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I think cockatiel should be on the list. I have a pair of female cockatiels (Sunny and Dexie; to prove that they're female - they've both laid eggs) that have bonded and never had a male mate before. I wonder why it's not on the list? (Sorry, it's just my opinion... I was just wondering why they aren't on the list!) --HoopoeBaijiKite 07:59, 16 August 2010 (UTC)
I agree. I've seen my friend's cockatiels, also both female, performing mating rituals. Sadly, one is now passed away :( Sea Captain Cormac 02:15, 9 May 2017 (UTC)