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Which pet should I buy?

What Pet Should I Get? is a Dr. Seuss children’s book, posthumously published in 2015. Believed to have been written between 1958 and 1962, the book chronicles the adventures of Jay and Kay from Seuss’ One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish in their attempts to buy a pet.

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