Foods That Are Toxic to Parrots | PARRONT TIP TUESDAY

Foods That Are Toxic to Parrots | PARRONT TIP TUESDAY

Hello fans of feathered friends,
Today I thought it would be important to go over foods that are toxic to parrots. It is always good to go over this information again every once in a while, no matter how long you have had your bird.

Remember, birds have a way of getting in to everything so it is a good idea to establish good habits right away and inform everyone in the household of all the foods that are toxic to your parrots.

Some foods such as avocado can be harmful right away while others can have serious effects over time eventually breaking down the kidneys and liver function, so it is best to avoid harmful foods all together even if it seems as if your bird is enjoying it.

When birds get sick, they often pass fast as they hide their symptoms until it is most often too late so the best way to take care of your parrot is through preventative measures with a healthy diet.

Remember, help others with their parrots, don’t attack them. Love parrots enough to help their owners!

The first Steps to Taming a ringneck ! Part1

The first Steps to Taming a ringneck ! Part1

Birds are like humans . they understand , get us, feel and know us . Imagine these little young creatures can perform on stage and make thousands of people be amazed . Well ur bird could be that bird go on and refer to all my videos where i teach u tricks, tips, warnings, advices , techniques and i have several birds that i tame and some i tame, train ,and sell.

Aggressive parrots: building relationships

Aggressive parrots: building relationships

Part 2 of our series with Abbi the foster blue and gold macaw with PEAC San Diego and Avian Behavior International showing clips of training sessions 2 and 3. These demonstrate the leaps and bounds we can make with one 5 -10 minute daily session in building a relationship and working *towards* trust as a destination, not a forgone conclusion. ;-p

Recent Kakapo Hatchings in New Zealand Boost Population

Recent Kakapo Hatchings in New Zealand Boost Population

Kakapos are making a sweet little comeback in New Zealand.

Kakapos are making a sweet little comeback in New Zealand. A few new chicks have finally arrived in the country, due to a slight but very significant baby boom.

The chicks are the first to be born in three years. The six chicks have made New Zealand’s kakapo population reach the 130 mark. The species is often called the owl parrot, given their striking resemblance to owls.

Native to New Zealand, the ground dwelling birds, which can weigh up to 8 pounds, are entirely flightless and are thought to be the world’s rarest and most bizarre parrot.

Kakapos are considered to be critically endangered. Contributing to their scarceness is the fact they only breed about three times over the course of a decade.

Prior to the recent hatchings, the last time any chicks were born was in 2011. On February 28th of this year, the first surviving chick named Lisa One hatched.

She’s definitely a fighter as her mother crushed the egg prior to the hatching. Luckily, rangers intricately pieced it back together. Five of the hatchings took place on the predator free Codfish Island, while the remaining one hatched on Little Barrier Island.

Three of them were taken in by the New Zealand Department of Conservation’s Kakapo Recovery program where they will be hand fed. Another two were fostered to kakapo mothers and will be continuously monitored.


2 Easy DIY Parrot Toys

2 Easy DIY Parrot Toys

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Whipper the Mutant Parakeet

Whipper the Mutant Parakeet

Meet Whipper, the mutant parakeet who lives in New Zealand.
This weird looking bird was abandoned at birth because of the way he looked – but we think he’s adorable !

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