Isle of Wight parrot trained to fly in the wild

A parrot has been educated to free-fly with no harness.

One-year-old macaw Saffy lives on the Isle of Wight with proprietor Katie Balmer.

She started coaching the fowl final summer time utilizing a harness. Saffy is now repeatedly noticed flying within the wild round Sandown.

There are considered about 40 free-flying pet birds within the UK, however Ms Balmer says its important to hold out correct coaching and seek the advice of specialists, as a way to preserve birds protected and guarantee they don’t get misplaced.

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