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Thank you for your interest in writing for UrParrot.com We created this new site to provide a Free platform to educate old and new Parrot owners on a very diverse array of topics. Our top-level categories are:

General Parrot Care – Health, Nutrition & Diet – Housing – Parrot Training – Toys, Accessories, and DIY – Parrot Loss Support – Indoor Freeflight – Parrot Travel – Parrot adoption

The blog site receives enormous publicity from the UrParrot.com home page, email newsletter, Facebook posts, forum and more.

And yes, your blog can also link to your own website, books, films or other projects or commercial interests you may have. We ask that you link to your other interests in a contextual way or in the “about the author” section of your posts and not turn a blog post into a spammy commercial (which would get it rejected).

We have a short, simple “application” which is really just you sending us the following information to LoversParrots@gmail.com:

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Your real name (which will remain private)
Your desired pen name (it can be the same, or different from your real name, and it will be publicly visible)
Your email address
A brief statement (5–10 sentences) explaining, in your own words, what topics you wish to blog about.

  • reply Carolina ,

    HI! I find this website very interesting and helpful, I’m so glad I found you guys!
    I love birds, when I was 8 my mom gave me a little parrot ( forpus passerinus) and she shared 9 years of happiness and love with me, unfortunately she died in the past april of 2012 and since I was very depressed 3 month later my mom gave me two new little parrots just like laury ( my first little parrot) and since that time I gave all my attention to them, but a year later the male parrot died which was a very sad lost, but my female parrot was still in good health, feeling bad for the situation I tried to be 24/7 with her, but I did an exchange programme to Europe and sadly I had to leave her home, with my parents and siblings but none of them took care of her and when I came back from my trip I found my little parrot with no feathers which was absolutely shocking for me, because she seems to be healthy except from her physical appearance, I try consulting a vet and he told me it was just depression but I’m always with her playing around and even I allowed her to fly and spend time in the yard but she hasnt stop from taking her feathers off! help

    • reply Kristin Hawkins ,

      • reply Tina duffy ,

        My bf and I are looking around for a cocktail or a parrot Newark in Delaware anyway u can help us. We have 2 pareekts he would like a talking bird, would love to have a parrot or anything that isn’t to expensive. I would like to apdopt if that’s available m

        • reply Wally ,

          I live in NYC n have Ruby mawcaw which I love ❤️ but need help in training her so I can take her of cage me n my husband are little afraid 😳 do u many one ☝️ in Brooklyn NYC, that help trained her thank you

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