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Welcome to "FreeParrots.net"
Friday, July 05 2013 @ 07:10 PM UTC
Contributed by: MikeSchindlinger
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This site is a meeting ground for rescue shelters, animal welfare societies, and conservationists... and the people who share their concern and love for parrots. The website is developed through user submissions, so please sign up, sign in, and start posting!

By working together, we can address the problems we face on behalf behalf of wild (free) parrots, whose plight is impacted by the global pet trade.

By bringing the wild side together with the domestic side of parrot protection, we can combine our expertise to keep the parrots where they belong.


  


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Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, March 07 2004 @ 03:33 AM UTC
This is an interesting and worthwhile endeavor -- keeping parrots where they belong. I have a blue-front amazon, and seeing the frustration of this bird after he has matured, breaks my heart, and makes me realize that we should not be breeding birds. I am not a breeder, but I also did not realize until I had my own amazon, what a mistake it is to raise them in an unnatural environment. I care more for the happiness of my bird, than 'owning' him. He is entertaining -- but who are we (as humans) to think we can interfere with wild life like we do? Any comments?

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