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Having Parrots As Pets

Having Parrots As Pets

For anyone who is considering having parrots as pets, the first step is finding a reputable breeder. Pet stores are adequate, perhaps, but you are much less likely to know exactly where your bird came from and how it was raised. These two pieces of knowledge are almost paramount to getting a healthy......[Read More]
Steiner Predator Pro Binocular - Best Compact Binoculars Less Than $200

Steiner Predator Pro Binocular - Best Compact Binoculars Less Than $200

Would you like a great deal on Steiner binoculars for bird watching? Then take a look at the Steiner Predator Pro 10x26 compact binocular. Find out why these great compact birding binoculars are such ......[Read More]
Window Mount Feeder from Perky-Pet

Window Mount Feeder from Perky-Pet

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What Is Backyard Birding?

What Is Backyard Birding?

Tips for getting started as a backyard birder, including how to make your yard meet birds' needs, how to keep your backyard flock safe and how to enjoy your backyard birds.......[Read More]
Learn More About the Umbrella Cockatoo

Learn More About the Umbrella Cockatoo

Information on the life span, origin, and history of Umbrella Cockatoos, and tips on keeping them as pets.......[Read More]
What Are Flamingos?

What Are Flamingos?

Flamingos are wading birds native to areas of Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and South America. They are highly social and gather in huge flocks around low-lying water where their characteristic long legs and necks, and striking pink coloration, present an impressive sight to observers.......[Read More]
How to Build a Purple Martin House

How to Build a Purple Martin House

The purple martin is a songbird and a much-desired visitor in the gardens of bird lovers. If you build a purple martin house in your yard the bird will return every year. A purple martin house is different from other bird houses in that it can be hung from a wire so that it swings. Purple martins ar......[Read More]
How to Prepare Fresh Pumpkin Seeds for Parrots

How to Prepare Fresh Pumpkin Seeds for Parrots

Parrots love to eat seeds. You can buy some at the pet store, but they usually come in a mix. There is no reason you can't prepare some fresh pumpkin seeds for your parrot at home. Fresh pumpkin seeds are much more healthful for your parrot, and they are very easy to make.......[Read More]
Should Your Parrot Need Toys?

Should Your Parrot Need Toys?

People Often leave their exotic birds alone with nothing to do. Parrots are complex creatures and they need stimulation. Think about how you would feel about living in a cage without fun things to do. If you had some fun toys and things to play with then maybe you would like it better too. So put yo......[Read More]
How to Raise Pet Chickens in the City

How to Raise Pet Chickens in the City

Raising chickens in the city, or urban chickens, has never been easier! With increasing technology, smaller, easy to handle chicken coops and pens are now available, making it possible to raise chickens, even if you do not have a grass yard!......[Read More]
Happy Hut Instructions

Happy Hut Instructions

The Happy Hut is designed for use by birds in cages. Essentially, Happy Hut provides birds a place of refuge when they are tired or anxious. This helps reduce the bird's stress level. Although the device is easy to install and use, it is important that the Happy Hut is hung level. A crooked Happy Hu......[Read More]
Tips on Caring for Love Birds

Tips on Caring for Love Birds

Lively aviary pets with plenty of personality, lovebirds are members of the parrot family and come in several different varieties. They usually don't mimic human speech, but they can be quite loud with their own brand of chattering. While they do require some basic care, they make good pets for firs......[Read More]
How to Raise Squabs

How to Raise Squabs

Squabs and pigeons are members of the same avian family. Squabs weigh about 1 lb., are low in calories, high in protein, and best eaten at 4 weeks of age. They have a delicate taste and are something between white and dark chicken meat in appearance. They are considered a delicacy, and more landowne......[Read More]
The Wild Bird Act

The Wild Bird Act

The Wild Bird Conservation Act, enacted in 1992, establishes guidelines for breeding and selling exotic birds as pets. Birds native to the United States as well as the District of Columbia are not protected under the act.......[Read More]
How to Make a Bird Feeder

How to Make a Bird Feeder

Feeding birds benefits the birds and those who feed them. Birds, especially in the winter, appreciate the supplemental nourishment that a full feeder provides. For the feeder, bird watching provides an opportunity to observe nature, up close and personal. Making your own bird feeder requires minimal......[Read More]
Think About Parrot Breeds Happy Oblige Commitment and Preparation

Think About Parrot Breeds Happy Oblige Commitment and Preparation

Procuring a parrot as a pet is not as uncomplicated as going to the pet store and making your pick. Many parrot breeds keeping entails much more than making a choice, it requires a linking so that the parrot can get used to you. This naturally takes place at a refuge and you buy your parrot after se......[Read More]
Luzon Bleeding-Heart

Luzon Bleeding-Heart

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Feeding Ducks Bread

Feeding Ducks Bread

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List of Macaw Foods

List of Macaw Foods

Macaw parrots come from Central and South America, where they live in the tree tops of tropical forests. Kept often as pets, there are 17 species of macaw, such as the Hyacinth and Noble Macaw. These birds have over-sized heads and beaks, long wings and tails and slender bodies. Macaws eat a wide va......[Read More]
Congo African Grey Facts

Congo African Grey Facts

Congo African grey parrots, or African greys or grey parrots, make good pets because they are some of the best talkers in the parrot kingdom. With the right amount of attention, they can learn words and even identify shapes and they can learn to communicate with their owners, according to the websit......[Read More]