Dive Bombing Parrot

Photo by Dave Location: Palm Springs, CA Dive bomber: Galah "Bandit"  My parrot Bandit is SO much fun to fly outdoors. He is a chaotic little man that loves his fun and games. Indoors, we play a game where I pretty much throw him like a football into the air and he closes his wings tight to his body and DROPS as fast as he can, opening his wi...
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Freestyle Flyer's Club in California

Photo by Gilbert Location: Palm Springs, CA The Freestyle Flyer's Club is all about people interested in freeflight training their parrots for the outdoors and Dave and I try to visit as many places as we possibly can to share the gift of watching freeflight with everyone who'd like to watch!  We are currently in Palm Springs, CA flying our ...
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The Freestyle Flyer's Club

If you're interested in freeflight whether you want to merely WATCH other people do it (like myself) or be a part of it with your own bird, the Freestyle Flyer's Club is meant for you! The club takes trips at least twice a year to exotic locations around the world and free fly their parrots together. Whether it's Idaho, Utah, Washington, Calif...
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Freeflight Trip

Photo by Dave Location: Waynesboro, VA Flying: Camelot Macaw "Tusa" A day trip to VA for us was planned to go freeflying with some friends who have 3 freeflight birds of their own. It was quite the spectacle with all these gorgeous birds flying around in the fields! All the birds that were flown were: 2 Blue Throated Macaws 2 Camelot Mac...
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Another Freeflying Bird Livin' The Life!

Photo by Jason Location: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Freeflying: Galah "Ace"  For more photos of Ace freeflying in Idaho, click here.  So you guys should remember, Ace, the galah... he was raised with my own galah, Bandit, for a while. We raised Ace part way for some friends and bird-sitted Ace for 24 hours... he's made his number of appearances in...
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Flying is Fun For Parrots

I’ve read that 30% of flying is done for fun with regards to parrots. I’ve also watched numerous hours of video footage of parrots in their natural environment in the wild, as well as flown my own to see that this is true. I’ve even witnessed predatory birds make this fact true. While in Key Largo on vacation I visited the Theater of the Sea. I ...
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