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Recordable parrot wireless doorbell novelty wireless doorbell, with a parrot that will either give a bird song when the doorbell is sounded, or will play back up to 6 seconds of prerecorded sounds. a wonderful gift idea, this parrot wireless doorbell is easy to install as it does not require any wiring or electronic know-how. simply fix the transmitter outdoors, and have the parrot receiver indoors within 15 meters, and the loud 2w speaker will sound every time the wireless doorbell is pushed. make your home that much more interesting with esaleschinas great wireless recordable doorbell parrot. China Wholesale New Electronic Gadgets Parrot Wireless Doorbell Specification Doorbell Transmission: Wireless Bird Call Chime 6 Seconds Recorded Chime Range: 15~20 Meters Power Source: Transmitter- 1xAAA Battery Receiver- 3xAA Batteries Sound Output: 2W Dimension: Transmitter- 75x43x22mm (LxWxD) Receiver- 260x195x95mm (LxWxD) Manufacturer Ref. : FZ09001 Other Features: Strong anti-interference wireless transmission China supplier: Email : fangzhengcnhotmail**** Skype ID : chanceller819 *******chinagift.en.ecplaza****
28 Jan 2011
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Video "Parrot interferes with to sleep to the cat" - to look on-line roller "Parrot mixes to sleep to the cat"
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How To Care For Parrots - Parrot Rescue Adoption - *******ParrotAdoptOntario**** - It seems that parrots go crazy in the spring - They chew much more - get a lot louder, nippier, grumpier - they are molting and - worst of all, hormonal!
2 Apr 2011
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Einstein the Parrot
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Shameless parrot eats seeds
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Watch the interaction between the Parrot and the Dog, they have not met before,Ghosty the dog has never seen a Parrot, Sadly he is fading away and not expected to last much longer, i have him on meds and try to make him as comfortable as i can,he is enjoying our short summers warmth :-)
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*******www.ChrisQueen****/CB/LRNPARROTS/mc Everything you ever needed to know about raising parrots is in this guide. It will teach you the best ways to take care of your Parrot, foods they should eat, adopting the perfect parrot & more! Bonus eBook, Included! 12 Simple Tricks Any Parrot Can Learn... Find Out More Now: *******www.ChrisQueen****/CB/LRNPARROTS/mc Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave. Tips on caring for parrots and teaching them to talk and behave.
16 Jun 2011
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11 Jul 2011
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Learn About Hyacinth Macaw Parrot - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Learn about Hyacinth Macaw Parrot One of the most unique birds out there is the Hyacinth Macaw. This is Matilda right here. Hyacinths are the biggest of the Macaws, they are a protected species in the wild. They are rather difficult to come by, a baby costs around $10,000. They are very sweet, they're called the gentle giants because they have a real good personality, they are very easy going and generally pretty friendly with people. They need a very big cage, at least about 4 feet wide. They also need a good environment, play stand, lots of things to play with, lots of things to chew on. They also need macadamia nuts as part of their diet. In the wild they eat a lot of palm nuts, and the closest we can really come here in the States is macadamia nuts. They do need palm nuts or macadamia nuts in their diet. Birds are pretty long lived. A bird like this can have a life expectancy of up to 50-60 years, maybe even longer. They don't usually live to their life expectancy, so I would say that an average age on a bird like this would be maybe 30-40 years. Matilda is very unique because they are very difficult to breed. They are very gentle, pretty quiet. Although when they do make noise it is pretty loud. They don't, they're not real good talkers. When Matilda talks, she says, hello and everyone in the store kind of laughs because it sounds so strange. There are several different types of Blue Macaws although many of them have become extinct or are almost extinct in the wild, but there are a few birds that have this coloring. This is the Hyacinth Macaw.
13 Jul 2011
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Learn About Senegal Parrot - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Learn About Senegal Parrot A popular type of bird is the Senegal Parrot. They are African birds, like the African Greys. They’re Poicephalus parrots and there’s a lot of birds in the Poicephalus family, but we seem to sell mostly Senegal Parrots. They’re very friendly little birds, very happy, easy-going in general, not particularly loud, a little bit of talking ability, but not quite the level of the Greys. I wouldn’t say they’re particularly easier to take care of, but you need less of a, a smaller cage than an African Grey. They’re not going to be quite as destructive when it comes to toys. But probably about the same level of care. And that’s the Senegal Parrot.
