Over 80,000 Orders – Windy City Parrot Testimonials

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After 8 years of bird shows, Catherine launched WindyCityParrot.com just before Midnight December 31st, 2001. By 6:00 AM New Years day 2002, Windy City Parrot, received it’s first web order.

Since then we’ve had more than 8,000,000 web visitors and fulfilled more than 80,000 orders

What Our Customers are Saying 

8/21/17 Just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate your blogs. Witty, informative and intelligent. I look forward to them every week. The hours you must spend researching your topics. Keep them coming, Mitch!

Name: Carol Petree

10/6/2015 It doesn’t matter if I liked the toys. It’s all up to my Amazon parrot Oliver and he loves them! I purchased mostly things he could hold in his foot. Like Bamboo Boxes, Wooden Cheepstix, Woven Vine Chew Balls, Munchie Woven Vine Chew, Chewy Stars, Craft Sticks, Cork Rings.

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Free Shipping Orders Over $49 and $6 ships small orders

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$49 Orders Ship Free* in the continental US

$6 Flat rate shipping** if your order total is less than $49

Free shipping does not apply to locations out of the 48 contiguous US States, military or air force bases (unless you have a street address, NO PO Boxes).
Find shipping & return policies here

All Cages, Stands & Aviaries (Over $49) Ship Free Too!

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15% Off 1st Orders placed on Windy City Parrot

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i have two questions about this promotion. (1) how do you know my order is my first order? (2) how do i receive the 15% off if i don’t have to enter a discount code?
sasha
 
dear sasha
 
when you go to our website and start entering items into the shipping cart, the website assumes you are a new customer.

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Handicapped Bird Videos or What our birds teach us about disabilities

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We get help desk tickets and phone calls on a regular basis seeking advice for a handicapped bird. The most common disability is splayed foot (especially in budgies).

Splayed foot is when one or both of the bird’s feet turn sideways as a chick. This usually happens to young birds when nesting material is “slippery” so the feet don’t have enough traction to point in the right direction while still in the nest.

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