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A collection of Highcroft inspired fables, stories about our past and current adventures, and informative blogs post about healing modalities.

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My personal awareness has expanded over the last year

My personal awareness has expanded over the last year

Good day, what an amazing beautiful crisp day. I wanted to say how grateful I AM on how my personal awareness has expanded over the last year due to the input of all the teachers that have given of their time and knowledge. The course on kabbala...

Queen of Bavaria (Golden) Conures

Queen of Bavaria (Golden) Conures

I have been fortunate enough to have Queens that are calm and centered. They can be highly excitable and nervous. All my Queens are hand raised and I find them intelligent and beautiful.

Galah Cockatoos

Galah Cockatoos

The Galah, also known as the pink and grey cockatoo, is found over the entire Australian continent, they are an everyday sight for travelers. They prefer savannah and open grassland areas.

Blue-Throated Macaws

Blue-Throated Macaws

The blue-throated macaw is also known as the Caninde macaw or Wagler’s macaw. They are very special medium-sized macaws as they have lovely natures and really enjoy a lot of handling and love.

Green-Winged Macaws

Green-Winged Macaws

The green-wing macaw is definitely my favourite macaw. As babies, they are irresistible and very difficult to part with. So the right owner is very carefully selected.

Blue and Gold Macaw

Blue and Gold Macaw

They inhabit a large area of northern South America and enjoy seasonally flooded forest areas, palm swamps and deciduous woodlands.

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