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Tips on Keeping Your Amazon Tame (or any other Parrot) by Sally Blanchard Topic: Species Specific
I hear it all the time - the rumor is that Amazons are such 'nasty' birds that they should all be placed in breeding programs after they exhibit the slightest sign of sexual behavior because they will turn into vicious blood-lusting monsters. If this is true, how come I know so many delightful Amazo...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
Sally's Product Review by Sally Blanchard Topic: Special Interest
My recent seminar to the wonderful bird shop Parrot Island in St. Louis Park, Minnesota provided an opportunity to see several of their new products. Spikey Le Bec was lucky enough to stay in one of the Parrot Island Acrylic cages while we were visiting. He has a smaller one in my office as his play...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
A Terrific Minnesota Trip by Sally Blanchard Topic: Special Interest
As I write this I just returned from a weekend trip to the Minneapolis area where I did a seminar for Terry and Shari Beaudoin of Parrot Island - one of the absolute best bird shops in the world! I couldn't stay longer because of my PBR deadline but I had a wonderful time enjoying their incredible h...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
The Complexities of Feather Destructive Behavior by Sally Blanchard Topic: Veterinary Health
During consultations and seminars, I am often asked to provide a solution for feather plucking problems in companion parrots. I can share helpful information but absolute solutions are usually difficult. Parrots rarely indulge in feather destructive behavior for just one reason. There are probably a...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
The Importance of The Cage Territory by Sally Blanchard Topic: Behavioral
In the wild, parrots can be quite territorial during breeding season, establishing well-defined boundaries that they defend with their mate or flock against intrusion. Just as the wild parrot established its territories, a caged bird instinctively establishes its territory in the cage and/or househo...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
Giving Your Parrot a Bath by Sally Blanchard Topic: General Care
In the wild, excellent feather condition is essential to the survival of any bird. In addition to flight, feathers provide insulation and temperature control, waterproofing and protection from the elements and are used both for camouflage and 'advertising'. It is instinctive behavior for our pet bir...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
Why I Recommend Certain Breeders and Bird Shops by Sally Blanchard Topic: Introduction
One of my greatest pleasures in life is talking to people who have purchased delightful hand-fed baby birds from quality breeders or pet shops. One of the greatest frustrations is listening to the stories of people who have purchased either sick or neurotic birds. Over the years, I have talked with ...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
A Pet Parrot Isn't for Everyone by Sally Blanchard Topic: Introduction
Is a pet parrot right for everyone? Absolutely not! In the last few years there have been newspaper articles and television programs proclaiming parrots as the easy-care pet of the 90's. Whoever produced these articles and programs either never owned a parrot, or if they did, did not know how to tak...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
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