Do you like to draw? If so, I would love to invite you to draw a picture of your beloved bird. We are having a contest to see what child and adult can draw the best picture of their feathered
Skeeter is the Bird Cages 4 Less June bird of the month! He is a Pacific Parrotlet and hatched on June 20, 2011. He was able to attend graduate school with his bird parent as she worked on her
The sound of summer brings up images of fun in the sun and yummy treats! I will have a few blogs this summer about homemade bird treats. It’s great to know exactly what your bird is eating. Do you have
When your bird is stretching their wings outside of the bird cage, why not stretch their imaginations too? A parrot playstand is an excellent way to stimulate your bird’s mind, increase physical activity, and give them a change of scenery.
Parakeets are social birds that love to sing and play. Do you have parakeets? If not, you might want one after reading my blog! Parakeets love attention. They might enjoy having a partner and if not then you are their
Are you in the market for a new bird cage? Maybe you thought the cage was big enough when buying it but now see your bird needs more room? Moving is stressful for anyone and this includes your bird. Some
Will you be prepared if you have to move your bird in a hurry? What if there is an in-home emergency? Or even a simple trip to the vet? These examples of transporting your bird can be stressful for birds that are
We are starting a bird of the month blog. Does your bird want to be showcased? I’m sure the answer is a big YES! Mango is May’s bird of the month! He just turned 3 years old and lives in
African Greys, Amazons, parrots, cockatoos, and macaws require large bird cages. Such cages should have a bar spacing of one or more inches. Be sure to check this, as inappropriate spacing can result in injury to your bird.
With so many choices, choosing the right bird cage for your medium size parrot can sometimes be challenging. Our Bird Cage Buying Guide can help! Cockatiels, small Conures, Lories, Caiques, Quakers, Indian Ringnecks, Pionus, Senegals, whatever medium size parrot you have,