Positive Parroting is a lecture series specifically created for people who own parrots and want new information to enrich their pets’ lives. Topics include innovative caging, choosing perches, healthy diets, common poisons to avoid, and entertaining activities for your parrot. Learn bird training skills to help with challenging behaviors, and make your own parrot enrichment toys to take home. Programs include lectures, written materials, demonstrations, and interactive training sessions, taught by the National Aviary's Head Avian Veterinarian and Manager of Bird Training. Participants leave with valuable and practical information that adds to their parrot’s life.
April 21, 2013, 1:00 pm—3:00 pm
Parrots are amazing pets but can be challenging. This class offers innovative ideas in parrot care. Taught by the National Aviary's head veterinarian, new information is given on cage designs, choosing perches, making play areas, safe toys, healthy diets, common poisons to avoid, and enriching activities for your parrot. Actual demonstrations are given of each topic with interactive discussions. Join this unique class and take home new ideas for your healthy happy parrot.
For more information or to register for any of our programs, please contact the National Aviary Reservationist at 412-258-9439 or via email at Education.Programs@Aviary.org.