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 Patricia Sund
Psittacine Cuisine

Patricia Sund is a regular contributor for BirdChannel.com and has a popular blog called "Parrot Nation,” where she writes about life, birds and her adventures in the world of aviculture.

She lives in Florida with her two hoodlum African grey parrots, Parker and Pepper, stars of the column, "Memo to Parker & Pepper.” She also shares her home with her third parrot, a motor-mouthed African grey named Nyla.

Psittacine Cuisine 

 Rebecca K. O'Connor
Life Hacks


Rebecca K. O’Connor is a freelance writer, author and animal trainer in California. She has more 20 years of experience as a parrot owner, has trained birds professionally and consulted for zoos and facilities in the United States, Mexico and Australia. She gives lectures and workshops on training, care and living with parrots at bird clubs and facilities across the U.S.. She has also been a falconer for most of her adult life.

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Posted: 2/23/2016 10:39:48 AM
My umbrella cockatoo nose holes seam to be clogged thay aren't open and Clare so she can breath good.is that normal or is all of them closed up she doent seem to have any trouble but it just looks like no air can get thru.
Debra, Knoxville, TN
Posted: 2/3/2016 6:09:19 PM
The other day, as I was making dinner – warming chicken soup – I put the pot on the gas stove, set the flame low so the soup wouldn’t boil away and went back onto the computer. I figured the soup would be warm enough to eat in about fifteen minutes. About five minutes later, my male cockatiel, Casey, began peeping like he does when someone comes passed the window, but it was early evening and the curtains were already closed. He continued peeping and I finally thought I should check to see if the soup was ready, but didn’t smell the soup at all. When entering the kitchen, having to pass Casey’s cage, I saw that the flame had gone out under the soup and the pot was only a little warm. I didn’t smell soup, nor did I smell gas. He is my hero. I know that animals are instinctual, but this truly amazed me.
Flo, Reading, PA
Posted: 1/27/2016 12:53:21 PM
Hi I have an idea for bird toys in cages. I attached a "snap -swivel" like the ones used in fishing. I attach the snap part to the top of the cage and other part to toy. This allows the toy to spin freely 360 degrees plus its fun to watch my bird spin around in a circle and not stop half way through. Here's the link to Bass-Pro so you know what I mean: LINK

Regards.
Harry, Lehighton, PA
Posted: 1/7/2016 4:00:52 PM
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