Parrots magazine readers letters

Dear Parrots magazine,

Recommending a light dimmer

The article in December issue about parrot sleep struck an important chord with me, as I have always been concerned about how we ‘tuck up’ our birds when we turn in for the night. The article mentions the activities and noise that take place in many homes. In the wild, of course, birds will roost as the light diminishes naturally, but when in captivity, it can be a completely different situation.

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Dear Parrots magazine,

Zinc Corrosion

I would like to point out some problems that I have encountered when building aviaries and having them galvanised. I wanted some flights built to match a building I already have available and went to what I thought was an expert in aviary manufacturing – I won’t mention any names. I produced a rough sketch of what I wanted, which included some mesh panels and some sheeted panels.

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Dear Parrots magazine,

The Hawaiian 12

Being a busy person, I am always a bit late in reading my Parrots magazine and I have just caught up with the October issue. Excellent as usual, but I was absolutely delighted to read the article on the Hawaiian 12 and what a wonderful story with a wonderful ending.

Read more: The Hawaiian 12

Dear Parrots magazine,

More conservation please!

I have been a subscriber to Parrots magazine for a number of years now, and my keen interest is in conservation.  I have an Amazon and a Senegal Parrot which were both rescues and am growing increasingly concerned at the way these birds’ natural habitats are being destroyed due to human greed.  It is good that the magazine covers conservation and it is not just for parrots, but the whole of our wildlife and eco system.

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