We share our lives with five
parrots of different shapes, sizes, sexes, ages and
To learn more about each
of our fascinating companions, select a link above or a
photo from the right.
Welcome to James and Heather's Parrot Wings
Phoebe is a female painted
conure (Pyrrhura picta).
Phoebe hatched on September 26, 2006 and joined our flock in
More about Phoebe
Gandalf is a male Congo African grey parrot (Psittacus erithacus).
Gandalf hatched in June 1997 and joined our flock in
More about Gandalf
Freddie is a female green-cheeked conure (Pyrrhura
molinae). Freddie hatched in March 2006 and joined our
flock in July 2006.
More about Freddie
Chloe is a female Pacific parrotlet (Forpus
coelestis). Chloe hatched in April 2006 and
joined our flock in December 2006.
More about Chloe
Chili Pepper is a male Jenday conure (Aratinga
jandaya). Chili Pepper hatched in August 1996 and
joined our flock in November 1996.
More about Chili Pepper
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Living with parrots
Parrots are engaging and fascinating
creatures. Their personalities and needs differ
based on their species, ages, and sexes.
Before you bring home a parrot, we
urge you to research their unique requirements and make
an informed decision.
Parrots are messy.
Parrots require a great deal of time and
attention or they may suffer from behavioral problems.
Housing, feeding and vet care are more
expensive than for other pets.
Parrots can live for decades.
Make sure you understand the
commitment before you decide to bring home a parrot!
So why parrots?
A lot of people ask us why have
parrots as companions and not dogs or cats or fish or
any other pet?
have found parrots to be the best
companion animal we have ever lived with.
They offer friendship and
companionship on their terms, not yours. One must
earn their trust and love as it does not always come
They are smart, adaptable, funny, and
They are always surprising you, even
after years of what you think is consistent behavior.
They keep you on your toes.
Above all, they force you to live
in the moment each and every day and enjoy each
precious moment of life!