It’s officially the 2020’s and Sherri and the birdies are trying to tie a neat little bow on the Christmas just past and return to some degree of normalcy to begin the new decade.
But alas, normalcy is hard to achieve, especially after a couple of weeks of rushing around, decorating, wrapping and then opening presents, and the prep and clean ups from big dinners and visitors.
How do you and your flock return to your ‘normal’ after the holiday season? Catch up with Zack and Bubbles here to find out how they’re trying to resume their routines after a festive but hectic Christmas.
Whether it be decorations, lights, food, television shows or music, we all have Christmas traditions that are near and dear to us. Some of these traditions change, fade with time, or get updated as years go by. Our feathered companions are an important part of Christmas festivities and time-honored traditions and are often keen to participate in traditions.
Sherri’s December Feathered Frenzy article will surely make every reader reminisce about Christmas’ past, and how their birdies respond to those treasured traditions.
A little early, but please join Sherri and family in wishing Zack a very Happy 20th birthday on December 31st!
In this month’s edition of Feathered Frenzy, Sherri shares some tips and reminders on things to watch out for that may pose dangers and risks to our feathered friends over the upcoming Thanksgiving season (actually they are year-round dangers all birdies need to be protected from, but especially during the holidays).
So head on over to the Feathered Frenzy page and make sure your holiday season (and every day) is birdie safe and approved!
Sherri’s October Feathered Frenzy article finds her pondering how everyone – humans, companion birds and wildlife, acknowledge and react to the changing seasons.
She notes that like people, both Zack and Bubbles recognize the changing seasons, with Zack paying particular attention to his parronts’ changing eating habits, clothing choices and house decorations as Fall’s approaches.
Understanding how our companion birds react to seasonal changes occurring around them helps us parronts appreciate our feathered kids’ intelligence, keen senses and intuitive nature.
Click here to read Sherri’s full article.
Sherri Moorer’s latest Feathered Frenzy article provides timely advice on what to do if you suspect your feathered companion is suffering from allergies. Yes, birds do get allergies, just like us!
After taking Zack to the vet and finding out he was suffering with allergies, Sherri shares with readers the vet’s advice on reducing Zack’s exposure to potential allergens.
Sherri shares some sound tips for ensuring our companion birds live in healthy environments where the air is as clean and free of air pollutants as possible. As with asthma in humans, it’s important that you make sure your home is clean and healthy to keep everybody – and everybirdie – healthy, and happy!
Read Sherri’s September issue of Feathered Frenzy here.
ACHOO! Oh dear, hopefully I haven’t gotten some of you rubbing your nose… AND beak. In the September issue of Feathered Frenzy, Sherri Moorer dispels the myth that birds don’t develop allergies.
Allergies are not unique to humans. Sherri describes some important ways parronts can ensure that their homes are clean and safe for both themselves (for allergies and asthma) and their companion birds with sensitive beaks!
September’s Feathered Frenzy will be out in a couple of weeks, but in the interim why not catch up on past articles! Happy reading!
Catch up on Morty’s ongoing challenges with Alexa – and mom’s new riding perch! Read Sherri’s essay on the deep intelligence and highly intuitive abilities of our feathered companions. In Lavender’s latest comic strip, Cheeks is getting in a little ‘undercover’ playtime.
News on the Wing brings readers the latest wildlife and environmental issues collected from social media over the last month. Last but not least, visit the Wildlife Blog Watch page and find out all about our latest blog selection.
Happy reading everybirdie!