When Parrot Adoptions Go Wrong

There are countless exotic bird rescues and parrot rehoming organizations across the United States and spanning into other countries all over the world.  These organizations work their hearts out to make sure that the birds they take under their wing (pun intended) are given an excellent quality of life and are found “forever” homes.  But […]

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A Grey Area

I got another email from someone asking me what I thought about the difference of African Grey subspecies and if I had a favorite.  This is not the first time I have been asked this question.  I also got asked what I thought about the advice from online African Grey social media groups…. so I figured […]

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“Chats” with Jason Crean

When I think about doing a “Chats” interviews with people, I think about the top priority for me…. Inspiration. Does this person inspire me?  Does this person try and shed a positive light in the world of aviculture?  Does this person do it, not for the ackolades or the attenion, but for the love of […]

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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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Do I have to choose?

When I started parrotearth.com, I never knew that it would have such an impact on aviculturists around the globe, it actually got scary to see where and how many people were reading my blog.  I have read many emails, and messages on Facebook, from people thanking me for having a fresh perspective,documenting my journey and […]

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