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My blog posts are anecdotal experiences inside my flock lifestyle. You'll also find facts and proven theories being applied inside my personal Companion Parrot Lifestyle in our home. I hope you'll feel welcomed and interested to share your experiences and thoughts on the subjects you read here. All my writings edify and expand the content you will find in my books. Join in the conversation in the comments! Share your experiences, your results and your stories. None of us know everything, but all of us know something.
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Having someone tell you a parrot is loud, messy and expensive is helpful, but it comes as close to explaining a parrot as the word wet explains water. It's deeper and wider than one can imagine, and to sincerely know it is to live it.
Watching a parrot go through a molt yields feathers to collect, and a bit of wonderment. Because watching a feather fall, and it's replacement grow in is literal magic.
Falling in love with a companion parrot is not hard. It isn't even work. Falling in love is simply falling for the nuances and traits they bring to us every day. I fell hard for our Butters. I fell right off a cliff.