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Parrots magazine eMag 280 May 2021


eMag 280 May 2021

An interactive, digital edition of Parrots magazine - download a copy today to read on your computer.

In the May issue of Parrots magazine:

• Parrot News – Please send us your news stories
• News from Loro Parque – Synchronisation with breeding pairs
• Max needs a home. By Lenka Panackova. More often than not, many parrot owners are faced with the very hard decision of having to find a new home for their much-loved companion, whatever the reasons may be – READ MORE
• Figaro and his toolmaking! By Virginia Morell
• Complete Psittacine. By Eb Cravens. Parrots with No Bird Identity
• Why Do Parrots Eat Dirt In The Amazon? By Devorah Bennu aka GrrlScientist – READ MORE
• One Tanygnathus species becomes two. By Rosemary Low
• Shelby the Macaw. By Carlie Thomas. Shelby the macaw is a young Blue and Gold macaw living in Bedfordshire with her owners Carlie and Dan who have two children each, Ben, Phebe, Kason and Elissa, and their dog and cat, Shadow and Elsa. It’s a full and busy household, and as you can imagine, it gets very noisy at times! But let’s go back a year to March 2020 to find out how Shelby came to be with this particular family – READ MORE
• The Holistic Parrot. By Leslie Moran. Healthful benefits of low glycemic foods
• Tall trees and nest-boxes – a winning combination for belizensis. By David Waugh, Correspondent, Loro Parque Fundación – READ MORE
• Breeding – No age cut-off point. By Pam Fryer. Although the information in this article refers to Genus Amazona, it can also apply to other species. We know the larger species of Amazon parrots can have a life span of between 60 to 70 years providing their nutritional needs are met, well cared for and kept as stress free as possible
• Parrot’s Foraging Pepper Basket. By Karmen Budai. A recipe for your parrot
• Your parrot queries answered – our panel of experts is available to answer all your queries on companion or breeding parrots
• Letters
• DVDs and Back Issues for sale – a selection of mostly parrot related DVDs and many back issues of this magazine, all with FREE delivery
• Parrots Helpline – if you have a parrot problem – whether it be health, diet, or anything else – you can contact any of the advisors listed here
• And lots more…

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