Arrived noon today, I'm impressed. You've some excellent guidelines and training tips. My behavior skills with parrots focuses on trust issues-you are right on. The items are top notch quality- I think the mediums seem a little small for my citron and the large a tad tight for my umbrella cockatoo. I'll try to stretch the openings a little. I think a size up would work better. Both birds have no trouble with flight suits or flight leashes. The tight fit gets them anxious as it pulls or catches on neck and throats feathers. Any suggestions? MS - Alaska
I received my order and wanted to thank you so much for the great samples to try on my birds. My birds really love the honey pellets!! I will definitely order more when I run out. Thanks again for a pleasurable shopping experience on your website and all the freebees! Tiffanie
At this time we do not offer fabric color choices. We attempt to use bird friendly colors for each size, for instance, the medium bird collars come in colors that compliment an African Grey Parrot or Amazon Parrots plummage.
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Please see our returns policy here.
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Our standard shipping on most orders is via USPS Priority Mail for both US and international orders. Please allow 2-5 days for delivery for US orders excluding holidays and Sunday's. International orders may take 2-4 weeks. Please note that we are unable to guarantee how long international orders take to clear customs.
You may choose USPS Express Mail on small items for both US and International shipments.
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Our standard shipping rate is $5.99 and up, depending on package size. Expedited orders are more.
International shipping rates start at $18.99.
We are pleased to extend our products to our miliatry families. Please note that customs regulations apply. Orders being shipped to APO addresses may take from 1 to 8 weeks to arrive once they have left our store, depending on the country to be shipped to, and the military delivery system status.
We ship to a variety of countries. Some countries, such as Australia and New Zealand have strict customs laws and do not allow seed based products, wood perches and some other foods entry.
Find basic Feather Plucking Articles here.
Purchase E-Books here.
Take our Feather Plucking Questionaire to uncover issues of why a parrot may engage in Feather Destructive Behavior.
Search our recommended Feather Plucking Products here.
Plucking? Screaming? Biting?
Wild parrots only become hormonal once or twice a year and only when the conditions are just right. A parrot's body isn't equiped for constant hormonal surges, and in fact continuous hormonal behavior is hard on your birds system. Learn about the consequences and challanges of continuously hormonal parrots with our hormonal parrots series:
- Curbing Hormonal Behavior in Parrots
- Signs of Hormonal Behavior in Parrots
- How to Pet a Bird and Prevent Hormonal Surges
- How Food Affects Parrot Hormones
- Lighting and Parrot Hormones
- Nesting Behavior in Parrots
- Bird's Do It, Bee's Do It!
- Clinical Presentation of a Hormonal Parrot at the Vet's Office
It's easy to accidentally train your parrot to pluck. Find out how to untrain your parrot from feather plucking
Learn more here: Choosing a Bird Carrier
Learn about Parrot Evacuation here.
When your parrot is ill, prepare a bird hospital cage out of your bird carrier. Here's how to make a parrot hospital cage.
Here is information on how to tell if your bird is sick.
To find an Avian Veterinarian, click here.
Oh No! We are sorry to hear that. We pride ourselves in providing qualty bird collars and I'm sorry that you had challenges with your purchase. Unfortunately, we are unable to guarantee that your bird will accept a bird collar. We enclosed a flier with instructions to train your bird to accept the collar and we strongly recommend that you take 5-7 days to help your parrot get accustomed to any of our feather protective products.
Never the less, keep in mind, your bird was already chewing and it has developed a habit that meets a physical and emotional need. Some birds don't adapt well to wearing apparel and need a more heavy-duty closure. You may get more life out of this collar if you have stainless steel snaps installed on it. Let us know if you'd like a member of our staff to reach out to you.
You can compare our range of bird collars here.
It is doubtful that a bird could fly in a bird collar or poncho and BirdSupplies.com does not encourage you to let your bird do so.
Click here for a Handy Article on How To Choose Bird Calming Products for Your Parrot.
Click here to Compare Bird Calming Ingredients
Buy Bird Calming Products here.
All parrots scratch at themselves throughout the day. Birds scratch to realign feathers, just because they have an itch or to get something off of their feathers. But, if you think that your bird is scratching too much, get 4 Tips To Help a Scratching Bird here. Birds may scratch more in the winter months due to dry skin and nasal passages. You'll want to learn how to bring your parrot comfort in the winter as most parrots are from tropical climates
One healthy way to manage a scratching parrot is by bathing your bird frequently. You can learn How To Bathe a Parrot here.