Freeflight Training Location Levels 1-5

In 2008 when we flew our first parrot outside, Dave created flight level terminology as a way that free flyers around the world could communicate clearly about their birds' skills and successfully get together with other flyers to fly together. If you knew what another flyer's skill levels were, you could find one with a match and fly together, ...
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Want a Family Friendly Parrot?

We've finally brought our in home consult information to the majority. Now you can have us in your home, in an easy to learn format that will teach every member of your household how to create a family friendly parrot! And because we're notorious for our blooper reels, we had to include that, too! The Family Friendly Parrot Formula is avail...
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Parrot Tricks "Head Shake NO!" (How To)

If you're interested in bettering your relationship with your bird, trick training is an ideal method to do so! Check out my elite trick training course, it's shows how to train a bird with UNTRAINED birds learning for the first time ever. The more tricks you teach, the easier your bird learns. In the above video you will see me teaching my b...
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What a Hormonal Bird Looks Like

Hormones are very apparent in our pet parrots in the spring and the fall, and it's not usually fun for anyone. If you need help dealing with your parrot's hormones; determining the triggers, etc... check out our Hormones Course. In the meantime while you wait for that course to download, you can watch the above video and see some characteristi...
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Quakers

The charming quaker parrot The quaker parrot, (AKA the monk parakeet) has become a very popularly kept bird over recent years. It is native to South America, but is found in feral populations in different areas of the world. In the United States and Europe, it has adapted to be able to withstand harsh winter climates and is as close to a “nati...
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