Parrot Care Guide

Parrot Care Guide – Parrot Care Guide – The Ultimate Parrot Care Guide will reveal what you need to know about pet birds and Parrots.

Simple secrets to caring for and keeping a healthy happy parrot and parrots as pets.

Pet Bird Care and Tips for Success

Will your parrot or pet bird outlive you?
An Amazon Parrot can live as long as 50 years, and a parakeet up to 15 years.
A birds lifespan is a common misconception amoung ,many pet bird owners.

Become more knowledgeable – Learn common pet bird misconceptions.

Healthy Birds – Is your pet parrot or bird healthy
Hidden dangers are lurking around every corner, and what you don’t know can
shorten your birds life span. Things you can do to keep them safe and
healthy. One major danger is fumes from chemical products such as aerosol
sprays, teflon pans and furniture polish. These things ca kill your parrot or
bird. Make sure they are in a well ventilated area.

Parrot nutruition: Feed yor pet parrot or bird correctly for a long and happy
life. Malnution is the most common cause of illness amoung the avain family. A
diet, for instance, that is based primaril on seeds is defiient in many
nutrients, including vitamin A, calcium and is also to high in fat content.

Basic pet bird care – Want to know how to care for , train and housebreak you
pet parrot or bird?
How about detecting illness early and find out what stages are and what
actions to take.

All these questions and more can be answered by clicking on the link below

Additional Resource –

African Gray Parrot (Timneh) more talking.1

African Gray Parrot (Timneh) more talking.1

Now more talking and this ends 2011 year talking by this lovely great African Gray Parrot (Timneh) 2 years old. Next I will upload next year with new words. Thank you for watching. This bird was bought wild one year old, now two years old and getting along with time. Never clipped feathers and never caged. Sorry for the not too good recording !! enjoy

Wild African Grey Parrots Drinking in Cameroon

Wild African Grey Parrots Drinking in Cameroon

These birds are visiting areas cleared or deforested by elephants to drink water, eat special plants, and to consume soil (geophagy). As these birds are seriously threatend by the legal and illegal trade, please join us in helping save the greys by either clicking on the DONATE NOW button, or visiting our