Wingabago Bird Carriers!

One word. Wow! Must have bird carrier. Why. Well, it’s more than a bird carrier. The Wingabago is a hospital cage, observation cage and more. Whether you have just one parrot or more than one parrot, there are times when you must have your parrot close, isolated, with close supervision. Used by many avian vets as a hospital cage, the Wingabago Bird Carrier is an important and necessary peice of equipment for parrot people. Plus, you can use it as a travel cage!

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Awesome Parrot Stands

All parrots need a bird stand. But, when you first get into parrots, ya gotta watch the budget. Caitec has you covered. Or say, you need a bird stand for the RV or boat. Well, this is it. If you’re like me, you’ve got a few bird stands. This is the bird stand for travelers or budget minded people. Check out affordable bird stands at www.birdsupplies.com

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How Earth Hour Can Help Parrots

Did you know that tropical deforestation accounts for nearly 20 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions? Each year, an area the size of New Jersey is cut down in the Amazon & Borneo, two of the world’s largest rainforests. These fallen trees could be absorbing large amounts of carbon dioxide – the primary greenhouse gas. […]

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Parrots and Art: Parrot Totems

I’m always searching out how parrot have impacted the lives of humans. Or, even changed history! Well, hello. Parrots are part of history from way back in many cultures. Learning about Parrot Totems is fun. It’s freakin’ fantastic. Ever since the Europeans discovered the New World and Africa; ever since pirates needed companions, parrots have been esteemed. Here’s a little parrot history.

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Parrot Adoption: Homeless Parrots Need You!

You can go to your local PetSmart or PetCo and get a parrot or bird supplies. But the reality is that parrots and other exotic pets have specialized needs that are not compatible with a home living environment, unless you’re willing to make accomodations. Yeah, parakeets, cockatiels and larger parros are beautiful. Sure, they’re intelligent, But, unless you want to learn parrot language, they are hard to live with. Hence, homeless parrots. Learn more so that you don’t fall into the homeless parrot trap.

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