A great article about behavior by Dr. Susan Friedman. (The picture is Roman, soaking up affection).
“Though I do not believe that a plant will spring up where no seed has been, I have great faith in a seed. Convince me that you have a seed there, and I am prepared to expect wonders.” — Henry David Thoreau Out of the Blue (2009) “It all […]
When we have an event, this is one of the handouts we give to those who show an interest in caring for a parrot in their homes. Those who serve on the board of The Avian Welfare Coalition are leaders in the areas of avian biology and psychology. They are worthy […]
[Much of this article is written tongue-in-cheek. Nonetheless, I think the gist of the advice is good. It follows behavioral science and guidelines but staggers around a bit like Dean Martin on a bender.] A parrot perfectly imitates a baby crying. It makes you wonder, doesn’t it? Why would a […]
Parrot perfectly imitates a child crying because the kid’s parents didn’t realize just how smart a parrot is!
This is one expressive ringneck!
When you are involved in parrot rescue you see many things: suffering, neurosis and psychosis. Often I see eyes darkened by futility. They have given up. They have reached the point where they would rather die than continue living. Life has become a living hell where the one that they […]