Horus: Owen Pointon, Pt 2: Life, Loves & Inspiration

In the best of times, artists attain a fruitful mature period when their unique perspective flows untramneled onto canvas, or plaster, or into marble or other media, yielding a significant body of high-quality, distinctive work. Australian wildlife and heritage artist Owen Pointon's recent appointment as Artist in Residence at a new art gallery in Atherton, … Continue reading Horus: Owen Pointon, Pt 2: Life, Loves & Inspiration

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Psitta-Social: Melbourne Meet ups Gain Critical Mass!

February 9, the Melbourne parronts and fids held their greatest gathering yet! As the photos and videos show, parrot-lovers of all ages, and feathered friends of many species gathered in a cool great room on a hot summer's day, and reveled in one another's unique, treasured presence. Hop with excitement, oh, ye feathered friends! (Courtesy … Continue reading Psitta-Social: Melbourne Meet ups Gain Critical Mass!

HatchLine: Little Corella Targeted

Thanks to the City of Playford'sย council spokespersons for their assistance with this article.] November 5, 2018, the Mount Barker District Council issued a "scaring" notice for Little Corellas, following their April 3, 2018 decision endorsing "selective legal shooting" of flock leaders, or "scout" corellas. The measures seek to discourage flocks, especially the largest flock, from … Continue reading HatchLine: Little Corella Targeted

BirdsEyeView: Our Parrots & State Endangered Species Acts

In the United States, depending on the state in which you live, you may not be able to move to, visit, or sell your aviary-raised parrot across state lines, or acquire a member of the opposite sex with which to breed your parrot out-of-state; and you may not be able to purchase a parrot in … Continue reading BirdsEyeView: Our Parrots & State Endangered Species Acts

Psitta-Social: Melbourne parrots caper and tease

Melbourne birds gathered for their bird social event October 6, 2018. Eclectus parrots, quakers, cockatiels, conures, even ringnecks filled the hall . . . along with their parronts. Whether on heads, shoulders, back or arms, parrots generally circulated with their humans, but there was also free time on perches. Between eating -- and eating -- … Continue reading Psitta-Social: Melbourne parrots caper and tease

The Great #Trickortreatteebirb Tee Drawing

Get into the Halloween mood -- create a Halloween themed picture featuring your bird, and enter the great #Trickortreatbirb Tee Halloween Bird Photo drawing for a chance to win a custom tee shirt of your favorite bird picture! Entries must be submitted no later than 8:00 pm Wednesday, October 31, Eastern Daylight Savings time (UTC … Continue reading The Great #Trickortreatteebirb Tee Drawing

BirdsEyeView: Animal Rights: Does your bird have “personality”?

The 1970s heralded a revolution in the legal status of animals. PETA, established in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1974, advocated vegetarianism and various boycotts with the slogan "Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way." Along a parallel track, in 1975, the nations of the world … Continue reading BirdsEyeView: Animal Rights: Does your bird have “personality”?

NoRoomAttheInn: Interview with Phoenix Landing’s Co-Founder Ann Brooks

[For more information on Phoenix Landing, visit their website atย https://www.phoenixlanding.org/ You can support Phoenix Landing as your designated charity beneficiary with Subscribe & Save & Smile.amazon. You are one of the Founders. What moved the founders to join together and establish a rescue/ sanctuary? (When was it established)? Established April 2000.ย  We started thinking sanctuary … Continue reading NoRoomAttheInn: Interview with Phoenix Landing’s Co-Founder Ann Brooks