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Oh, hi. Good morning. My favorite bird people. How are you doing?
Good Martha. How about yourself?
Oh wonderful. I’m sitting here with my two umbrella cockatoos and we have some fruit flies.
I was wondering if you have any product I could order that might help with that?
Let me double-check.
Donna B writes on 9/9/2018
I have a 6-1/2 year old Jubilee Macaw (named Bijou) who seems to be having a very difficult molt.
I am concerned his constant picking might turn in to plucking.
Bijou has begun constantly picking on himself and pulls out not only larger feathers but also small to mid size feathers and gray fluff.
As of now, however, I don’t see any skin abrasions or blood.
My husband and I have two 14-year-old African grey parrots.
We bought them from a pet store that sold only parrots when they were chicks.
They seem very healthy – have good appetites, play, scream, etc.
However, one of the birds has been losing her feathers and it is getting worse.
I’m going to interpret this as a cage placement question.
The answer is not straightforward.
Parrots like privacy.
We talk a lot about the birdcage canopy effect of lining the top third of your bird’s cage with so many toys that you can not see the bird.
This gives them a sense of security in that they are not easily seen all the time.
You have some sort of window covering in your bedroom, right? (more…)
Name: Inna M
We have a 7 year old African grey.
Unfortunately we made a mistake and did not train him properly.
We are having problems with his behavior.
He is angry.
He only obeys one person in the house.
Is it too late to train him? Who can we turn to?
At first I thought to myself “this’ll be fun.”
Once I started the project it was a bit more difficult than I forecasted.
I originally started with 9 YouTube channels but some favorites needed to be included not simply based upon numbers.
For those who are not following on us Facebook or our YouTube channel, you’ll note that we are ramping up our use of Fid-eo to better communicate caged bird care.