Duke Budgie – Parakeet Tricks and Flight Recalls

Duke Budgie – Parakeet Tricks and Flight Recalls

Budgie owners of flighted and clipped parakeets, please visit parrot forum: http://theparrotforum.com/

You can see Duke the budgerigar wave, turn around, fetch and fly to me on cue. I’m just filling in for Kat while she’s away to keep him in shape and trained.

Here is an article I wrote about the basic elements of flight training:

http://www.theparrotforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=228

DAÑOS COLATERALES: DOCTRINA PAROT

DAÑOS COLATERALES: DOCTRINA PAROT

Este es el programa al completo de DAÑOS COLATERALES sobre la DOCTRINA PAROT. Cake Minuesa entrevista en exclusiva a Esperanza Aguirre. Conocemos a fondo qué ha fallado para que tantos terroristas, violadores, y asesinos en serie estén en la calle.

How to Draw Parrot

How to Draw Parrot

How to Draw Parrot step by step easy

In this video we are going to learn how to draw a Parrot for kids. This is quite easy drawing and I am sure kids are going to enjoy minion drawing.

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Air pollution: Dirty old birds can show changes in air pollution over last 135 years – TomoNews

Air pollution: Dirty old birds can show changes in air pollution over last 135 years – TomoNews

CHICAGO — Researchers analyzed the amount of soot on birds in museums from Rust Belt cities to track air pollution over the last 135 years.

A new paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows the discoloration of birds in museum collections can be used to estimate the amount of black carbon air over time, Science Daily reported.

Researchers from The Field Museum and the University of Chicago sampled over a thousand birds collected over the last 135 years to find out and quantify the effects of soot in the air in Rust Belt cities like Chicago, Detroit and Pittsburgh.

To track changes in sootiness, the scientists photographed the birds and measured the light reflected off of them.

They found that older birds were dirtier and new birds were cleaner. The team discovered that soot on birds closely tracks the use of coal over time.

Researchers also pointed out that even though newer birds are cleaner, it doesn’t necessarily mean U.S. air is less polluted. Many of the pollutants released into the atmosphere today aren’t as easily tracked as soot.
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Sympathetic parrot reacts to owner’s cough

Sympathetic parrot reacts to owner’s cough

Einstein the parrot offers words of comfort as he observes his owner having a coughing spell. Parrots do sneeze to clear their nasal passages, however they cannot cough or clear their throat the way humans can. Amazing how they imitate those sounds! Anyone have a tissue for Einstein?

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How to take care of a parrot(in Hindi/Urdu and English)

How to  take care of a parrot(in Hindi/Urdu and English)

Parrot is one of the famous pet birds in the world. They are strong and very friendly. taming a parrot is not too tough. But the main thing that you should know before taming a parrot is its diet. Diet is the most essential thing to know.
Because without a proper diet a parrot can’t become healthy and friendly. Without a proper diet they become diseased and frustrated. With a proper diet they can live up to 22-27 years. So, watch the video to know the proper diet of a parrot
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It’s a Parrot Jungle! 🌿

It’s a Parrot Jungle! 🌿

Our mini forest in the backyard is an enriching place for the parrots to play and be at peace. They love listening to the wild outside birds and enjoy the rays of sunshine. We are always with the birds, they are never left unattended. Our parrots LOVE the misting shower, fresh fruits & veggies, clean wood to chew on, & our ATTENTION!

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Bella, DYH Amazon parrot up for adoption

Bella, DYH Amazon parrot up for adoption

Bella is a friendly Double Yellow-headed amazon that came to us in April 2013. She is a bit “feather-challenged” on her chest, like due to stress from some major changes in her previous life. She was obviously loved in the past though, because of her temperament and desire to be near people. If you are interested in adopting this sweet girl, visit our site at http://thegabrielfoundation.org/adoption/.