POULTRY VS. PET BIRDS
For the purpose of this website we will be using the following definitions:
Poultry are domesticated fowls that are typically raised for the production of meat or eggs.
Poultry include: all chickens, turkeys, turkins, pheasants, peafowl, guinea fowl, quail, ducks, geese, swans, gallinules, doves, pigeons, grouse, partridges, francolin, tinamou, ostriches, and other ratites (including but not limited to the rhea, emu, and cassowary), and hatching or embryonated eggs.
Pet birds, on the other hand, tend to be caged birds not bred for their utility.
Pet birds include: canaries, finches, cockatiels, lovebirds, small parakeets, parrotlets, caiques, small conures, lories, lorikeets, large parakeets, pionus parrots, poicephalus, african greys, amazons, cockatoos, large conures, eclectus, hawk headed parrots , macaws and toucans.
Small Parakeet or Budgerigar/Budgie
Hawk Headed Parrot