February 13, 2018 marks the 5 year anniversary of the Parrot Wizard company. Looking back across the years, there has been so much progress. I have really enjoyed working on all the novel parrot supplies and would like to thank my buyers and followers for helping me accomplish that.
Although it's officially 5 years, I've been making parrot supplies even longer.
Here's a brief timeline of my parrot activities over the years.
Even more cool new Parrot Wizard stuff coming soon.
Today, on the 5 year Anniversary of the Parrot Wizard company, I am releasing a new and improved version of the Birdie Ring Toss. Now it is made entirely of parrot safe plastic so that the rings and pegs match perfectly. Going to plastic allowed me to offer more sizes as well. So now the Ring Toss trick is available in 3 sizes and 6 colors for all parrots.
My line of NU Perches has been a pivotal part of Parrot Wizard company. I wanted to have a comfortable, natural, consistently reproducible, safe perch to use for my Parrot Training Perches but all natural perches that I could find had inconsistencies and potential hazards. So I focused my attention on developing the NU Perch. It has been the basis of a whole line of perching products including a tabletop perch, scale perch, window perch, trees, and more. Having familiar perches in the cage, for training, and around the house helps the parrot know the spots it is intended to go and helps keep the parrot off of furniture.
[color=#8000BF:2nn5eahv]Congratulations for the 5 year anniversary![/color:2nn5eahv]
From South Korea, I read most of your posts so interestingly.
I especially loved your life stories with your parrots, Kili and Truman.
I also raise a parrot, which is a lovebird, GoldenCherry.
Since I had lived with him for ten years, he is actually a part of my life.
But he went through many health connected crisis, he has a virus over his wings since he was five.
What should I do for him to stay more healthy?
Thank you for your reply! The vet told me it's a virus connected with stress, but I didn't understand exactly. My parrot's feather(inner side of the wing) has been slowly fell out five years ago, and currently his back side has no feather. Even though he has been okay, but I'm worried...