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Letters: Natural branches


Dear Parrots magazine,

Natural branches

I am glad to see that there is more information and persuasion to use natural perching, and is something I have been going on about for years now.

Letters: Nest boxes


Dear Parrots magazine,

Nest boxes

I’m probably going to upset some nest box manufacturers here but just can’t let this go. I have been breeding parrots for just over 30 years and have used many different nest boxes. But most of mine do look as though they are past their sell-by date as they have been chewed and chewed by my breeding pairs.

Letters: Reparation is essential


Dear Parrots magazine,

Reparation is essential

I am new to parrot keeping and clearly have a great deal to learn, and am astonished at how big the subject of parrots is. Many other people must have come to the same conclusion as I have, that there is so much more to keeping parrots than first thought.

Letters: Regulation needed


Dear Parrots magazine,

Regulation needed

Can anyone tell me if there is any legislation governing rescue centres? I have a friend who has been having all sorts of problems with the cockatoo she has had for over 22 years, but is now suffering through ill health. Because of this she can no longer look after her bird, She is partially disabled and doesn’t go out much. Because of her poor health, she has very sadly decided to re-home her cockatoo and contacted a so called rescue centre that was not very far away. She can’t walk very well, so I went with her to this place.

Letters: Nest boxes


Dear Parrots magazine,

Nest boxes

I respond to Bernie White’s letter in the last issue (Parrots Magazine July 2011) about nest boxes, and agree wholeheartedly with what he has said.

Letters: Natural Parrot keeping


Dear Parrots magazine,

Natural Parrot keeping

One of the reasons I love receiving my current issue of Parrots magazine is to turn to the up-to-date news out of the Loro Parque Foundation. The work this organization is doing borders on phenomenal, witness their astounding success with the Brotogeris genus, one of my favorites and a particular weak spot in the past avicultural achievements of the USA.

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