Hey folks! It’s Dave and Jamieleigh here with exciting news from Bermuda. We are starting something new. We're going to email YOU once a week (every Tuesday) with updates about new happenings with us, our flock, the show, new training routines, the latest questions you guys are asking and even our daughter!
We will be answering at least one question in every video. So, leave a comment with your questions for us, or email them to us at email@example.com.
Leave a comment on this blog post with what you learned, insight obtained or a lesson learned. We will choose our favorite, and you will win a free product from the BirdTricks store! (In your comment feel free to state which product you’d like to have. That will give us a heads-up so we can give you something you will USE!)
If you want to request videos from us, want to see certain flock members, need help trouble-shooting through some training, want to see what a real training session looks like or just want some basic help getting started with training: comment and ask! Simple as that! We will try to get to them all and pair related questions together to bring you the most information possible.
If you have suggestions, concerns or ideas of what you think we should incorporate into our weekly Tuesday videos, tell us! We plan on trying this for about two months and keeping it if you guys like it. We'll ditching it if you don’t. So help us help you by telling us exactly what you want to know!
This week is our install week, we plan to film it all and share it next week with you…
Additionally, if you want see us live and in person, book your cruise on the Norwegian Dawn from now until November 22, 2015. We cruise through Boston-Bermuda, Boston-Quebec, Canada and New Orleans to the Western Caribbean with an amazing two week long relocation cruise in between! We LOVE doing one on one meet and greets with the birds and you if we know you’re on board with us.
Til next week!
Jamieleigh Womach has been working with parrots and toucans since the age of 17. She isn’t homeless but is home less than she prefers to be. She travels the world with her husband, daughter, and a flockful of parrots whom she shares the stage with.