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Letters: Give some fresh air


Dear Parrots magazine,

Give some fresh air

When we get past Christmas and into the new year I always think of getting my birds out into fresh air. Perhaps I am quite fortunate living close to the south coast in the UK where we often miss the worst of the weather, which means we often can enjoy relatively warm weather and in some cases, despite being in January, some days can be quite mild.

Letters: Breeding articles please


Dear Parrots magazine,

Breeding articles please

I have been reading parrots magazine for years and enjoy the articles that I find very informative, but as someone who has an interest in colour mutations, I would welcome some expertise and in particular for producing different colours of Ringnecks.

Letters: Is all the zinc that bad?


Dear Parrots magazine,

Is all the zinc that bad?

Over the years I have read a lot about zinc and its dangers to our birds, but am still puzzled and confused.

Letters: When we leave?


Dear Parrots magazine,

When we leave?

As the years pass, the question we all ask ourselves is “what happens to our parrots when we leave this earth?” This is a question I have heard and discussed with many other owners who are approaching the winter of their lives. The problem of course, is that most parrots are very long lived and will more than likely outlive us. But what happens then when younger family members have no interest in them and just want to move them on. So where do they go, which is the heart-wrenching dilemma we often find ourselves in.

Letters: Is zinc to be avoided?


Dear Parrots magazine,

Is zinc to be avoided?

As the years pass, the question we all ask ourselves is “what happens to our parrots when we leave this earth?” This is a question I have heard and discussed with many other owners who are approaching the winter of their lives. The problem of course, is that most parrots are very long lived and will more than likely outlive us. But what happens then when younger family members have no interest in them and just want to move them on. So where do they go, which is the heart-wrenching dilemma we often find ourselves in.

Letters: Flies and creepy crawlies


Dear Parrots magazine,

Flies and creepy crawlies

I have been a keen advocate of natural foods for parrots and always search for the best fresh foods that are organic. Together with a lot of greens and vegetables, I include a high quality seed mix, which I buy from a very reputable supplier. I have quite a large kitchen cupboard where I keep all my pet foods for my parrots and three dogs. It is quite amazing how much I keep for them all, but will never cut corners. Needless to say, it all costs me a small fortune.

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