Archive for March, 2013

Bella

fos·ter /ˈfôstər/ Verb Encourage or promote the development of (something, typically something regarded as good). We have sat around and thought about taking in a foster for a while now.  We do have the room for something small and god knows there are enough birds in this world that could use a little love and […]

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Leaving a Legacy…(Not Quite Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead)

Have you ever heard of the old saying, “ignorance is bliss”?  Well that is so true in some cases.  Especially with health problems (well in mind my anyways).   See,  I worked in an industry that doesn’t always have benefits for its employees.  In fact, many of my friends that are in the hospitality industry […]

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Not All Who Roam…Are Lost.

Reading my blog here on Parrot Earth you have probably seen me write the term, “I am not an expert”.  That statement still applies.  I am continually trying to improve my knowledge of companion birds,  their health/behavior and the different environments that they live in.  While I am on this journey into owning two rambunctious […]

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Toucans: Not Just Another Pretty Beak.

Written By: Jennifer Michelle Phillips “Wow!  You have toucans?!”  It’s a question (exclamation!) I often get from parrot owners, curious as to what it’s like owning a softbill compared to a parrot.  Although Parrot Earth is about parrots and their care, I thought I’d give everyone a brief glimpse into my life with Toucans and […]

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Caesar

When choosing Parrot Earth’s Sponsor A Parrot Program’s bird for the month of March I had a feeling that something or someone would point me in the right direction.  Viki Bullock of the Parrot Troopers did just that. Miss Vicki’s Parrot Village is located fifteen minutes south of Atlanta GA.  They rescue, rehabilitate and offer […]

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