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Adopt a parrot like Peachy

4 Cool Foraging Bird Toys for Under $15

Research attests to the huge benefits of foraging style bird toys.  Wild birds must forage for bird food and treats every day so foraging is in our parrot’s innate nature.  Providing your parrot with foraging bird toys requires your parrot to plan, contemplate and even” work out” to get desired treats and toys. More advanced […]

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Smokey the African Grey Parrot Enjoys the Holidays

Stocking Stuffer Parrot Gifts for Under $10

Fabulous Parrot Gifts Santa Claus is coming to town! So, don’t forget to get your parrots gifts.  Here are our recommendations for favorite parrot gifts for under $10!  These parrot gifts make great stocking stuffers. Whether your parrot has been naughty or nice, it deserves a holiday stocking packed with parrot favorites. Bird Foot Toys […]

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Train Your Parrot to Talk

Teach Your Parrot to Say Gobble!

Do you want to teach your parrot to say “Gobble, Gobble this Thanksgiving? It would be so fun if your parrot “gobbles” for the guests. Some of the best talking parrots are African Grey Parrots, Amazon Parrots, Eclectus Parrots, Indian Ring Necks, Quaker Parrots, some Macaw’s and American Parakeets! Birds learn words that they hear […]

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All Natural Super Food for Parrots

Nutrigreen All Natural Moringa Leaf for Parrots

We read about captive parrot malnutrition all the time.  While avian nutritional research has come a long way, we still don’t really understand how to replicate the natural dietary needs of parrots.  Captive parrots come from all over the world, Australia, Oceania,  South America, Africa.  Each of these regions has unique vegetation that parrots from […]

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Train Your Parrot to Talk

How Parrots Learn to Talk

Have you ever wondered how parrots learn to talk? Read on Genetics Could Explain Parrots Ability To Talk (via redOrbit) redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports – Your Universe Online Scientists say they have put together a more complete string of genetic letters that may control how well parrots learn to imitate their owners and other noises. […]

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