Have you ever wondered, "how to calm a parrot down?" It can be done. High strung parrots is a common problem. Screaming, biting, even feather plucking. Read our blog, 10 tips on How to Calm a Parrot Down, now.
One contributing factor to parrot plucking is a parrot being in a chronic hormonal state. Learn how chronic hormonal states in parrots contribute to the development of a parrot plucking habit and what to do about it.
If you're looking for home remedies for feather plucking, consider enhancing environmental elements to mimic those that wild parrots experience. A parrots entire body structure is designed to support life in a rainforest like environment, including flight. Parrots living in the artificial home environment simply are not adapted to life like domesticated pets. Start gathering ideas of how to enhance environmental elements of your parrots life here.
As part of our Parrot Plucking Series, we've developed a guide on grooming a parrot. Here, we'll cover 4 important things to know about grooming a parrot: how to towel a parrot, bathing your bird, wing trimming, and beak and nail trimming. Find lots of pictures and visuals to guide the way.
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