Friday, June 26, 2015


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Saturday, December 31, 2011


I had a great time at Kings Creek Elementary School, performing with 6 parrots before 140 kindergarten children.

Check out the photos on my Facebook page and see the parrots: Cash, Elliot, Max, Lucy, Ginger and Witch. The children were mesmerized and Aiden's class stayed later and were awarded with being allowed to hold a parrot, posing for a picture.

They received a feather as a momento and I was able to provide teachers of all 7 classes with several feathers each.

 These are great learning tools, showing the children how to use magnifying glasses and microscopes. Feathers are highly developed and each one is different with a different function.

Great teaching, Ms. Denney!!!

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Lithonia Library a Lively Learning Experience

Miss Veronica had scheduled Parrot Productions for the second time in her small meeting room for the summer program offered by DeKalb County Library. Last year, the meeting room was packed and this year it was again at capacity. The children loved watching the birds and Albert faithfully donned the saddle and walked the female Eclectus up and back down the middle aisle. At the end of the presentation, the children all used wipes to remove any germs they might transfer to the birds and proceeded to hold and even cuddle a bird of their choice. Award winning smiles and serious pride were displayed as each child posed for pictures with Max (who looks like "Rio") and Cash and Lucy and Paddy and Elliot.

All the children were on their very best behavior and waited patiently for their turn to hold a bird. They all placed their used wipes as directed and were respectful and careful of the parrots. And no one forgot about Albert, the Great Dane. He was lovin' every minute of all those hands petting him too.

What joy I receive when there are such well behaved children enjoying my little presentation with these pets of mine. How I feel we shine.

A special thanks here to Gavin Cox, my best friend who helped out with this show. He brought his own parrot, Paddy, a Black Capped Conure, who also stepped up and allowed children to hold him. Gavin will be 8 years old this year and Paddy is only one year old. Thanks again Gavin for being my helper. I could not have done it without you!

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Snellville Farmer's Market Fun Fun Fun

At the Snellville Farmer's Market, I walked around with Max and Albert and of course, Jack. It was beautiful weather and I especially loved the gourmet Popsicles. Albert's favorite was the one with pomegranate, Jack's favorite was the grapefruit Popsicle. Albert, however, does prefer the Bruster's in Grayson where we can be seen in the coolness of the dusk getting him a free "doggie sundae" on Saturday or Sunday evenings. We usually bring at least one bird who enjoys the cone that I don't eat or an almond from my ice cream. Watch for us around town and check out the list of coming events to catch up with one of my library productions. That too is FREE.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011


Kaitlyn had a tremendous birthday at Briscoe Park in Snellville GA this Saturday. It was a success and the weather was beautiful! She is now 4-years-old.

 The party was busy, noisy, exciting, and fun. Cash, the male Eclectus was sweet, gentle, beautiful and calm as he stepped up on tiny arms and hands.

Happy Birthday Kaitlyn, and thank you for letting Cash of be part of your party!

Friday, May 13, 2011

Great Oaks is Great Again

The show on Thursday, May 12, 2011, at Great Oaks Retirement Community was another success. It is the third time in 2011 Parrot Productions has appeared at their facility. This time for the main community, Albert appeared for the first time. He was so well behaved and was, as always, pleased to provide a ride for Lucy and Max around the room. I thank my helper Gavin Cox for his appearance with Paddy (Black-Capped Conure) and his assistance with loading and unloading. It was such a pleasure seeing the awareness and interest in those timeless faces.

Great Oaks is Great Again

The show at Great Oaks Retirement Home in Monroe, Georgia was great. It is the third time we have been to that site this year (two different areas) and the response has been delightful. It is such a joy to see the interest and awareness in those timeless faces.