I hope it's not to me but to forum in general. In my opinion any meat is not good for parrots. We're talking about different cultures and opinions not writing what we can do or not. We are from different countries and have different opinions writing what is good or not would start an argue. I know I could be lost in your 1st point here because of being minority but not on Polish sites.1) You know what’s good for your bird and what’s not. You can give human food very sparingly, once or twice a week maybe, but the same rules apply:
Chicken wings, eggs, pasta...but no salt, onions, garlic, tomato-based sauces, etc.
2) As long as the bird isn’t left alone for unreasonable periods of time (more than 8 hours), zero advantage to having more than one bird, and more often than not, an additional bird creates problems.
3) Birds need out of cage time...interaction with you...so I basically think it’s ridiculous to not clip them. A clipped bird gets the same exercise flapping his wings in place as one flying into a mirror, into a pot of boiling water, or out the front door. Every major flying injury is caused by FLYING.
Well, you’re just wrong about chicken wings being bad for parrots.
This is science. It has nothing to do with culture.
How many CAVs are there in Poland, let alone vets who ONLY treat birds? Let alone any near you? As opposed to the U.S., where we have dozens of dedicated professionals in most states who ONLY study birds?
So culture wise, I guess I prefer to follow the advice of our avian experts.
Call me crazy.
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