Not long to go now until Think Parrots 2016 on Sunday June 19th, organised by our friends at Parrots Magazine. There’ll be a massive range of goods and services all under one roof and you can meet your fellow Parrot enthusiasts.
Here at Northern Parrots we’ll have an enormous stall with products at not to be missed show prices. You can choose your own Java tree from our huge selection, find the largest and freshest choice of foods and treats and pick from hundreds of toys that you think your feathered friend will love. All the top brands you know and love will be there, including Lafeber, Kaytee, ZuPreem and more.
Other exhibitors include The Budgerigar Society, The Parrot Society and Rosemary Low. See the full list of exhibitors on the Think Parrots website: http://www.thinkparrots.co.uk/exhibitors.html The masterclasses are free to attend (please book your seat when ordering your tickets). 11am-12pm - Alan Jones MCRVS Common Ailments and What to Look For 1pm – 2pm - Rosemary Low
The Foraging Parrot - Diets from the Wild to Captivity.
3pm - 4pm - David Woolcock
Practical Ways to Enrich The Life of Your Pet Parrot. As well as these hour long masterclasses, there will also be two, twenty-minute mini masterclasses, also presented by David Woolcock. 12.15pm - Problems with biting 2.15pm - Problems with screaming. Each of these mini masterclasses is limited to 20 places which must be booked in advance. Forms can be downloaded via the Think Parrots Website or by phoning 01273 464777. The show opens at 10am and closes at 5pm. This is the fifth Think Parrots and the third at Kempton Park Racecourse. There’s plenty of free parking available right outside the venue. Plus, there is a train station on site. The venue address is: Kempton Park Racecourse Staines Road East Sunbury-on-Thames TW16 5AQ
Tickets are only £9 for the full day when you buy in advance, or £10 when you pay on the door. Call 01273 464777 to book yours or buy them online from the official website: http://www.thinkparrots.co.uk We look forward to seeing you there. PS – Parrots are welcome! :)