Gotcha is wearing his sassy chatty pants before bed

Gotcha is wearing his sassy chatty pants before bed

Gotcha the Moluccan Cockatoo.
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❗️❗️❗️85% of parrots are either resold, given away, or abandoned within just 2 short years of being purchased. ADOPT DONT SHOP! Rescues are full of these wonderful birds, neglected, abandoned, and thrown out by inexperienced and most uneducated people that didn’t know the kind of work and commitment it takes to have birds. STOP UNNECESSARY BIRD BREEDING FOR PROFIT, and help these magnificent creatures.
If you are unable to adopt then please consider donating to a rescue/sanctuary that volunteers their time to help these animals in need.
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, please research, volunteer at a parrot rescue/sanctuary, KNOW what you’re getting yourself into before you take on the work that comes with loving and homing a parrot.
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 to me it’s all worth it, my parrots are my family and I love them like my children!
Please DO YOUR RESEARCH before adopting.
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They only have us❗️❗️



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Exotic Birds: Hyacinth Macaw Parrot

Exotic Birds: Hyacinth Macaw Parrot

Learn About Hyacinth Macaw Parrot – as part of the expert series by GeoBeats.

Learn about Hyacinth Macaw Parrot

One of the most unique birds out there is the Hyacinth Macaw. This is Matilda right here. Hyacinths are the biggest of the Macaws, they are a protected species in the wild. They are rather difficult to come by, a baby costs around 0,000. They are very sweet, they are called the gentle giants because they have a real good personality, they are very easy going and generally pretty friendly with people. They need a very big cage, at least about 4 feet wide. They also need a good environment, play stand, lots of things to play with, lots of things to chew on. They also need macadamia nuts as part of their diet. In the wild they eat a lot of palm nuts, and the closest we can really come here in the States is macadamia nuts. They do need palm nuts or macadamia nuts in their diet.

Birds are pretty long lived. A bird like this can have a life expectancy of up to 50-60 years, maybe even longer. They don’t usually live to their life expectancy, so I would say that an average age on a bird like this would be maybe 30-40 years.

Matilda is very unique because they are very difficult to breed. They are very gentle, pretty quiet. Although when they do make noise it is pretty loud. They don’t, they’re not real good talkers. When Matilda talks, she says, hello and everyone in the store kind of laughs because it sounds so strange. There are several different types of Blue Macaws although many of them have become extinct or are almost extinct in the wild, but there are a few birds that have this coloring. This is the Hyacinth Macaw.

How to Choose Your Bird’s Stand

How to Choose Your Bird’s Stand

How to Choose Your Bird’s Stand – as part of the expert series by GeoBeats.

Hi, I am Rick Horvitz with Golden Cockatoo in Deerfield Beach, Florida, and I am here to talk to you about perches since you already have your parrot. This perch, which I have right here, is what will come with the cage that you just bought. It is a dowel. It is an even circumference. It looks real pretty, it looks real smooth. But it is horrible for your bird. Throw it away. Get rid of it. Okay? We do not like it. Why do not we like it? There is no variance in diameter. Horrible. Imagine, the bird normally flies and now it is in the cage a lot, at least sleeping, in the same spot every night with his feet exactly the same way. Now what would happen to your hands if your hands were like that all day long? Arthritis, cramps, etc.

It is very important to have something for the perch, for your bird to perch on, that is going to, basically, have a lot of variance in diameter. One of the first woods that people started using for their parrots was manzanita. Now manzanita does have a variance in diameter. This happens to be a piece of manzanita that has been scraped. The manzanita is a really nice red wood. It is a desert wood – Arizona, high desert areas is where it grows. And it was used at first because people could just go up in the hills and basically cut the wood down for free, put a bolt and a fender washer in the bottom of it, and sell it to people with birds. The problem with manzanita is that it is very, very slippery, so the birds get something that is called “bumblefoot”. When they try to grab onto it, they slide, and when they slide, it causes abrasion on their pads right here, which is not good for the bird. Plus it is so hard that when the birds do chew it, it splinters and breaks apart and gets destroyed fairly easily. Right now, there are still some people who like manzanita. It is still available, it is very inexpensive. It is better than a dowel, but it is not the best wood for your bird.

What has recently come out for parrots that you will see a lot of is this wood, which is coffeewood. It is beautiful. It is gorgeous. Great piece of furniture. Is it good for birds? In my opinion, no. Why not? Same thing as manzanita: it is very slippery, it is very hard. It is even more slippery than manzanita, because a lot of places just basically, actually slide it and take the little bark that is on there, on the tree, off to make it extremely slippery. And then when they clean it, it gets even more slippery. (Hey, Sam, do you mind?) So it looks pretty; I say no for javawood, coffeewood, whatever people call it. We offer it; a lot of stores offer it. It is fine if you want to use one or two perches, I guess, as variety, but do not use it as a roosting perch, do not use it as a food perch. Maybe use it for in between. Certainly not as a stand.

Another type of wood which I do like a lot is this, which is really a vine. It is called grapevine. It does not look anything like this when it is producing grapes. But what people have done is gone to the vineyards, and made a deal with the vineyards to take the non-producing grapevines, sandblast them, the good companies bake them to get the bugs out of them, and offer them for the birds. You can see after what I have said why this is so good for birds: a lot of variance in diameter, a lot of nooks and crannies, so any size bird could really use this perch. A little Green Cheek could use this, the Hyacinth Macaw behind me, or Sam here, our blue-and-gold, could use it. No problem at all. It is a great piece of wood. Because there is nooks and crannies, it is a little bit more difficult to clean, but I like it. Grapevine is a really good wood to use, especially if it has been baked, so you do not have the bug issue.

