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Northern Parrots Blog: June 2012

Welcome to our Blog page. Here you'll find lots of useful information about Everything for your Parrot. There's expert blogs & articles from Rosemary Low, the late Liz Wilson, Mike Simmons, Dorothy Schwarz and Barbara Heidenreich to name a few.

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Guidelines For New Parrot Owners

Friday, 29th June 2012Written By Liz Wilson

If you're a new Parrot owner, whether you have a baby or adult bird, Liz Wilson highlights the benefits of starting Parrot ownership the right way to prevent problems in the future.

Topics covered include medical, nutritional and behavioral guidelines. Ensure you and your bird start off on the right foot for a happy and healthy relationship.


Important Stuff to Teach Baby Parrots

Monday, 25th June 2012Written By Liz Wilson

Set your baby Parrot on the right path! Liz Wilson explains how teaching your baby Parrot to behave and respond to simple commands from an early age can have huge rewards later in life.

With the right tools you can help your baby bird learn behaviours that will help them succeed in their human habitat.


How Long Do Parrots Really Live?

Tuesday, 19th June 2012Written By Rosemary Low

Rosemary Low offers some sound advice and insight in to this sometimes mystifying realm of Parrots.

Providing useful information, Rosemary looks at some historical examples of long-lived Parrots and discusses the effect of ageing on Parrots.


The One Person Bird

Friday, 8th June 2012Written By Liz Wilson

Liz Wilson explains why the common perceptions about our companion Parrots preferring one person can actually be the cause of the problem.

This article is filled with useful information covering areas such as rehabililtation, controlling aggression and prevention.



Saturday, 2nd June 2012Written By Liz Wilson

Is wing-clipping right for your Parrot? Liz Wilson discussing this hot topic, providing useful insight based on years of experience.

Read about the pros and cons for both sides of the debate and make up your mind if the practise of wing-clipping has its place in the world of Parrots.


Household Dangers And Sensible Precautions

Friday, 1st June 2012Written By Liz Wilson

Liz Wilson provides some essential advice on managing dangers within your own home.

Potential dangers can come from a wide range of areas, From simple things such as liquids and foods to household appliances, furniture and household cleaners.

With some careful thought and forward planning you can easily reduce and eliminate many of these risks to ensure your home is as safe as possible for your birds.

With a little more planning you can also ensure you have emergency procedures in place just in case!


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