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About Emil Hall

Hi, my name is Emil Hall, and I’m a 53-year-old guy from Sweden. I’ve been married to James for almost 10 years now, and we have 3 beautiful kids together, a girl and 2 boys. 

I also have a great passion for Quaker Parrots, which I’ll be talking about in this blog. Right now, we’re raising 3 Quakers at our home, and they’ve brought us a lot of joy over the last few years.

It all started about 4 years ago when one of our friends got a Quaker and brought it over to show us. We were absolutely mesmerized by its intelligence, playfulness, and the fun tricks it could perform. 

This was enough for us to decide that we wanted to get one of our own, and so began our journey into Quaker Parrots.

We’ve been raising our first Quaker for the last 4 years, and it’s been an amazing learning experience. We’ve studied all about their diet, habitat, training methods, and everything else related to keeping them healthy and happy. 

Our little Quaker has taught us so many things about birds in general, from understanding their behavior to appreciating their beauty.

To say that we are in love with our Quakers would be an understatement; they bring so much life and joy to our home and always keep us entertained. 

We’ve even taught them a few tricks (like waving, singing, and dancing), which always amazes the people who come over for visits!

My kids love to play with our Quaker Parrots, and it’s heartwarming to see them interact and bond with our birds. They’ve become a part of our family, and I can honestly say that we wouldn’t have it any other way.

All in all, Quaker Parrots have been an absolute blessing in our lives, and we can’t wait to see what new adventures lie ahead for us with them. 

If you’ve ever wanted to get a Quaker of your own, then I highly recommend it. You won’t regret it!

Thank you for reading my blog post about how I fell in love with Quaker Parrots. I hope you’ve enjoyed learning about my experiences with these amazing birds and if you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below.

I’ll be happy to answer them as best I can.

Once again, thank you for your time, and I hope to see you back here soon.

Emil Hall,

Sisi, Lola, and Pitt- our outstanding Quaker Parrots