Blue Quaker Parakeet Learning to Fly

Hello Aviator,

Eilley_( Olympic _Contender)_Flying_ 4_monthsI just wanted to share a glimpse of our experience watching our new Quaker Eilley learning to fly.

Her  first flight was when she was only 42 days old. Within a month she had significant flight skills and there was no place she was not Queen of the Castle.

Now with The Aviator Bird Harness she can enjoy the outdoors too.

Thanks,
PeaceLoversPets

Eilley is an Olympic Contender By four months a fully flighted Quaker Parakeet flying skills will look similar to an adults, but in reality they do not have enough life experience to fly like an adult until about 8 months old.
Eilley is an Olympic Contender
By four months a fully flighted Quaker Parakeet flying skills will look similar to an adults, but in reality they do not have enough life experience to fly like an adult until about 8 months old. 
 Blue Quaker Parakeet in Flight Eilley is a Blue Quaker Parrot who hatched on March 8, 2012. Eilley started flying at 42 days old.

Blue Quaker Parakeet in Flight
Eilley is a Blue Quaker Parrot who hatched on March 8, 2012. Eilley started flying at 42 days old. 
Blue Quaker Parakeet Developing Landing Skills Without slow motion video or high speed photography it is difficult to see landing skills develop in young parrots. They will be about 50% skilled after 2 weeks, 90% at 3 months,
Blue Quaker Parakeet Developing Landing Skills
Without slow motion video or high speed photography it is difficult to see landing skills develop in young parrots. They will be about 50% skilled after 2 weeks, 90% at 3 months, and 100% at 8 months. 
Isaac_Palid_Green_Quaker_Parakeet
Isaac Pallid Green Quaker Parakeet Isaac is a Palid Green Quaker Parakeet that shares the house with Eilley.   

To Learn More about the Aviator Harness and Aviator Flightline at our Main Website at
https://theparrotuniversity.com/

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