We rescued her from a life of solitude. She was clipped unfortunately. The previous owners did however hand feed her so she was semi-used to hands they just never really paid much attention to her outside of feeding. I will upload more videos of her as we progress in her training and socialization.
Hello parrot lovers!!
This Parront Tip Tuesday is about heavy metal toxicity in parrots and how to prevent it.
I think this video is very important to saving the life of your parrot through parrot education and prevention. I have become very passionate about this subject and I hope you find this parrot tip video useful enough that this never happens to you!
Check out our parrot lover Film SNIFFERS!!
Facebook Group Page: PARROT STATION
Instagram For Parrot Feature: Follow @engagednotcaged
Instagram For Live parrot Q&A: Follow @marlenemccohen
For Skype Information: Email email@example.com
Come join our FACEBOOK Group Page: PARROT STATION
– Introduce your parrot
-Share pictures and stories about your bird
-Get to know other members
-I can’t wait to meet them
For your parrot to be featured on @engagednotcaged INSTAGRAM:
-Follow @Engagednotcaged on Instagram
-Tag your parrot photo with #engagednotcaged
-Share your parrots name in the post
-Welcome new parrots!!
To participate in live parrot Q&A with Marlene:
-Follow @marlenemccohen on Instagram
To see Picasso, Jersey, Vinny, Rocky and Cody every day:
-Follow @marlenemccohen on Instagram and tune in my Instagram story, going all day!
Need More Help:
For information about private Skype sessions:
MY SISTER, GENNA’S SNAPCHAT (where she posts about her day with the birds and dogs)
Georgie is a Quaker Parrot, otherwise known as a Monk Parakeet. Parrots are very sacred in Hinduism as they are the vehicle of the Hindu Love God, Kama. Kama rides his holy parrot while using his bow made of sugar-cane to fire arrows of passion into all living beings. Parrots are also a symbol of fertility in Hinduism: in some parts of India, married women will buy or paint pictures of parrots to ensure fertility. In other parts of India, Hindus believe parrots can see the future, and are used as fortune tellers, choosing cards with their beaks that will tell people what their future holds. So for a good future, you better be nice to Georgie!
Gotcha the Moluccan Cockatoo.
Follow Gotcha on Instagram!: https://instagram.com/gotcha_the_cockatoo
I have no idea folks…. Hahaha.
I honestly don’t know if this is any where near what he’s actually talking about 😂. Some of it is clear, like “I gotcha bird” obviously lol!
And maybe even “right there’s a misfit from bird city”…. I swear that’s what he says! Haha
Anyways, I hope you enjoy the video! It’s not easy subtitling ones like this 😁😉.
But it seems the subtitled ones are a favorite to most.
This is what I think I hear lol but let me know if you hear or think he’s saying somethings differently! 😆
Thanks for watching! 💙
❗️❗️❗️85% of parrots are either resold, given away, or abandoned within just 2 short years of being purchased. ADOPT DONT SHOP!
I cannot stress enough how heartbreaking this sad truth is…. Too many people impulse buy parrots because of cute or funny traits they’ve seen in other birds. No two parrots are alike…
A life stuck in a cage is cruel and so unfair to these magnificent beautiful creatures.
They deserve the absolute best!
So if you are interested in a parrot, adopt one because you have the time and energy and if you want to save them from a life stuck behind bars, not solely because they are cute or funny etc.
parrots are a LIFETIME commitment. They can live up to 80+ years!!
I’ve given up many many things to give my two parrots the best life they can possibly have! (Night out, gone on weekends, vacation time, a clean quiet house, extra money.. Etc.)
But it’s all worth it, my parrots are my family and I love them like my children!
Please DO YOUR RESEARCH before adopting.
After all, we have our friends, our jobs, and our hobbies…
They only have us💗❗️❗️