Hey, I've just had an idea. Since the founder of this wiki is inactive, and you're the only active admin, you can have wiki monitors. This is basically when you hire people (not literally) to monitor this wiki, and give you reports of any thing wrong. If this does happen, the best candidates are probably Aerotron and Penguinpawws. Thank you and I hope you reply.
There are over 300 species of parrots, and I'll be getting down as many as I can. I think a good start would be the Macaws, because there is abundant information available and most people recognize them.
Also, it might be helpful to set up pages about captive care, conservation, habitats, etc.. I can help work on those as well.
For the most part, I believe this Wiki will be successful with a bit of work. I appreciate your help a lot.
But remember, life goes on. You are a strong person, and what doesn't destroy you will help you to be even stronger. We learn from the past, remembering what we love, but live in and appreciate the present. If people don't see that now, they will eventually.. You are one of the most amazing, smart, and unique individuals I have met in my entire life, and now matter how dark it seems now, you will get through this.
I think that the males of the "Blue Spix's" (ie, Blu) are more like the Hyacinth, while the females (ie, Jewel) resemble the Spix's. I honestly don't know; then again, this is a children's movie, not focused on being realistic or scientific.
I relate to him because I'm very close to my birds. It's sad to see people who purchase exotic macaws just to enhance their image - in those cases, the poor birds don't have any real social connections, either avian or human. I'm glad that the film shows a bird-to-caretaker bond, even if it's not realistic otherwise.