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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: Fruit flies


Dear Parrots magazine,

Fruit flies

I read a letter in the November issue and would say that I have also had a lot of these little flies in my house. I know they can be very irritating, but would add they are not unduly harmful to us or your parrots.

Letters: A changed husband


Dear Parrots magazine,

A changed husband

I thought your readers might like to hear how my husband was converted. It was during the summer of 2020 when what turned out to be a Senegal parrot appeared in our garden and was trying to eat from one of our bird feeders. Neither I nor my husband had any knowledge of parrots so asked the RSPB what sort of bird it was. This was when we understood it was a Senegal parrot.

Letters: Cold weather threats


Dear Parrots magazine,

Cold weather threats

I would like to remind owners to be ready for possible cold snaps as winter approaches. It is easy to be drawn into a sense on complacency with climate change and hot weather around us, but with the changing weather patterns that now face us, anything can happen without warning.

Letters: Those flies


Dear Parrots magazine,

Those flies

I have an African Grey and a Blue-fronted Amazon and they get a very good diet including lots of fresh organic fruit. I have always followed the advice of many experts over the years and as a result, I think I do quite well with my two parrots.

Letters: Don’t write them off!


Dear Parrots magazine,

Don’t write them off!

I am very pleased Champa has found a forever home at Feathers Together (Parrots magazine October 22 (297). I would however like to make an important point. I quote: “Champa the Yellow Crowned Amazon came to Feathers Together back in May 2021 at the grand old age of 19.”

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