Letters

Dear Parrots magazine,

Wing clipping – another view

As always, the latest issue of Parrots magazine carries some excellent, well-presented, and thought-provoking articles.

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Dear Parrots magazine,

Conservation at its best

I have to say I was delighted to see the front cover from the last issue (December 2018) depicting the Blue-throated Macaw.

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Dear Parrots magazine,

Payback time?

I read with great interest and also sadness about the conflict between the Lear’s Macaws and us humans in the January issue. As the cover said it is clearly an ironic situation because it is only because the farmers have destroyed a lot of the habitat the Lear’s live in and then wonder why they come back to feed on their crops.

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Dear Parrots magazine,

Toning down

I have recently taken over an Orange-winged Amazon from an elderly couple who can no longer look after it as one of them will be going into a care home. Although I have not had a parrot before, I am aware that they are known for their talking ability, but in this particular case, this bird called Elmo comes out with expletives! This has caused a bit of a problem for us as we have an elderly neighbour that often pops in for a coffee and a bit embarrassing when I see the look of horror on her face when Elmo starts up.

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