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Chase – Lilac-Crowned Amazon We wish to keep the birds we keep as pets as safe as we can. But the first thing to realize regarding safety and birds is that it’s impossible to give them a completely risk-free and safe habitat. Every choice and every scenario entails both risks and benefits. It is up to each of us to choose which risks are worthwhile and which ones are not by getting to know our specific birds and their environments.
Having said that, information is power, and being aware of frequent threats can help you make better decisions and reduce the risks for the birds in your house. You should be aware of the domestic threats list below.
We at SoCal Parrot would like to express our gratitude for your assistance during our inaugural fundraising campaign on GlobalGiving. Donations are use exclusively to support the care of our wild parrots. SCP has had a busy year in 2014. This year, we have already taken in 31 parrots. Our parrots’ breeding season starts in March Please read the information regarding what was happening at SCP below.
In the second week of May, we had our first two kids of the year, 3 days apart. Both of them arrived without any feathers and bare. Both of these infants survive the fall from their nests and were discovering on the ground. We have discover that young parrots flourish significantly more when they are nurture with at least one other parrot of a similar age because parrots are often raise with their siblings or sisters.
We always wait for the second baby to arrive after we have the first one of the season so they can be raise together. Both of these infants are doing well and survived. Weight and muscle gain occurred in both of them as their feathers expanded.
Within two months, they had transferred to our “bird room,” where they could practice flying and interact with the other parrots we had adopted this year as well as the other birds who had joined our permanent flock.
Both of them are traveling on our flight this year with the other parrots we will release back into the wild. Both of them were welcomed into the flock as if they were already there. It never ceases to amaze me how tolerant parrots are when new ones are brought into the flock. Our parrots have a lot to teach humans.