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Macaw As A Pet Bird

Macaw As A Pet Bird

23 Dec / 2015



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Macaws are king-sized members of the parrot family and have typical parrot features. Their large, strong, curved beaks are designed to crush nuts and seeds. Their strong, agile toes are used like hands to grasp things. Loud, screeching and squawking voices help make their presence known in dense rain forests. They are also famous for their bright colors, which seem bold and conspicuous to us but actually blend in well with the green leaves, red and yellow fruits, and bluish shadows of the forest homes.

Make Your Interesting Feeders For Birds Your Own..

Make Your Interesting Feeders For Birds Your Own..

15 Jan / 2016



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If you love birds, you are likely to have at least one lovely bird feeder outside your window. It is great to sit and watch the birds feed throughout the day. The entire process is one that can be relaxing and enriching. Sometimes stopping tasks long enough to enjoy simple things like birds can really take the stress out of your day and allow you to live a happier life. Birds are a beautiful part of nature that you can enjoy for free. With everything costing these days, it is a blessing to have wonderful animals at our fingertips. To attract birds to your area however you should set up an environment that they are attracted to. By making interesting bird feeders, you can create art while catering to the birds in your area. Remember, birds enjoy feeders all year long in some areas, so don’t forget about them in the winter months. Use these fun ideas to begin making your bird feeders today.

Preventing Unhealthy Feather Plucking In Birds

Preventing Unhealthy Feather Plucking In Birds

22 Aug / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Bird-Blog Hits: 730 Comment: 0

Just as there's a great deal of enjoyment to be found in admiring your colorful, well-groomed bird, there can be just as much concern when you discover that she is pulling out her own feathers. While some feathers may come out naturally during normal preening, continually pulling feathers out will eventually damage the feather follicles and stop the growth of healthy, new feathers. Feather picking (also known as feather plucking) is a self-destructive behavior that is unique to pet birds. When a bird plucks her own feathers—sometimes severely—it can cause physical harm, such as self-mutilation or infection from open sores. This behavior must be addressed immediately, as it could signal a variety of serious problems.

Rustic Bird Houses

Rustic Bird Houses

17 Jul / 2015



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Birds that nestle in tree cavities will as well nestle in wood birdhouses. Birdhouses protect birds and conjugated on a few well-stocked feeders, they'll find refuge and protection in the amenities from your backyard/garden. Reciprocally, they'll add your yard/garden to aliveness on blinks of color, fantastic bid  calls also as a few casual musing.

Simple Tips- For Your Pet Bird's Health

Simple Tips- For Your Pet Bird's Health

18 Sep / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Bird-Blog Hits: 633 Comment: 0

Explore the tips and advice for every aspect of your pet bird’s care and enjoy the benefits of a feathered friend who is happy, healthy and content.

1. Birds need to eat a nutritionally sound diet in order to live a long life. Improper feeding can lead to malnutrition and disease resulting in a shorter lifespan. Start off by feeding your bird right from the beginning.

Some Interesting Facts About Your Cockatiels

Some Interesting Facts About Your Cockatiels

17 May / 2017



Written By: Binita Published In: Bird-Blog Hits: 1115 Comment: 0

Cockatiels are amazing little creatures and there's probably quite a lot you don't know about them. From the fascinating to the bizarre, we've just compiled some cockatiel facts in this article just for you!

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