CHRISTMAS TREES AND PARROTS

This time of year, nothing beats sitting in your cosy living room, sipping a hot drink by the twinkling lights of your meticulously decorated Christmas tree. If you are the proud owner of a pet bird, however, there is more to consider when choosing a tree than the colour scheme. The welfare and health of […]

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What the Happy Parrots have to say?

Happy Parrots Happy Parrots = Happy Humans In this page you share some of the pictures sent to us by our Feathered Shoppers. 14 Dec 2016 “Vessey Highly delighted with my new perch and thanks for the seed if I ever need anything else I shall get a member of my staff to contact you.” […]

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Orange-Bellied Parrot Emergency Rescue Operation

Orange-Bellied Parrot’s population has been declining for years, but this year it has reached its lowest number so far. The Orange-Bellied Parrot is Australia’s most endangered parrot species with only 21 breeding birds left in the wild. Just three female orange-bellied parrots survive in the wild, with 11 males also surviving the winter migration from Victoria […]

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Parrot Fossil Discovered in Siberia Recently

Parrot Fossil of a bird usually associated with the warmer climates was discovered recently in Siberia. Siberia, a place where only hardy wildlife such as brown bears, lynx and deer will survive is the source of this unique finding. For the first time ever a parrot fossil has been found in Siberia and has now […]

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Parrot species threat by legal and illegal trade in Southern Africa

Parrot Species Threat in Southern Africa. As a result of the legal animal trade Southern African parrot species are under threat. This excludes poaching threat. There were around 18,000 protected species of wild plant and animal worth $340 million sold legally between 2005 and 2014. At the top of the export list were live parrots. […]

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