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618 E Commercial Ave,
Lowell, IN 46356 USA
Hi…I was just reading some information on your website about where to place a birdcage. We Have a birdcage in our oversized master bedroom, however, I read that bedroom is not a good idea. Why?? We have 6 parakeets in a huge cage and have had them in here for a year or so…
We get lots of phone calls at Windy City Parrot covering many bird care topics. A recurring subject that arises is an “inherited” bird. Most recently a gentleman called to inquire about Bird Travel Carriers.
We always ask 2 questions in response to inquiries such as these. 1) What kind of bird? 2) How will the bird carrier be used? We always want to make sure we’re providing the appropriate equipment.
So a customer we’ve not seen before comes into the Birdie Boutique seeking bird food for his two African Grey Parrots…….and some advice.
He acquired these two birds. One was hand raised, the other African Grey was wild-caught. The parrots are in cages much too small. They are being fed primarily a bird food diet of seed and they’re making a helluva mess. The mess has gotten so out of hand he now has mice – everywhere!
Recently at some point, while the birds were out of the cage, one of the Greys pull all the wood paneling off one wall in the family room. So far his only solution was to buy a cat to get rid of the mice. Yikes!