Here i am giving you ideas to setup your parrot cage..
You can add more plants..
This is a safe and good cage of large size
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Thank You for visiting with my babies.
I am Rita from Rainbow Parrots.
Many of my babies go home to families who live in other states.
The purpose of my videos is to introduce my babies to their new families.
Each week as the babies grow and mature their new families get to know their personality.
I hope you all enjoy watching the babies as they grow each week.
For more information about our birds….
Parrot School is back in session!
Elvis is learning how to play soccer (A.K.A football…out of the United states). I wanted to teach him basketball, but he wanted to push a ball around instead.
This video isn’t as good as I had hoped. It was dark out, and Elvis kept getting out of frame. I tried my best to keep him in frame.
Also it is shorter than I wanted due to a thunderstorm, strong winds, and I needed to get my own schoolwork done.
I forgot to mention the students who will be joining in by watching, those will be mentioned in the next video. Which should be up later today or tomorrow.
And the scratching sound was the Cat. I looked her in my bedroom so she wouldn’t get to my birds. She was freed from the room after the cages where securely locked and the birds were in their cages.
No animals were harmed during, before, or after the making of this video!
Thumbnail edited by me.
Video filmed and edited by me.
Staring Elvis and me.
1 1/2 years.
1 1/2 years
almost 6 years
over 6 years
16 1/2 years
Started at 2 1/2 years
She never graduated, she died before she started her second year.
Started 2 1/2 years
Never graduated, she died before her third class in her first year.
Started at 7 months
He never graduated, he died before his second year.
Students who work together:
PAIRS WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON
Past students who worked together.
Clicky and Cassie did their couple classes together.
Chrissy and Elvis did first year together.
Guava the Green Cheek Conure loves cuddle time! Caution: These birds are incredibly emotional and require a lot of patience, care, and supervision. I often compare owning a parrot to having a two year-old child that never grows up. Please research proper care if you are thinking about purchasing or better yet, adopting a pet bird.