Toys, toys, toys, how many toys can a birdie have? Many! Sherri’s June ’22 edition of Feathered Frenzy is a fun and informative discussion about the different types of toys available and how different parrots prefer different toys for all sorts of reasons.
A great read for all birdie parronts! Leave a comment for Sherri about the types of toys your birdie enjoys playing with – or preening!
What’s in a name you ask? Well, it’s harder to answer that question when it comes to nicknames because nicknames – whether given to humans or birdies, speak to individual personality and ‘quirkiness’.
Sherri’s May ’22 Feathered Frenzy article tells us how cuddly Zack and spunky Bubbles gained their nicknames!
How did you decide your bird’s name?
The fact that our feathered friend may live for decades means, parronts should pick something that we and they can live with for a long time.
Read Sherri’s April issue of Feathered Frenzy and find out how she and Rick came up with Zack and Bubbles.
It’s been said that two of the biggest threats to a bird’s safety are themselves, and humans. Other times, their own kerfuffles result in emergency situations. illness can happen without warning or explanation.
The key is to be prepared and have what you need to act quickly and calmly to establish healing, calm, and order. Today, I’d like to give you tips on how to handle these emergencies so you and your birds get better and back on track.
Sherri’s March ’22 Feathered Frenzy column provides many good steps to take and tips to be aware of to address an emergency!
“Zack was seven years old when we decided that being an only bird wasn’t suitable, surely a companion parrot would be suitable to keep Zack happy and balanced during our workdays.”
Sherri’s February ’22 Feathered Frenzy column offers readers some practical advice on introducing a new feathered companion into an ‘only bird’ home, and tips on adopting another bird.
Coming out of Christmas and the holiday season can be hard for us all. Once the decorations comes down, everything seems bleak once January comes along. The post-holiday blues affects our avian companions too.
In her inaugural 2022 Feathered Frenzy column, Sherri offers us parronts ways to help our fids – and us transition to a new year. Such measures will help you grounded while also giving you and your birdies something to look forward to every day!
Happy December 1st Everybirdie!
For the December ’21 edition of Feathered Frenzy, Sherri offers some excellent – and timely, re-gifting ideas for our birdies this Christmas.
Despite the current global supply chain issues, we parronts can come up with fabulous gift ideas for our fids regardless! Click here to read Sherri’s innovative tips for keeping the season festive without breaking the bank or leaving us feeling anxious.
In the November ’21 edition of Feathered Frenzy, Sherri encourages readers to think about how other people in our social circles may perceive us birdie owners, and how, when people come to visit, need to understand both our feathered companions and the people with whom they share a deep, loving bond.
While other people need to understand and respect our feathered friends, we birdie people need apply the same level of patience with people as we do with our parrots
Find out here what Sherri proposes we do to encourage others to learn some of the nuances of bird companionship.
As a follow up to her September’ column on the importance of training parrots to live comfortably in our home, Sherri’s October Feathered Frenzy article looks at the flip side, focusing on how our feathered companions inspire us to make beneficial changes in our lives.
Read Sherri’s full October ’21 column here.
As many of us get ready to get back to work or return to school, we’re all getting ready to get back into routines and back to learning mode. Whatever the work or school setting, we all need to relearn or remember important rhythms and patterns.
Humans aren’t the only ones who need to keep learning!
Head on over to the September ’21 Feathered Frenzy column where Sherri discusses the importance of training our avian companions.