The Hawaiian Feathered Friends Network is bird club committed to helping people become better caregivers.  Our mission is to educate bird owners, rescue birds in need, and to gather in a friendly atmosphere. We provide education, support, and resources to help in building strong relationships with our feathered friends. If you or someone you know needs assistance with parrot care please contact us hwnfeatheredfriends@gmail.com.  Check us out on Facebook. We are here to help!


Got behavior issues?  Need help with Parrot care?

For example and just to name a few…

Bev Penny is one of the leaders in ABA (applied behavior analysis). Her methods on using positive reinforcement have been applauded everywhere and she has been featured on many websites including the world parrot trust.   This is an excellent resource for those who wish to find a solution to various issues that pop up during the course of owning a bird.  Find articles and resources highlighting Bev Penny here @Feathered Angels .  And a Facebook page outlining her methods and offering additional support here FACEBOOK


Lara Joseph-Parrot Care and SupportLara Joseph-The Animal Behavior Center, LLC

The Animal Behavior Center, LLC is educational center for all animal caretakers promoting positive reinforcement interaction and training. We strive to provide continual learning environments through mental and physical enrichment based on the individual animal.  Parrot Care FACEBOOK

 

 

 


Holistic Parrot Care

Members of Holistic Bird Discussion volunteered to share their knowledge and expertise in a series of articles written for The Holistic Parrot Care, which was published online from 2001-2004. The discussion list is still being administered by loyal members. Articles from the newsletter can be found on this site. Learn about holistic parrot care.

 Parrot Enrichment is dedicated to enriching the environment of companion parrots by sharing ideas for foraging opportunities, creative toys and activities for inside and outside the cage.  Hopefully, whether you are a new parrot owner or you have been living with parrots for several years, you will find information here that will enlighten and inspire you as well as help you with your own parrot care and enrichment goals.

Barbara HeidenreichBarbara

In 1982 Barbara Heidenreich secured her first job working with animals in a veterinary hospital. After exploring different animal related jobs and receiving her degree in Zoology from UC Davis in 1990, Barbara started her career as an animal trainer in a zoological park. She has been a professional trainer ever since.

Barbara provides consulting services to zoos, nature centers and other animal facilities. She lectures regularly to the veterinary community and is an adjunct clinical instructor at Texas A & M University, Veterinary Medicine and Biological Sciences. Barbara  is a former president of the International Association of Avian Trainers and Educators (www.IAATE.org) and served on the Board of Directors from 1997-2009.  She volunteers her expertise to support conservation projects, The Kakapo Recovery Program and the Bird Endowment. In her career she has trained animals, trained staff, lectured and/or presented shows at over 40 facilities around the world.


 

World Parrot TrustNearly one-third of all parrot species are threatened in the wild. And millions of pet parrots share our lives and homes.

As a leader in parrot conservation and welfare, the World Parrot Trust works with parrot enthusiasts, researchers, local communities and government leaders to encourage effective solutions that protect parrots.

To do this, we focus on:

  • Conducting and supporting field conservation projects,
  • Working to eliminate the international trade in wild caught parrots and;
  • Increasing awareness of the plight of parrots, in the wild and in captivity.

In recent years we have achieved remarkable and positive results in our efforts for parrot conservation and welfare; work made possible by the generous support of members and donors like you.


Learn more about parrot care and diet here

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