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From the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) "Out of an abundance of caution, it is recommended that those ill with COVID-19 limit contact with animals until more information is known…
“The only thing a Hyacinth macaw needs is an adult tricycle”
A big shout out to Carl Bryant mentioning Windy City Parrot where the sun never sets empire and our avian-centric Birdie Brunch served every Sunday morning at 7 AM wherever you are on the planet in answer 2 of the Quora question How Do I Care For A Hyacinth Macaw?
Let’s continue to answer one.
“If you don’t know anything about parrots. for God’s sake do not get a Hyacinth Macaw!”
Parrots we classify as Medium Large Species
Blue-fronted Amazon – Cuban Amazon – Double Yellow-headed – Amazon – Green-cheeked Amazon – Lilac-crowned Amazon – Mealy Amazon – Orange-winged Amazon – Red-lored Amazon – Spectacled Amazon – Tres Marias Amazon – Tucuman Amazon = Yellow-billed Amazon – Yellow-naped Amazon – Yellow-shouldered Amazon – Vinaceous Amazon (more…)
The Police featuring Sting, one of my favorite artists (and groups) were singing a great little ditty the other day on satellite radio and it got me thinking. The name of the song was Canary In A Coal Mine.
The theme of the song was “you live your life like a canary in a coal mine”. We’ve all had friends like that, but I digress.
For the unindoctrinated or too young to know about this, years ago caged canaries were brought down into coal mine shafts.
They acted as the first warning sign that oxygen was being depleted and replaced with dangerous gases such as methane or carbon monoxide. Their method of warning the coal miners – was to die (in most cases).
Okay, that's a bit of a stretch but if you could see what budgies see - not so much. A couple of weeks ago we talked about not fully understanding…
I sell bird toys – on the face of it, it shouldn’t be that hard. Under the hood, it’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life.
We’ve had a retail facility burnt to the ground. We’ve had another retail facility flood with sewer water because of improper plumbing practices.