In issue 269 -
Consequences of too much food. Complete Psittacine by Eb Cravens
In issue 269 -
Natural light and good health. By John Courteney-Smith
In issue 269 -
Wild and captive Blue-throated Macaws. By David Waugh
In issue 269 -
Problems in adolescent parrots. By Liz Wilson

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New issue: June 2020

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Parrots June 2020 edition available now

In this issue … Parrot News – Please send us your news stories; News from Loro Parque – Maintaining the breeding system; Complete Psittacine by Eb Cravens – Consequences of too much food; The Holistic Parrot by Leslie Moran – Adapting Avian Biosecurity for Covid-19 (Coronavirus). Those of us who keep parrots may have recognised some of the commonalities between avian viral and bacterial infections and Covid-19 (Coronavirus); Problems in adolescent parrots – This article by the late Liz Wilson provides an insight as how to deal with those adolescent parrots and some tips on implementing effective controls; Wild and captive Blue-throated Macaws. David Waugh, Correspondent, Loro Parque Fundación, describes how they are genetically distinct and the implications on their conservation; Norfolk Parakeet by David Ransom – The Norfolk Parakeet (Cyanoramphus cookii), is also known as the Tasman Parakeet, the Norfolk Island Green parrot, or the Norfolk Island Red-crowned Parakeet. It is endemic to Norfolk Island in the Pacific ocean, situated just under 900 miles from Australia from where Norfolk is governed; Natural light and good health – In this final Part 5 of his light series, John Courteney-Smith explains how full-spectrum+UV-B light plays a vital part in achieving good health and, perhaps, offers a solution to feather plucking; DIY Natural Bolt-on Perch – If you are handy with DIY, you can make a natural perch in minutes; CD Super Saver Offer – Big savings on eMag Year Collections, years 2009 to 2018 available; Reader’s story – Fruitcake’s tangle by Tania Saunders; Your parrot queries answered – our panel of experts is available to answer all your queries on companion or breeding parrots; Letters; DVDs and Back Issues for sale – a selection of mostly parrot related DVDs and many back issues of this magazine, all with FREE delivery; Parrots Calendar – If you would like your show to be listed here and on our website, please submit to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +44(0)1273 464777; Parrots Helpline – If you have a parrot problem – whether it be health, diet, or whatever – you can contact any of the advisors listed here; and lots more…

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TP2020 Cancelled

After many weeks’ consulting and discussing all possible options with our sponsor, the venue and others, we are sorry to announce that Think Parrots 2020 event will not go ahead any time this year.

The decision has not been taken lightly, the safety and welfare of everyone involved, and for everyone visiting is of the upmost importance. This coupled with the fact there has been no change in the government’s guidelines on public events.

On behalf of Parrots magazine (the organisers), Northern Parrots (the show sponsor) I would like to thank you for your support to Think Parrots. Plans are already in place for Think Parrots 2021, as long as we’re back to some normality.

Like many other businesses, we are continuing to work remotely, while considering the safety of everyone to maintain production of Parrots magazine.

I hope you, your colleagues and families are keeping safe and well.

Kind regards

John Catchpole

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Following government advice, and to ensure we continue to maintain our duty of care to protect our customers and members of staff, Parrots magazine is now operating a robust continuity plan that enables us to work remotely, which we are reviewing on a daily basis. This means it is business as usual.

We hope all our readers, and their birds, keep safe and well, and hope we will quickly get to the end of this unprecedented difficult period.

Your team at Parrots magazine.

 

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