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Parrot News Bites – Please send us your news stories; Chillies – a passion for parrots; Complete Psittacine by Eb Cravens – Parrot Environments are Evolving; The Holistic Parrot by Leslie Moran – Grapefruit seed extract, the natural choice for E. Coli; Cuttlefish bone is not enough by Rosemary Low – Most bird owners know the importance of calcium in the diets of our birds. It is absolutely necessary for laying females, pairs rearing young and species such as Grey Parrots, which are susceptible to seizures, often leading to death, without this vital element. Unfortunately, many deaths, including egg-binding, can be attributed to a calcium deficiency; Win tickets for Think Parrots; Introducing the Think Parrots Masterclass Speakers; Greys and Timnehs continue to dwindle, by David Waugh, Correspondent, Loro Parque Fundación; Your feathered friends’ feet. Louise Caddy, Head of Parrots at Paradise Park (home of the World Parrot Trust) gives some tips and advice on how to provide the best foot care for your birds. She suggests ways you can help prevent foot problems, increase enrichment and have a healthy bird; What is light and why is it so important? In this fourth part of John Courteney-Smith’s series on light, he explains the importance of choosing the correct UV lamp in order to provide the correct amount of natural UV light depending on individual requirements; Is your parrot happy? – by Robert McKenzie. Our pet companions are very special to us and it is therefore important that we care for them in the best way possible. Their surroundings, a proper diet, adequate and sufficient housing, stimulation and the opportunity to fly are major considerations that must be borne in mind if your parrot is to be happy; and lots more…

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