Let’s start with forgetting that BIRDS DO NOT LIKE CHANGE!

Hi! I very much enjoy your emails and all the information you provide. By the way, my green conure (Wyndle) looks just like the bird you have in the picture with you, Mitch.

Wyndle is a “mutt”, not a pedigree like my Sun Conure was. She has a HUGE personality and is full of spunk; very strong, inquisitive, eats all day (not overweight, tho) etc.

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What is the best parrot for an apartment?

parakeet cage on balcony in the Venice

What is the best parrot for an apartment? The answers thus far have been pretty limited (on Quora).

We (mitch & catherine) live in a three flat apartment building, erected circa 1885 in the geographical center of the city of Chicago’s Ukrainian Village neighborhood.

It’s 1800 ft.² with 9 1/2 foot ceilings. The all brick building is quite solid.

We like parrots. We are in the (caged bird) pet supply business. It’s our job to know about them.

For the record we don’t sell any birds. We simply teach proper care for about 750 captive bird species out of approximately 10,400 species of birds on the planet.

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Male cockatiel attacked female and drew blood so I separated them…and more

white cockatiel next to egg and food dish in bird cage

Male cockatiel attacked female and drew blood so I separated them, but now the female laid an egg and I’m afraid of putting him back in.?

Don’t put them back together in the same cage yet. The hen does not need the male pestering her.

She may continue to lay eggs without him. You can remove the eggs as they are laid.

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When and where did your bird learn the difference between right and wrong?

Senega;l Parrot on her bird cage

When and where did your bird learn the difference between right and wrong?

How does your macaw know the difference between a $6000 bubinga wood armoire and a $300 manzanita bird play stand you bought from Windy City Parrot.

What have you done to teach your bird chewing on the stand is right, chewing on the furniture is wrong?

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