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Do You Know: What Do Birds Like Eating?

Do You Know: What Do Birds Like Eating?

07 Sep / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Bird-Blog Hits: 421 Comment: 0

Here we came to our favorite topic: some people are great glutton that is why they try to please birds. The main parrot food is millet. It is sold in every “bird” shop. There should always be enough millet into the bird cage, birds know themselves how much to eat. They also enjoy oats very much but only oats (unpeeled, absolutely natural) which people hardly get anywhere in shops. It is found only as an addition in combined foods. As a compromise variant oat kernels can be given.

They also enjoy sunflower seeds, but not baked of course. Give sunflower seeds to your bird only several times per month because it contains lots of fats and the bird get stout. Before giving it to the bird it is good to crash it slightly (thus they will consume it easily). They absolutely adore fresh vegetables! They die for cucumbers, lettuce, carrots, peppers and pepper seeds (they should not be hot!). They also eat cabbage. Be careful with nitrates! They are particularly harmful for birds as they can even kill them. If it is possible prevent buying foods cultivated in green – houses.

Easy Steps To Clean A Bird Bath

Easy Steps To Clean A Bird Bath

04 Feb / 2016



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Just like any other piece of outdoor equipment, your bird bath will need to be cleaned time to time. In order to prevent your fine feathered friends from becoming ill, be sure to clean your bird bath at least a couple times each season, especially if you regularly store your bird bath during the winter months. Also, you should use bird-friendly cleaning products, as those used to clean pools or pond can potentially cause birds to become sick or even die due to the chlorine and other chemicals in these harsh cleaning agents.

Feather Plucking In Birds

Feather Plucking In Birds

16 Aug / 2017



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Birds usually pluck their feathers to preen and groom themselves. Feather plucking becomes a serious behavioral disorder when the bird moderately over preens or even self-mutilates its self.

Go For A Bird Instead

Go For A Bird Instead

08 Apr / 2016



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Many families entertain the idea of getting a pet at one time or another. Sometimes it is the children that insist that their lives will not be complete without a friendly pet to have fun with. Other times it is the parents who suggest that adding a family pet would bring focus and responsibility to their children. Regardless of who wants the pet most, it is true that adding a pet to many families is a source of fun, learning and family bonding. Most families immediately think that they can choose between getting a cat or a dog simply because those are the most popular pets to have.

Great Dane Of Companion Birds.

Great Dane Of Companion Birds.

13 Dec / 2016



Written By: Binita Published In: Bird-Blog Hits: 1331 Comment: 0

The hyacinth macaw is possibly the most stunning of the macaw family, and is certainly the largest. It is the largest of all parrots. The hyacinth is the “Great Dane” of companion birds, with the mature male reaching over 40 inches in length. Very few people actually have a hyacinth macaw as a companion, and will probably only has the pleasure of seeing one in a zoo or a larger bird shop. Despite its size, penchant for destruction, loudness and expense, this blue macaw is the penultimate companion bird for the person who has the time, patience and wallet to properly keep this beautiful beast. The hyacinth macaw is a stunning cobalt color all over its body, with a ring of bright yellow around its eye and the same color yellow at the base and the corners of its beak. It is often referred to simply as a “blue macaw.” The hyacinth is not twice as large as other large macaws, though its big personality makes other macaws seem like dwarves in its presence.

Hey Parrots Train Your Parents To Start Training You

Hey Parrots Train Your Parents To Start Training You

17 Jul / 2015



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Happy parrots enjoy training every day. Parrot potty training is one of the easiest things that we can learn.
If you want to be a happy bird like me you have to train your parents to spend time and invest in training you.  Lets face it we don’t like to be stuck in a cages or on our stands all day screaming our heads off. 

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