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...
People who are new to parrot keeping will agree on one thing: having a bird in the house is a challenge. There is a lot of reading you should do to understand a bird’s needs and wants, and how to keep them safe in the human environment. This is all vital information.
Here, though, are some tips that I have stumbled across during my own journey with my birds that you won’t find in the parrot care books. I wish I had known these things from the beginning…
So long, 2015. We hardly knew ye. Seriously. It went by so fast that’s actually what it feels like.
I am not a fan of the “New Year’s resolution”. I have never understood the value in it. It seems wrong to commit to being a better version of yourself only once a year. I feel we should carry that commitment with us always and re-evaluate to adjust our trajectory as it is needed.
Both of these article explain ways we unintentionally sabotage our own efforts with our parrots. Our third biggest mistake is yet another stumbling block we place our own paths. Sometimes we make things much ...
It is always highly recommended that anyone considering getting a bird deeply research the species they are interested in before bringing her home. It will help you make the right decision about which bird will work best in your home. However, this information will not be helpful in the weeks immediately following your bird’s arrival. For the time being, you should throw any expectations out the window.
I wonder how many hours in my life I have dedicated to staring at my birds? To a non-parrot owner, that might seem like time wasted, but we all know better.
It blows my mind whenever I read something about “new discoveries” regarding parrot intelligence in some science journal. A bird’s foraging skill is hardly a new development. It is how they have fed themselves for millions of years.
But to a non-bird owner, or a scientist who is just ...Save