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How to make a hospital cage for your bird

How To Make A Bird Hospital Cage

by Phil Samuelson & Diane Burroughs A sick or injured bird needs reassurance and love but also quiet, warmth, restricted movement and very easy access to food and water. In other words, a hospital cage requiring it to comfortably rest. Pet birds face many household dangers, and sickness and injury are fairly common. Whether a […]

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parrot conservation

Parrot Conservation and the Red-browed Amazon Parrot

By Diane Burroughs Description: Commonly named the Red-browed, Red-topped or Red-crowned Amazon parrot, Amazona rhodocorytha is among the largest of Amazon parrots, adults reaching 35-40 cm in length and 450-650 g in weight. The obvious feature of the species is the red forehead and crown, which fades toward the nape to a reddish-purple tinged with […]

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Sunggle Up Bird Warmer

How To Keep Your Bird Warm This Winter

Our pet birds are from sub-tropical climates, generally close to the equator where they have adapted to very temperate climates.  The farther away from the equator they get, the more prone they are to suffering the effects of winter. Sure, some parrots have adapted, like Brooklyn’s flock of wild Quaker Parrots, but our captive parrots […]

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Peachy after a bird bath

What I’ve Learned About Bird Baths From A Dusty Cockatoo

By Diane Burroughs This third insight as to why Peachy is an exceptional male Moluccan Cockatoo pet continues on the theme that the foundation of a happy and “fun to be around” pet bird trusts you will provide comfort, enrichment and safety. Pet bird bath time helps a lot. Peachy is fed an organic avian vet […]

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Bird Care Tips: Grim Reality of Self Cleaning Ovens for Parrots

Who want’s a bunch of family coming over, cooking a bird, no less, with a crusty, dirty oven?  Most of us want our kitchen looking good before our holiday guests’ arrive.  But, bird care  means that you have to be cautious about self cleaning ovens.  They can easily kill your pet bird without proper ventilation. […]

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