Trendy Birds

Photo by David Location: Orlando, FL Hangin' with Me: Grey Parrot "Cressi", Blue Throat Macaw "Jinx" & Camelot Macaw "Comet"   Ever notice how I'm almost always wearing a hoody or sweatshirt of some kind in most of my parrot photos? There's a reason for that! Actually, a few reasons... the first is that the birds can land anywhere on me a...
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My Parrot Family

Location: Orlando, FL My Parrot Family Members: (From left) Military Macaw "Cash", Camelot Macaw "Comet", Blue Throated Macaw "Jinx", Congo African Grey "Cressi", Camelot Macaw "Tusa", Galah "Bandit", Galah "Bondi" Not Pictured: Toucan "Fiji" & Parakeets (toucans eat small birds) I was pretty shocked myself when I was able to get this pho...
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Birds Need Motivation

 Photo by Mona Location: Daytona Beach, FL Receiving a Kiss: Rose Breasted Cockatoo "Bandit" While giving a parrot seminar in Daytona Beach, Florida I realized how un-fun many bird owners tend to be. A very common question was, "My bird doesn't want to come out of its cage to be with me, why?" Now obviously, there can be a list of reasons for t...
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Parrot Scams: Using My Photos to Scam People

HAVE YOU SEEN THESE PHOTOS???  These photographs are of me. Yes, me. My name is Jamieleigh and these parrots are two blue and gold macaws named Jersey (pictured right) and Chayko (on the left) in the image above. All these images were taken while I was living in Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands performing at a dinner theater there which used ...
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Getting Parrots to Like Other Parrots

Photo by Dave Location: Spokane, WA Pictured: African Grey "Cressi", Galah "Bandit" & Macaw "Jinx"   Remember my "Bathing = Bonding" post about how I used the act of showering/bathing my birds to get them to be OK next to one another, even though outside of that environment they hated one another? Well, I decided to try that AGAIN... and it...
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African Grey Parrot or Monkey?

Photo by Jamieleigh Location: Cruise Ship Hanging from Me: Congo African Grey "Cressi" Yes, my African Grey parrot could pretty much pass for a monkey the way she plays on me. She hangs from anything she can grasp; clothes, hair, hands, shoes, anything. And I don't mind - most of the time - as it's hilarious and entertaining for me to watch her...
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