A series of Parrot Handbooks that cover best practices in care and nourishment for parrots.

The Conure Handbook

Are you conjuring up plans to bring a conure into your home? Playful, curious conures can certainly make life interesting! Conures are actually considered the comedians of the parrot world. Many conure owners have observed their birds dancing back and forth or mimicking the movements of humans. These witty, charismatic birds are experts at draw in laughter from their human companions!

Amazon Parrot Handbook

The Amazon Parrot Handbook

orful, lovable Amazon parrots brighten homes around the world. These winged natives of the New World are known for their big personalities. You can find Amazons flying over canopied forests throughout parts of South America, Mexico and the Caribbean. Most Amazons have green bodies speckled with brush strokes of color. Splashes of beautiful blue, red, lilac, yellow and white create unique patterns on individual birds. You are truly getting a one-of-a-kind creature when you bring an Amazon parrot into your world!

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The African Grey Handbook

If you have a grey parrot, they are very special indeed! They are known for their intelligence, warmth, kindness to their owners, and their imitation of alarm noises, water drips, and other miscellaneous and pretty funny sounds. African greys just like all other bird companions have emotional, physical, and nutritional needs. Daily outside-cage playtime, exercise, and healthy food is crucial for their well-being.

Cockatiel Handbook

The Cockatiel Handbook

Cockatiels appeared to Johann Georg Wagler to be like nymphs. These gray, camouflaged birds perhaps sung to him like the nymphs in Ancient Greek mythology were known to do, and perhaps this is why they are named as such. He then dubbed them in binomial nomenclature, Nymphicus hollandicus, or the Nymphs of New Holland. New…

The Parakeet Handbook

The Parakeet (also called budgerigars or budgies), natives of Australia, ramble in flocks in their natural habitats from fresh seeds and water to more seeds and water across the nearly three million square miles of Australia. So it is easy to imagine that these little friends of ours crave good company and food. In this…