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5 Ways To Be A Better Parrot Owner

Kick start — or reinvent — your relationship with your flock.

By Rebecca K. O’Connor

Tips to improve your bird-owning skillsWhether you are new to the world of parrots or looking to reinvigorate your friendship with your feathered friends, many ways exist to learn, play and become a better parrot owner. With a little looking, you will quickly discover that a whole world of people are out there just like you. Add another layer to the enjoyment of being part of the international club of parrot enthusiasts by making new friends while making a difference for the birds in your home and those in less fortunate circumstances. Check out these five fantastic ways to explore and learn!

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