In the following video, one of our students, Claudia shows how to use the Marshall GPS on her blue and gold macaw, Sunshine.
Part 2 from Claudia and her blue and gold macaw, Sunshine, showing how to utilize the Marshall GPS tail mount on a macaw for Freeflight.
Our freeflight student Katie uses the turbo GPS on her scarlet macaw, Mercury and clocks him flying over 67 mph!
Equipping a new bird (Ocean, the blue and gold macaw) with GPS and going on a recovery...
Freeflight student Mika shows how she uses the Telemetry unit on her galah, Momo.
Freeflight student Sheila talks about what it means to use GPS on a parrot from learning from the past.
Jamieleigh shows you along with Marshall Radio World, how to most effectively use Telemetry.
Freeflight student Nicole has to make a recovery because her GPS system's battery dies...
For students Lauren and Jeff, we had to make custom tail mounts for their tiny black capped conures.
Freeflight student Trede and his Timneh African Grey faced the problem of Omen accepting the Telemetry unit at all. What now?
16 year old freeflight student Santiago proves you're never too young to make good choices when it comes to using GPS on your bird.
We got together with master falconer Daryl Peterson to compare and contrast falconry and freeflight with parrots.
In this interview with master falconer Daryl Peterson, we talk about the best strategies to keep our pet parrots safe from predatory birds.
In this interview with master falconer Daryl Peterson we talk about all the ways to minimize the risk of freeflight with our pet parrots by knowing where and when to fly.