How many songs with parrots/birds in them do you know? Test your knowledge in our September ’22 edition of Feather Fun!
Molting season is the process where our feathered friends shed their old and feather and grow fresh, new feathers – typically happening once or twice a year in most parrots. It’s usually after breeding seasons, and a common period for molts is in the spring and fall – Sherri Moorer
In Part 2 of her All About Feathers series, Sherri offers some great advice on ways we can help our birdie companions better manage and overcome this seasonal challenge.
Read Sherri’s Feathered Frenzy column here.
Morty sure has his hands full with Alexa and Roomba this time around. Not only does he have to warn the entire neighborhood of the potential (likely imminent) chaos about to befall everyone, but he also has to avoid becoming part of his botmates’ latest escapade.
Head on over to Morty’s page and catch up with him and the crazy bots!
Our August’ Feather Fun offers a fun way to reduce stress in your house!
We hope you enjoy!
This month, Sherri launches a three-part series on feather care, beginning with preening.
Preening is how a bird grooms its feathers to remove dust, dirt, and parasites, and to align feathers in the optimum position relative to adjacent feathers and body shape.
Head on over to our Feathered Frenzy page to read more about the art and trials of preening!
The ongoing Bot Saga finds Morty (again) in stitches, watching the craziest antics of Roomba and Alexa as they venture off on their latest ill-conceived adventure.
Catch up with Morty in this month’s edition of Beneath the Cage Grate to find out what his two botmates have gotten themselves into!
Just when folks thought it was safe to go into the garden, Alexa and Roomba strike a plan to play Musical Plants – with other people’s plants! Morty isn’t amused, but their antics are impossible to ignore.
Catch up with Morty in his July ’22 Beneath the Cage Grate column and discover how far two silly bots will go to develop green thumbs!
All parronts know that sometimes our fids pout. They react to something happening in their environment, something we’re doing, wearing or about to do and they go into ‘pouty bird’ mode. Sometimes we parronts can get them out of their ‘funk’ quickly, but sometimes, we need to give them time and space to get over whatever is bringing them down – or winding them up.
Sherri’s July ’22 Feathered Frenzy column offers a wide range of ideas on how we can help our feathered companions deal with their feelings and rebuild their confidence in themselves and in us.
Our July ’22 Feather Fun Word Search will test your knowledge of birdie first aid.
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!