The weather is changing and this means that your bird will need more protection at night from the cold. Birds require a minimum of 8 hours or undisturbed sleep each night. … DO NOT leave your bird covered so that you can avoid interacting
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.
Overweight birds are common. It’s hard to think that a little bird could get overweight but lack of exercise and poor diet will lead to being overweight. These are the same reasons that humans are overweight. You could have
I know you like to snack and guess what? Your bird does too! Your bird can enjoy a variety of food that you already have in your fridge! Fresh, raw vegetables provide a healthy alternative to sweetened, prepared snacks.
Pet Bird Grooming: Birds & Bathing Some birds appreciate a daily misting / being lightly sprayed with room-temperature water, while others prefer to bathe in a shallow dish of water. A combination of both is great — provided your parrot
Do you know your bird’s nonverbal communication cues? Learning to recognize your parrot’s healthy body language will help you know when he is feeling fine or when he’s ill, as well as when he wants attention or food. It will
Many bird owners take great care in providing an enticing and nutritional diet for their birds. Additionally, they physically play and cuddle with their birds and spend hours teaching them to talk, sing and whistle. However, many birds
Do you drink enough water each day? Most people do not but how about your bird? Having clean water available for your bird is a must. Looking at your bird every day can help you make sure that your
Hurricane season started in June. Many have pets so creating a plan to keep our loved pets is a must. Hurricanes, like floods, brushfires, and tornadoes, can be frightening things to be caught in (and these tips can be
Do birds have feelings and emotions? I’m sure you know your bird’s personality and can see that they truly do have emotions. There is no scientific agreement about whether or not birds have feelings, but birders who watch their feathered