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Are birds meant to fly?

Tuesday, 3rd March 2015Written By Dot Schwarz

Flight development in baby birds is essential for their mental development. Wing clipping can therefore have a huge effect on a Parrot's development. Dot Schwarz looks at the arguments for and against wing clipping a Parrot.

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Get involved with Wild Bird Feeding Month - Part 1

Friday, 27th February 2015Written By Northern Parrots

Here’s the first part of our series on Wild Bird Feeding Month. In this part we’re focusing on the history of the month and wild bird food and seed mixes.

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Come along to the 2015 Stafford Spring Bird Show

Thursday, 26th February 2015Written By Northern Parrots

On Sunday 1st March it's the return of the Staffordshire Spring Bird Show, which hundreds of bird lovers and breeders attend to see which high quality bird are available. Find out more about the show on the link.

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Settling Into Work at the Ara Project in Costa Rica

Tuesday, 24th February 2015Written By Heather Scott

Heather Scott has been working at the Ara Project in Costa Rica for three weeks now and has kindly taken time out to write this blog for us. She writes about her daily duties, the kinds of Parrots she is caring for and her own personal challenges that she's faced.

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Flight Training and Creating Motivation Webinars

Friday, 20th February 2015Written By Barbara Heidenreich

Flight training and creating motivation webinars coming soon with Barbara Heidenreich. Places on the webinars are limited so book now.

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Show your Parrot how much you love them on Love Your Pet Day 2015

Tuesday, 17th February 2015Written By Northern Parrots

It's Love Your Pet Day on February 20th so here's how you can treat your Parrot on this special day with a new toy, pedicure, perch or even a lovely warm bath!

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A review of the National Theft Register and its objectives for the future.

Thursday, 12th February 2015Written By Northern Parrots

It’s Pet Theft Awareness Day on the 14th February. In the UK, the National Theft Register records thefts, losses and recoveries of exotic species, which includes zoological birds, reptiles and other animals. We asked John Hayward, who was one of the founders of the National Theft Register, to explain what the organisation does and the methods that pet owners can use to reduce the risk of their animal being stolen.

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Alternative Foodstuffs Our Parrots Love to Eat

Wednesday, 11th February 2015Written By Eb Cravens

Eb Cravens outlines a list of foods that your Parrot will love to eat, based on his own experience of caring for Parrots. This article was originally published in Parrots Magazine in October 2008.

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Dot Schwarz's daily life with Benni the Macaw

Friday, 6th February 2015Written By Dot Schwarz

Benni Macaw is six months old and has lived with Dot Schwarz's flock for five months. Here’s her second report of the ups and downs in his education and how Benni has been getting on.

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Heather Scott's trip of a lifetime volunteering with Parrots in Costa Rica

Monday, 2nd February 2015Written By Heather Scott

Heather Scott has worked with the Parrots at the Butterfly House in Sheffield for 5 years. On 2nd February 2015 she is going on the adventure of a lifetime to Costa Rica to volunteer with the Parrots at the Ara Project. Here's some more information on what she'll be doing on her trip and where her passion for Parrots began.

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