Every couple of years I visit Free Flight Exotic Bird Sanctuary in Southern California and play with the birds. Meet the Superb Parrot native to Australia. This is the only bird featured in this post that is not designated endangered or vulnerable in the wild.
Every time I visit, I leave wanting to adopt one of their birds, like this Eclectus Parrot, native to the Solomon Islands.
Free Flight was established by an avian veterinarian to rescue and rehabilitate pet parrots. They have several highly endangered Hyacinth Macaws which are the largest of the Macaw species.
Friendly and outgoing Yellow Naped Amazons live in Mexico and Central America.
Pretty in Pink Moluccan Cockatoos are native to Indonesia.
Free Flight birds live in an open aviary and interact readily with the people who come to visit them.
African Grey Parrots from the Congo are famous talkers. Despite myths to the contrary, bird brains are intelligent brains. Parrot brains in particular are similar in several important ways to primate brains.
Blue and gold macaw are native to South America.
Cheers to you from the beautiful, happy and healthy parrots, at Free Flight Exotic Bird Sanctuary~
For More on the non-profit sanctuary check out : https://www.freeflightbirds.org/about-free-flight