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Introduction(Letters)

Something to say? Write to Parrots magazine.All letters sent in will also now be posted in our magazine 'Letters' page.

Getting an issue off your chest can make you feel better, and there are many issues in the parrot world. Or if, simply, you just want to tell us all about something concerning your birds, here's your opportunity.

Parrot people love to hear other owners' experiences and the many other things that make us happy or, indeed, very angry.  So don't worry if your issue is controversial as we believe in a democratic system and will not 'cherry pick' letters.  As long as your letter is not obscene or libellous, it will get an airing.

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Letters: Great places to visit in the South West


Dear Parrots magazine,

Great places to visit in the South West

How lovely to read Rosemary’s Low’s account of her visit to Paradise Park in Cornwall. The collection there truly is unsurpassed in the UK, as are the splendid conditions in which the birds are maintained.

Letters: That new beak!


Dear Parrots magazine,

That new beak!

In the June issue, I was delighted to read about the parrot that got a new beak. It never ceases to amaze me how there are so many wonderful people who care for the birds we all love.

Letters: Choose organic


Dear Parrots magazine,

Choose organic

I have had my two macaws now for 37 years and I never tire of reading about all parrots, both from a companion point of view, and from some of the more interesting stories.

Letters: Bad behaviour


Dear Parrots magazine,

Bad behaviour

Please can we have more articles on ‘parrots behaving badly’?

Julian McKenzie, by email

 


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Letters: Those old boxes


Dear Parrots magazine,

Those old boxes

I read some time ago about using old boxes for parrot to tear up, and so am now saving all my empty cereal boxes and other similar ones. Suppose I am lucky in having a large cage for my Orange-wing and can get lots of boxes in it without encroaching on his space.

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