Breaking the Law: The Parrot That’s Illegal in 12 States: Feathered Frenzy

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How could anybirdie be illegal anywhere in the US – or for that matter anywhere in the world? Well, it seems the Moncks Parakeet (a.k.a. Quaker) holds that particular moniker in several US states as well as being deemed a nuisance in countries such as Spain.

Sherri’s August edition of Feathered Frenzy offers a detailed overview of why the Quaker has gained a poor reputation among some regulators, and why some of the negative hype is unfair.

Creepy Crawly Unwelcome Guests: Feathered Frenzy

Every now again, every household has to contend with those creepy little crawlies that give many of us humans the shivers.

Sherri’s July column offers superb advice on ways to successfully reduce and deter those critters that give some of us the willies.

From peppermint oil to coffee grounds to vinegar, this issue of Feathered Frenzy is a must-read for everybirdie!

Get That Thing Away From Me Mum! Beneath the Cage Grate

Oh dear, life at Morty’s house has been, well, challenging of late. Morty continues to battle with 3 goofy bots while also still being thwarted in his strenuous efforts to trim the bonsai! And now, there’s something new and incredibly irritating that has Morty in a fluff – a new nail trimmer (gasp).

In Morty’s latest Beneath the Cage Grate column we find our intrepid grey-feathered investigator dealing with more things than one birdie should ever have to juggle!

A Feisty Reprieve: Feathered Frenzy

The June edition of Feathered Frenzy is here! In this article, Sherri offers some good tips and tricks for how best to prepare for leaving our companion birds with people they know and trust when we parronts are away from them for an extended period of time.

Our birdies are often adverse to change, and this certainly comes to the fore when someone new to their routine is interacting with them. Sherri’s June article is a must-read for every parront who find themselves wondering how best to ensure their feathered kids are happy and engaged despite our absence.

For the Birds: Spring feeding and purple martins — Birds of New England.com

Purple martins with dragonflies. I don’t see a lot of press releases now that journalism is no longer my full-time profession, but I did receive a few last week that caught my eye. One was from Cole’s Wild Bird Products and the other from the Purple Martin Conservation Association. The topics were very different but […]

For the Birds: Spring feeding and purple martins — Birds of New England.com