Parrots attracted human attention since the ancient times. It is well known that sailors used to catch these beautiful, colorful birds to keep them company on their boats to prevent severe loneliness during endless journey. Nowadays, we admire the same way their beautiful colors, intelligence and ability to imitate human speech. Sometimes, we humans underestimate the high intelligence of these creatures. Often, we force them to live in our environment to please us and we "humanize" them without keeping in mind their nature. Parrots are intelligent and sociable creatures, that live in flocks or couples. Never alone. We humans, bring them into our homes mostly as the only pet. Not many of us transform our home to a so-called rainforest and imitate primary needs of these unique creatures. A great number of parrots are able to adapt to a human environment and live a quality life. Not all of them are this lucky though. There are several sad examples, when the owner misjudges the needs of these intelligent birds. In these occasions a beautiful, intelligent parrot is slowly changing into psychically and physically broken individual. That traumatize not only the bird itself, but also the owner who then suffers from the sight of his pet bird that he got for his own pleasure and joy in the first place.
Laguna Organization takes into care these poor creatures. Provides them veterinary care and consequently deals with their return to relatively natural habitat. Step by step integrates these broken parrots into groups whose purpose is to imitate a natural lifestyle and provoke a will to live. The cockatoo, African gray parrot, macaw and amazon parrots are the kinds most often taken into care by the Laguna Organization.
parrots in Laguna Organization