Multi-Species Flocks: Feathered Frenzy

Many of us parronts started began our adventure of living with birds with either just one fid or more than one of the same species. But eventually, many of us introduce a new species to our flock, often a larger species than the resident fid(s).

Sherri’s March ’23 Feathered Frenzy column highlights some of the challenges she and Rick had to address when they introduced conures and Quakers to their budgie Ollie.

Sherri offers some great suggestions on how best to introduce a new species into your flock, and how to prepare and protect existing members, especially those who represent smaller species like budgies.

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