What is Red Palm Oil and Why is it Good for Parrots?

Posted by Stephanie on 2/3/2019
What is Red Palm Oil and Why is it Good for Parrots?

Health and wellness circles have been praising the nutritional benefits of Red Palm Oil for a few years now, but this super-food is anything but new. In fact, herbologists have traced it’s use all the way back to the Ancient Egyptians!

Chop-Chop: Get cooking for Parrots

Posted by Stephanie on 1/28/2019
The concept: Put ingredients into a food processor and press the button to grind it up finely enough that the flock can’t pick bits out. It really is that straightforward.

Herbal & Alternative Remedies for Parrots!

Posted by Stephanie on 11/28/2018
Herbal & Alternative Remedies for Parrots!

These days, more and more Americans are turning naturopathic or herbal therapies. In some cases, patients seek out alternative medicines only after all of their more conventional options have failed them. But natural remedies aren’t always a last resort.

Halloween Safety Tips for Birds!

Posted by Stephanie on 10/3/2018
This is the time of year when most of us invite little neighborhood “goblins and ghoulies and long-legged beasties and things that go bump in the night” to our front doors for treats. Because this is considered the scariest time of the year, I thought it appropriate to share some of the frightening things that can happen if we are not vigilant while the festivities are going on. Although most of us understand that a costume party held in the area of the house that our birds consider a place of safety may be difficult for them, we do not think of how we may endanger them during those times when we entertain many costumed strangers on our door steps each October 31st.

Everything You Need to Know About Parrot Toys!

Posted by Stephanie on 8/15/2018
Toys and play offer your pet bird an outlet for hard-wired behaviors, such as chewing, shredding and destroying things. Chewing and shredding also keep your pet bird’s beak trimmed and healthy. Without toys, your furniture, books and other items can fall victim to your pet bird’s beak. Save your valuables by providing toys that can be ripped apart, shredded and chewed on by your pet bird.