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What is enrichment? According to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo & Conservation Biology Institute, "Enrichment allows animals to demonstrate their species-typical behavior, gives them opportunity to exercise control or choice over their environment and enhances their well-being. Enrichment is just as essential to animal welfare as proper nutrition and veterinary...

Bird Quiz: Kakapo Parrot

Do you know your stuff about kakapos? Take this quiz and find out! 1. The Kakapo parrot hails from: a. Australia b. New Zealand c. Malaysia d. Kokomo, Indiana 2....

Color is More Important Than You Think for Parrots

When you enter the produce section of your local grocery store or peruse the vast number of aisles of a large farmer’s market crammed...

Can You Pass the “Parrot Household Interview?”

Originally published on Parrot Nation. In this time of duking it out for positions in a tight job market and the increase of applications that...

Why Your Birds Should Try Arugula

I love arugula! I can't get enough of it and it works so well with various salads and toppings for our meals. I've seen...

Top 3 Things You Need to Know About Keeping Chickens

Originally published in the June/July 2018 issue of Bird Talk. Thinking about bringing home some chickens? You aren’t alone: Keeping chickens in the backyard has...

Bird Recipes: Quinoa With Scrambled Eggs

Quinoa is an excellent way to start the day with your bird flock. Adding quinoa with vegetables and other healthy ingredients and cooking it...

How to Cook Beans for Your Bird

"I’m no good at being noble, but it doesn’t take much to see that the problems of three little people don’t amount to a...
I am the editor in chief of Bird Talk Magazine, a California native, journalist, vegan and the proud owner of Forest and River, two German Shephards, and a turquoise green-cheeked conure named Blue.
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I am the editor in chief of Bird Talk Magazine, a California native, journalist, vegan and the proud owner of Forest and River, two German Shephards, and a turquoise green-cheeked conure named Blue.