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The Basics of Feather Picking by Dr. Tammy Jenkins, DVM Topic: Veterinary Health
Feather picking is a problem that has plagued and intrigued me for the last ten years. I wanted to speak about it because I wanted you to know that we can help many- perhaps 70% - of the birds that feather pick, but the journey is sometimes frustrating, time consuming, and expensive.
Published: Monday 02 August, 2004
Harmful Foods & Plants by General Topic: Safety
Published: Friday 25 June, 2004
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
A Tale of Three Meyers Parrots by Terry Beaudoin Topic: Species Specific
This article is the third in a series done for the Companion Parrot Quarterly (fka -- Pet Bird Report) covering my observations of the Poicephalus parrots. I have written these articles in a way that the reader will benefit most by having read them in order. Even though you may own no other member o...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
An Introduction to Senegal Parrots by Terry Beaudoin Topic: Species Specific
First a few statistics about Senegal parrots. The Senegal Parrot (Poicephalus senegalus) originates from central western Africa where they live in moist woodlands and on the edges of the savannahs. They are the most commonly owned bird of the poicephalus genus. Senegal parrots average about 9" in le...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
For Popeye by Bruce and Gretchen Zaeske Topic: Special Interest
When I bought Popeye, a beautiful five-year-old Blue Fronted Amazon, I didn't do it because I like birds. In fact, I had never even been close to a bird at all. I bought him because I fell in love with him. It was just that simple. Being cautious (lots of money involved), I started slowly. I visited...
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
Traveling With My Birds by Derek Johnson Topic: Special Interest
Traveling with my parrots has been a tremendous extension of their socialization. This is something that was done out of necessity on my part. When I began carting my flock around; I had no idea it was going to have such a positive effect upon my parrots.
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
Why Not a Parakeet, Cockatiel, or Other Small Parrot by Troy Beaudoin Topic: Special Interest
Why not a parakeet or cockatiel? Why do so many people overlook the smaller birds? One of the main reasons we hear is that they are not as "flashy, talkative, or as impressive as the larger parrots".
Published: Tuesday 22 June, 2004
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