13 Jul 2011
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Learn About Scarlet Macaw Parrot - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Learn about Scarlet Macaw Parrot Lolla here is a Scarlet Macaw and they're pretty special. Scarlets in general can kind of, can be kind of bossy, but Lolla here, belongs to me I've had her since she was a couple of months old and she's very easy going and pretty friendly with people. Of Course macaws can be pretty loud and demanding and fussy. Luckily she's not. They are one of the most beautiful birds you can find. They do require a really really big cage and environment and lots of things to keep them busy. It also can be a very very loud bird. The macaws in general are really prized for their beauty, I mean you can't really find any better colors on any bird out there than the macaws. They're very vibrant. Most of the South American birds have a lot of color, very vibrant and beautiful. Their long tails and the tail feathers are just amazing. Of course with a big bird like this you really need to have a lot of space in your home and you really need to have understanding neighbors if you're close by someone elses house, because they can be very very loud. There are things that you can do to keep them happy. The busier they are, and the more stuff they have to do, the quieter they will be, but it still will be a very loud bird.
14 Jul 2011
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Learn About Brown Headed Parrot - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Brown Headed Parrot, it is a member of the Poicephalus family, but much less common than the Senegal parrots or the Meyers parrots. Very, very affectionate little birds. Extremely easy going. Very quiet and with very sweet little voices when they do talk, extremely friendly. I wish they were more easy to get a hold of, because they are a personal favorite of mine. These guys are unique, because they just have such sweet little personalities. Everybody seems to fall madly in love with them. The cutest little faces. Very, very easygoing and undemanding birds. Like with everybody else they need a lot of handling and fresh fruit and water everyday. And lots of enrichment in their life in the form of toys and things to play with.
14 Jul 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Shining World Compassion Award: For the Love of Parrots: Canada’s World Parrot Refuge - P1/3. Episode: 1764, Air Date: 14 July 2011. Everywhere in the world, we can observe and be touched by acts of kindness. People from all walks of life, faiths, and cultures extend themselves beyond the call of duty to help others unconditionally. Through their noble deeds, humanity as a whole is elevated. To commend virtuous actions and encourage more people to be inspired by their examples, Supreme Master Ching Hai has lovingly created a series of awards, including the Shining World Leadership Award, Shining World Compassion Award, Shining World Hero and Heroine Awards, Shining World Honesty Award, Shining World Protection Award, Shining World Intelligence Award, and Shining World Inventor Award, to recognize some of the most exemplary, generous, caring, and courageous people who walk amongst us. Today we present part one of a three part series on the World Parrot Refuge, a non-profit organization that has been honored with the Shining World Compassion Award by Supreme Master Ching Hai. This bird sanctuary, operated by the “For the Love Of Parrots Refuge Society” in Coombs, British Columbia, Canada, provides a “Home for Life” for parrots who have been abused or had a caregiver who could no longer look after them. Founded by Wendy Huntbatch and her husband, the World Parrot Refuge shelters over 800 parrots from more than 50 species, with the birds lovingly cared for by a team of dedicated staff and volunteers. The facility is open to the public so that everyone can learn more about these wonderful beings. Wendy Huntbatch shares how she and her husband first got started in this amazing adventure. Well it wasn’t a plan, I can tell you that much. What happened was I had parrots of my own. I had made the mistake of buying one for a pet and felt horribly guilty in a very short period of time realizing what I’d done, that this was totally wrong. So I had to get him a friend so he wouldn’t be alone. And I met my husband who also had a bird. So we bought one for him too and so we had the four. And then there was another one that no one wanted so we had this one. So there were five parrots. And then in a very short period of time somebody gave us another one. It was an old man and he was going into a home and couldn’t keep the bird. So we said, “This is fine.” So we looked after him. We took our birds to work with us every day. Both of us are workaholics, so we took them with us and brought them home. They had free flight where we were. And if we were going for a dinner or something, we’d put them in big 10 foot flights, two birds to each flight, so that they weren’t compromised in any way and everything was safe. One night the Huntbatch’s workplace was burglarized, and the next morning the couple discovered that some of their beloved parrot companions had disappeared. Four of the big birds had gone. It was just a nightmare, a total nightmare for us. So I contacted newspapers, television, and radio. I posted the whole entire town. Well I’m pretty well known because I’ve been in animal rescue all my life and people trust me. So people started phoning and saying, “I’m sorry. I don’t know where your birds are. I don’t have your birds. But I have a bird I can no longer keep. Would you please take her?” And in two weeks, we had 15 large birds. And I’m talking Macaws here, really large birds. As more and more parrots came into their lives, Wendy Huntbatch’s husband felt a deep awakening from within, and realized that he had discovered his life’s mission. My husband is the son of a minister. And his father always wanted him to go into the ministry. But