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Feed birds stale cat food
Moses Wright
Birds
Feed birds stale cat food instead of throwing the stealth cat food away. Stale cat food can be placed outside on a flat surface or in a bowl. It has become a common practice to put stale cat food and other food scraps into the mesh bags that onions are sold in and tying the bags outside for birds. This can be dangerous for birds, because their feet or legs can become trapped in the mesh.
Know what can be a perfect gift for a bird watcher
Roshan Prasad
Birds
Which hobby allows you to meet people and simultaneously study birds and their species? Only ornithology! If there is any one you know who is also into this, present them with a birthday gift which can be used when they are spending time carrying out their hobby. What types of gifts do these people like? To understand this, study the kind of things they use when they go to watch the birds.
Binoculars for bird watching
Roshan Prasad
Birds
Next to gardening, bird watching is the most accepted of hobbies, and since these avian creatures come in a myriad of colors and sizes, it is almost impossible not to enjoy watching them. All it takes is just a bird encyclopedia and a pair of binoculars for bird watching.
Basic tips on how to train your Parrot
Roshan Prasad
Birds
Parrots are wild animal. It takes a lot of time and patience to make the bird feel like you are their friend, but once you do it will be much easier to tame. Once you bring the parrot home, make sure that it stays inside the cage for at least 24 hours and kept around people who love birds. If you see that the bird is skittish, give it some more time.
Garden bird feeders - How to choose the right one
Giles Vineu
Birds
So what is the key to choosing the right garden bird feeder? What do you need to do first, and is your choice truly that important? I guess in the beginning, it's not as important as it might be later on. It's perfectly OK to choose a basic garden bird feeder as your first one, even one with a low price tag. To start with, you won't need anything too fancy, at least until you work out what you really want from your bird feeder.
Choices for names for your pet birds
Mikael Rieck
Birds
The sky is the limit when finding creative names for your pet bird. The name you choose to give your pet bird could range from something silly to something serious and everything you could imagine. Some bird owners opt for sticking with traditional bird names, while others choose names off the wall. If you are unsure what to name your pet bird, there are some ideas that might help you decide.
Keep your Parrots safe this holiday season
Taylor Knight
Birds
It's that time of year again and Christmas will be here before you know it. How time flies! Here is your friendly reminder to help keep your parrots safe as we enter another holiday season. Don't forget to share this with your friends! A little planning, some supervision, and a few things to watch out for can go a long way toward both you and your bird having a happy holiday. If I have forgotten anything, please let me know and I will build on this article for next year!
What To Do If The Bird Stays Bristled Up
Geomil Georgiev
Birds
Your budgies has been bristled up for several days, shivers, its beaks grows and curves.....  The reason for your budgie's problem is the lack of vitamins and minerals.  As a beginning take it to the vet to cut the growths and to file away the curved beak. Don't try to do this yourself - it should be executed by a specialist.
6 Things That We Have To Consider Before Buying A Bird
Geomil Georgiev
Birds
What to start with?  First we have to consider the following :  What can I afford?  The price of on parrot varies in large bounds in dependence with the species. You can buy for example a budgie for less than $10. The price of the cockatiel varies between 25 and 35 $. An Amazonian parrot and grey parrot can be purchased for about $300 – $400, cockatoo for $1,000 ...... and the price of some parrots reaches $15,000! This is one of the initial questions which you have to answer.
What do birds like to eat
Geomil Georgiev
Birds
What do birds like to eat? Here we come to my favorite topic: I am a great glutton so that is why I try to please my birds!  My main parrot food is millet. It is sold in every ”bird feed” shop. You should make sure there is always enough millet in the bird cage. And don't worry, birds know how much to eat. They also enjoy oats very much but only unpeeled, absolutely natural oats which are very difficult to find. They are usually only seen as an addition in combined foods as a compromise variant oat kernels can be given.