Thousands of parrots are living in a parrot rescue awaiting a forever home right now. A couple of reasons come to mind about why so many parrots end up in a parrot rescue before age five. IMPULSE: Baby parrots are incredibly captivating and adorable! Inquisitive, playful, tolerant and fun. Baby parrots crave socialization and are [...]
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Did you know that in the U.S., pets are considered personal property to buy and sell at will? Even parrots, many species which are on the CITIES Endangered Species List. Rehoming a dog or a cat happends all the time. Rehoming parrots is becoming a serious concern for our feathered friends. Rehoming a parrot through [...]
This past week of Hurricane Sandy has certainly been scary for everyone. If you’re a real parrot lover, than you know the sense of panic that sets in when faced with evacuating parrots. We had to evacuate 7 parrots in the Summer of 2012 and we’ve done a lot of research on how to prepare. [...]
After our horrific 2012 Colorado Springs fire summer of having to evacuate our own flock of parrots and dogs at BirdSupplies.com, we get the fear that hurricane “ISAAC” is creating in the Caribbean and East coast. Our hearts especially go out to Haiti and surrounding islands. Last night, I wondered about how the Puerto Rican [...]
I’ve had horrible insomnia since pre-school. For some reason, I need to tune out the ordinary household sounds and the worries of the day with T.V. at night. So, I turn HLN on the T.V. at night and listen to Nancy Grace’s quest toward justice, Joyce Baher’s comedic ramblings and Jane Velez-Mitchell’s emotionally charged stance [...]
Are you about parrots? Explore the parrot adoption, re-homing option available from quality parrot rescue organizations such as The Gabriel Foundation. Read our review of The Gabriel Foundations bird supplies and about their care for needy parrots.
Have you heard of Parrot Mountain & Gardens located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee? I’d love to go! They advertise that Parrot Mountain is 4 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens with hundreds of tropical birds housed in English Cottage style aviaries. Racoon123 writes on TripAdvisor: My Husband , myself and some friends were vacationing in Gatlinburg [...]
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.
A PARROTS BILL OF RIGHTS BY: Stewart A. Metz, M.D. 1. GET TO KNOW ABOUT PARROTS BEFORE YOU BRING ME HOME – I am not a domesticated pet like a dog or cat. I still have the spirit of the jungle in me. I have special needs which you may find it hard to fill. [...]
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Diane Burroughs is the founder of BirdSupplies.com. She is passionate about parrots - her own flock, your flock and wild parrots. Her passion for parrots shows in her product offerings on www.BirdSupplies.com