he just didn’t have the feeling to work with people in the ministry. It just wasn’t him. And when the birds started to come in, and he loves birds, he just loves them, and he was covered in these birds, he said, “This is the ministry that God wants for me to do. I have to save birds.” We had just a small business with very little money. But every time more birds came to us, the business did that little bit more. God made sure we had enough money to look after the birds. The Huntbatch’s keep their doors and hearts open, and thus their flock of bird companions continues to grow. Because we’re open to the public and our website is active, people can see us and they just keep coming. This morning I opened my email, “Will you please take my two Amazon parrots?” and “Will you please take my Moluccan Cockatoo?” That was at six o’clock this morning I had those two. So it’s non-stop. Why do parrot caregivers sometimes no longer wish to look after these beautiful and majestic birds? The majority of the problems that we see, when birds are e-mailed into me or phoned in to me or brought in to me, people’s lives change. Everybody’s life changes! So they buy something and they want to devote their life to this bird who could live up to 75 years and their life changes. They get married. They get divorced. They have a baby. Mother comes to live with them, mother leaves them, or the grandfather comes. There’s all these changes in life. They move house. They downsize. They have to go out to work. All these things which are normal for us are changing the life of this poor parrot. Given their long lifespan, some of the birds arriving at the Refuge are already “senior citizens.” But Wendy Huntbatch joyfully accepts them all. Let`s meet Elvis, one of the elder avian residents. Elvis is a very old man. He’s totally blind. And when I took him to the veterinarian’s office about five years ago, she said, “That’s the oldest Cockatoo I’ve ever seen in my life. He will never see 60 (years of age).” And he’s still going strong. He loves to tear up boxes. This is his favorite pastime. We give him a box and two to three days and it’s gone. As long as he’s happy, we’re happy. It’s okay Elvis. Sometimes another bird will open the cage and go and visit with Elvis and he likes that. Some of the parrots brought to the sanctuary have been horribly mistreated. This is the sorrowful case for both Dinky Doo and Lucky Lou. Every bird that comes in here has a story. We had one come in, Dinky Doo, he’s an Umbrella Cockatoo. But he was a featherless Umbrella Cockatoo who was very, very angry. He was caught in the wild probably 30 years ago and quite often when they catch birds in the wild, they break their wings so they don’t fly away. And people think that’s a benefit because they don’t fly away. So they don’t fix them properly. The bird has to suffer until they mend themselves, (which is) very painful. And with Dinky, he’d also broken his legs somewhere along his lifetime and the leg was never fixed. So he’s quite crippled. His beak is curved. That’s a deficiency, a vitamin deficiency early in life. So he was so badly treated. So he had next to no feathers. And you could see that his eyesight is very poor. And I think this is part of his anger. And he’d been used by a breeder and I say ``used`` in the full sense of the word. They do use them. But a couple that I know who rescue a lot, they purchased him and brought him to the sanctuary. And Lucky, she came in about two years before him. Lucky Lou. She was emotionally abused. When she came in, she also had no feathers at all, nothing. Her little body looks like a little human body. The only difference is our hands are like this, theirs grow down for the long wing feathers. That’s the only difference when you look at them. And Lucky is a very sweet little bird but she’d had a horrible time. She was in the basement of this house because the lady didn’t like to look at her because she plucked her feathers out. So she left her alone in the basement of a house. And when the lady would feed her, I know this is it because her voice was the lady’s voice, she adopted the lady’s voice. She’d stretch up and bring out her little wings, but they were arms because there were no feathers and she’d shake first, then she’d say, “I hate you. I hate you. You’re a bad, bad bird. You’re so ugly, I hate you.” Well this little bird, her soul was gone. And we cried, but crying didn’t do anything so we knew we had to change things. So we’d start to sing “Happy Birthday to You.” And we looked very foolish and sounded very foolish. None of us can sing. But it changed her thoughts. Now she sings “Happy Birthday.” She has none of those times anymore and she’s grown a number of feathers back. They don’t grow in coordination; they just grow. But this is okay. We love her anyway. Well when she saw Dinky come in, she goes over and she’s talking to him. And every time a human goes by him, he lashes out. We were bitten quite badly many, many times. And she stopped him from doing this. And progressively during the time, he calmed down. But he also went blind. And he’s totally blind. So she is his “seeing eye bird.” She takes him everywhere. She looks after him. She makes sure that he’s okay. She takes him to the food. If you put new things in for them to play with, she takes him there. It’s very beautiful. How does the World Parrot Refuge manage to get enough food to feed 800 birds? What happens when a new bird joins this gigantic flock? What is Wendy Huntbatch’s wonderful dream? Join us tomorrow on Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants as we continue with part two of our three part series on the World Parrot Refuge. For more details on the World Parrot Refuge, please visit www.WorldParrotRefuge**** Thank you for your presence today on our program. Enlightening Entertainment is coming up next, after Noteworthy News. Like a bird, may your spirit soar ever higher with each passing day.
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