And another type of wood that is really new is the bottle brush. It has been around for years. A lot of people do not know about it. It is a Florida wood. Birds like to chew and they like to gnaw, and this does both, this provides both for the birds. Plus, there is a variance in diameter as you can see. The outside bark is thick, it is chewy, it is fun, it is a toy, so the birds can chew off the bark. So now this perch is not only a perch, but it is also a toy. Underneath, the wood is very hard, but it also compresses, so when the birds gnaw on it, it squeaks and it compresses together, and little pieces of it come off rather than bit chunks of it splintering off. So this is our favorite wood, and birds’ favorite wood.

How to Pick a Bird | Pet Bird

How to Pick a Bird | Pet Bird

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Doctor Hess: So when you’re choosing a pet bird, what you should not do is walk into a pet store, see that beautiful bird with all those phenomenal colors, and on impulse just take it home with you and buy it. Birds require a lot of care, a lot of preparation and a lot of thought before you spend that large amount of money, usually to get that bird.

It’s not just what you’re going to do on that day, it’s the future preparations that you have. You have to think about things like, do you travel? Are you home enough for the bird? Are you out of your house all day? What are you going to do if you have to be out all day long? Who’s going to take care of the bird? Or if you have to take a trip, who’s going to take care of that bird?

Do you have the means to take care of this bird, everyday to provide it with fresh produce, healthy foods? Do you have the space to take care of that bird? There are so many things to consider when you’re choosing a bird. People ask us for advice all the time about this. What other things do they consider when looking for a bird?

Sarah: I think one of the biggest mistakes people make is they’ve never had a bird before and they really want that big beautiful bird that talks really well. I think one of the biggest problems with those birds is they oftentimes have very serious behavioral problems, and these people often aren’t equipped to actually deal with that.

While the birds are very smart, that’s always their biggest downfall it seems, is that they need to be constantly occupied. I think people, if it’s their first bird, it’s probably a bad idea to get that African Grey or that Macaw or that bird that says hello to you as soon [as you] walk into the store.

Doctor Hess: That’s right. So many birds end up in shelters because they develop behavior problems, things like biting and screaming and destructive behaviors because they’re really not what the owner thought they were when they got them. It’s not just about talking and looking beautiful.

These are very, very intelligent animals that in the wild live in flocks of thousands and thousands of birds, and we pluck them out or we raise them here in the United States now. We don’t take them from the wild. But we put them individually or in pairs of cages, and we go out and work all day, and this is really not a normal environment for them.

They need a lot of stimulation, a lot of socialization, and unless you’re prepared to do that, you really should think twice about getting a bird. Don’t buy them on impulse. Ask for advice and learn about the bird before you go out and adopt or buy a parrot.

Birds Trip to the PET STORE!

Birds Trip to the PET STORE!

All the local pet stores know us we take different birds to the stores on a regular basis. They draw lots of attention and proplr just love to talk to them. Plus they have learned they can pick out their own toys. Just getting to come means that they uasually get extra treats.

Things You Should Know Before You Buy A Parrot

Things You Should Know Before You Buy A Parrot

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Getting a parrot!!

Getting a parrot!!

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Ifitstuff Safe, Secure and Sustainable re-installation of a Parrot CK3100

Ifitstuff Safe, Secure and Sustainable re-installation of a Parrot CK3100

If you are looking to buy a Parrot Ck3100 or other handsfree car kit, are you considering the installation quality as well as the price? Find out a little more about what goes on behind the dashboard here. Don’t forget to subscribe so you will be kept up to date with our new videos. visit to find an ifit-3SI local installer.

Tropical Birdland, Desford

Tropical Birdland, Desford

Tropical Birdland in the village of Desford, near Leicester.

This little paradise in the middle of England is the perfect place to spend a few hours, relax, have fun and escape the world as we know it. We visit every few weeks so on this occasion I decided to make a little video. Join us in visiting the birds that reside here.

Birds here include: Parrot, Owl, Kea, Macaw (Military, Blue and Yellow, Hyacinth, Scarlet), Cockatiel, Ring-necked and Alexandrine Parakeet, Amazon, African Grey, Caique, Cockatoo, Galah, Dove, Hornbill, Emu, Minah Bird, Sun Conure, Lory, Toucan, Kookaburra, Touraco… (plus wild visitors such as Tit, Pigeon, Sparrow and Robin), many of these are in this video. Some are in aviaries but many are loose and free flying – holding, feeding and playing with the birds is encouraged!

There is also a koi pond, woodland walk, tea room (called The Real Macaw), hatchery (you can see baby birds growing and even buy them) and a gift shop.

Three of my favourite birds are in this video: ‘Yellow Thing’, a yellow Alexandrine parakeet (don’t know if he has a real name); Harry Potter, an Eclectus Parrot (I think?) with a green head but very few feathers elsewhere (he likes saying “Hhmmmmm” a lot); Rosie, an African Grey who is just the softest thing ever, as you will see.