General Care For Parrots

Skip to: Diet & Nutrition Parrot Training: Getting Started Parrot Cages Toys & Foraging No matter what size your parrot is, from the smallest parrotlet to the largest macaw, ALL parrots require the same level of care. They all deserve nutritious foods, a safe cage and home, lots of entertainment and human companion that sees they get i...
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Bond Building Games

Dave and I make a great team in training because we both like training different things. I really enjoy bond building games like trick training. Dave really enjoys flight training and recall, and I although I enjoy that too, we aren't always able to work on it. I feel like it's easier to trick train since it doesn't require a big, open space. I...
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Lovebirds

How to love your lovebird The lovebird is a playful and energetic small parrot – with great big opinions about life. They are feisty and spicy and full of themselves. Their inquisitive nature will have them exploring every corner of its world – and yours.Contrary to their names, they are not cuddly birds. They are independent and can rarely hol...
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Macaws

The majestic macaw Without a doubt, the macaw is one of the most beautiful animals to inhabit our planet. From the striking blue of the hyacinth, to the vibrant red of the scarlet, to the rich green of the military, they bring to us nearly every color of the rainbow.Who wouldn’t want to share their life with a creature so stunning it makes yo...
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Eclectus

Different from the rest Not so very long ago, avian researchers thought that the male and female eclectus parrots were two entirely different species of parrot. That’s not surprising since they look completely different from each other: the male being predominantly florescent green and the female bright red and blue. They are one of very few co...
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Parrotlets

Who are you calling little?! Whoever came up with the name “parrotlet” was definitely on the right track! The name describes them perfectly! They are, indeed, every bit a miniaturized parrot. It’s amusing to watch big bird antics come from such a little body.The parrotlet is a small bird with a big love of adventure and, given the opportunity, ...
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