Accidents happen. But they do not need to cause stress and guilt. Remember every flock will suffer an accident. It's not about blaming. It's about healing.
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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Bumps, bruises and broken blood feathers. Sooner or later, we all experience those moments where having a plan and a first aid kit makes all the difference. Generally parrot injuries are just that, temporary bumps and swelling due to hard play or carelessness on the part of an excited bird. A first aid kit works for these scenarios. And there are those times we need fast triage and stabilizing of our parrot to get them to the Avian Vet calm and stable. First Aid kits are mandatory in these situations.
Every geographical region has it's weather and emergency threats. Down here in the South, we consider hurricanes when planning evacuations. Up North, it's tornadoes. Australia has brush fires. Where ever you may be consider how you will react to protect and contain your companion parrots in times of emergency and evacuations. Fire, floods, loss of electricity, they all present special case scenarios.