Moab Trees

Photo by Glen Location: Moab, UT In the tree: Blue and gold macaw "Merlin" I've gotten a few questions about why I have quite the collection of "birds in trees" photos and a few people started to catch on that they are all Moab trees! The reason is, your freeflight bird is bound to try a tree out whether it's on accident, out of breath and d...
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Storm's 45 Days with Me are Over...

Photo by Jamieleigh Location: Moab, Utah Freeflight: Blue Fronted Amazon "Storm"  Hopefully most of you remember me talking about the Amazon parrot, Storm, and how I was going to be fostering him for a total of 45 days. Well, that 45 days ended a little bit ago and I'm still here in Moab, Utah with his owners. The other blog where I talk abo...
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Trees and Freeflight Parrots...

Photo by Dave Location: Moab, Utah Retrieving in the tree: Camelot Macaw "Tusa"  This is the true version of freeflying your parrot outside! Landing in trees... it's just going to happen. I remember when Cressi, my Congo Grey, was at a level 3 in freeflight (meaning she could fly with some wind in treed areas with slopes and dips) and I was ...
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No More Nail Trimming!

Photo by Chris Biro Location: Moab, UT Parrots Pictured: Shamrock Macaw "Buckle" and Blue Throated Macaw "Gleam"   I recently found out through an avian vet that a free flighted bird who flies outside should not have its nails clipped due to being able to grasp its landing spots more securely outside. That doesn't mean I want my birds landing i...
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Working With Birds

Photo by Dave Location: Moab, Utah Filming: Blue Throated Macaw "Gleam" Without the help of: Calico Macaw "Siren" How lucky I am! This is what I do for a living, well, among other things I choose to do on the side but this is my primary passion (although it wasn't always this way) and I love it to the fullest extent. Though, you know, that pr...
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