Avian Expert Articles

Webinar: The Grey Way: Time to Travel: Bird Sitter, Boarding or Hitting the Road? with Lisa Bono, CPBC

Webinar: The Grey Way: Time to Travel: Bird Sitter, Boarding or Hitting the Road? with Lisa Bono, CPBC

Date: Friday, August 13, 2021

Time: 12:00 pm PDT (double-check your local time with this time zone converter)

 

Join us for a FREE, live interactive webinar! Lisa Bono, CPBC, owner and operator of The Platinum Parrot and a certified parrot behavior consultant specializing in African grey parrots, presents Episode 4 of The Grey Way, a Lafeber Pet Birds Webinar Series focusing on Congo & Timneh African grey parrots as pets. In this episode, Lisa discusses your options when planning a trip. How to choose a qualified bird sitter or boarding facility? Is taking your Grey with you an option? Preparing your Grey for a road trip or air travel? There are many factors to consider, and Lisa’s webinar will help you make an informed decision.

Missed our webinar? No problem! You can access the webinar in its entirety here:

2 thoughts on “Webinar: The Grey Way: Time to Travel: Bird Sitter, Boarding or Hitting the Road? with Lisa Bono, CPBC

  1. We would like to take our eclectus with us in our motor home to Florida in January and February. Any hints or tips from those who have done this? We are concerned as he is out of the cage about 90 percent of the time and gets a lot of exercise following after us and don’t know how he’ll cope is such close quarters.. Also…how would we find an avian vet if needed

  2. We got an RV to travel with our African Grey and Goffins. We recently took a trip from California to Oklahoma. We talked with them daily about the events of the day and that the only alternative was to stay home with strangers. They did well as long as we drove no more than 6hours/day. We got settled a couple hours before dusk. They loved camp days. They stay in their cage while we are moving and we stop every 2hours. We have their cage in the window so they can see out

Comments are closed.

Subscribe to our newsletter