In issue 247 -
Behavioural Problems in Re-homed Parrots - Part 2 - By Sally Blanchard
In issue 247 -
Could aviculture save the world? By Lee Connor
In issue 247 -
‘Year of the Bird’, act locally while thinking globally. The Holistic Parrot by Leslie Moran
In issue 247 -
The Narrie Bluebonnet. By Wayne and Lois Gearing

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In this issue … Spix’s Macaw - is the future bright?; RSPCA report and birds for re-homing; Sally Blanchard covers more issues that affect birds being introduced into new homes; Eb Cravens shares more about Tiara’s 60 nights out living wild and the effect it had; Leslie Moran focuses on the ‘Year of the Bird’ - act locally while thinking globally; Lee Connor asks whether aviculture could save the world!; Wayne & Lois Gearing enlightens us about the Naretha Bluebonnet; Annie MacIntyre discusses converting parrots to a healthy fresh food diet; Chris Bunting offers some advice about posting about your parrots on social media; John McMichael investigates plants your parrot can eat, but you can’t; Dr David Waugh provides an update about the plight of the Philippine Cockatoos; Jim Hayward offers some information about breeding the Lesser Patagonian Conure; Loro Parque Fundación’s latest report; Bird Alert report; Your parrot queries answered by our experts; Letters from our readers; Latest calendar dates for parrot-related events; and lots more…

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