A companion who flies the coop isn't necessarily lost. But he is now inside the true definition of the Parrot's Lifestyle. So what helps? Let me tell you the Adventure Of Kirby.
We've gathered and continue to gather wonderful Companion Parrot Advocates from around the world to write their stories and experiences. These are Advocates who are making a difference by working tirelessly in Advocacy itself, Parrot Rescue and Sanctuary and Avian Veterinarian Care. These stories, and real life experiences are here for you to read, share, learn and apply not only to your own flock, but to your own efforts inside your own companion parrot advocacy.
I hope you'll find ideas and inspiration while reading through these Advocate Articles. Remember, your thoughts and comments are important, they are integral to the success of our prime directive here; To give every parrot, every where, a happy home.
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Companions are loud for lots of reasons. Joy, work, food, communication, fear, loathing, loneliness are just a few. They were built to be loud to be heard in the wild. Understanding their flock calls, and being able to see who intercommunication work inside a multi bird flock turns the noise to hilarious conversations to enjoy.
Every single parrot is as different as the home they live in. We all find truths completely separate from what you may have read or been told. Because every single Companion Parrot Lifestyle is a fingerprint. Here, Deb shares her few minutes of personal parrot revelation.
Parrots communicate over long distances in the wild. They call back and forth giving directions, assurances and invitations. We can't expect any less of our companions in our homes. But we can turn loud instinct into acceptable decibels of communication, with a little game called Marco Polo.
There is no such thing as a quiet parrot, but there is such a thing as a relaxed calm parrot who vocalizes in ways that are both acceptable, and joyous. So how does one retool a loud parrot?