Hindsight is 20/20

When most people are making their new year’s resolutions, I like to sit down with a cup of coffee and do a little bit of emotional inventory.  Reflection in my opinion is a great way to remember where you have been and take said emotional inventory and maybe learn a little something.  My friend Dru […]

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How I Trained My Bird To Bite Me by Jennifer Phillips

How I Trained My Bird to Bite Me By Jennifer Phillips  We all make mistakes.  When it comes to the animals we love, it’s difficult to put our egos aside and admit we messed up.  This article is about one of those situations that seemed inconsequential at the time, but could have become a larger […]

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Travey’s Story by Julie Corwin

Travey’s Story by Julie Corwin (2nd place in Parrot Earth’s 100th Blog Post Writing Contest)         Travey Re Esta is a mature female Magna Double Yellow, and has had quite an exciting life, with many stories to tell.  Travey was actually a smuggled bird, but not like the horror stories that we […]

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The Bird With No Name by Charlotte Carlile

THE BIRD WITH NO NAME by Charlotte Carlile (Winner of Parrot Earth’s 100 Blog Post Writing Contest) About two months ago, after spending 3 weeks with a friend who is owned by a sweet Green Cheek Conure, I knew I wanted a companion also. When I got home to Daytona Beach, Florida, I began to […]

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And The Winner Is….

  To celebrate the 100th Blog Post here on Parrot Earth, I wanted to do something to involve my supportive readers, so I decided hold a little writing contest!  Well, I thought it was going to be little.  Instead I got so many entries from people all over the country, and even some from over […]

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