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Vital Bird Equipment

Vital Bird Equipment

Let us take a look at the important equipment you’ll need to care for your feathered friend. From cages and perches to toys and bowls. It is important to know that pet birds require a large amount of equipment. The good thing is, most of it is easy to obtain. The major thing to keep in mind is safety. Choosing equipment for your bird can be seen as buying for a small child, and some questions need to be asked:...
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Food And Nutrition For Birds

Food And Nutrition For Birds

Your pet needs a balanced diet and lots of clean water to stay healthy Feeding your pet rightly for optimum health has never been easy than it is now. Once upon a time, buying a seed mix, and possibly supplement the seeds with some fresh greens and a piece of fruit was the standard way of feeding bird pets. Though the pet birds see seed mixes as tasty, the mixes are fattening and lack many essential nutrients for good health....
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How To Choose Your Bird

How To Choose Your Bird

We see birds in various shapes, sizes and colors. We bring you the questions that will help you make the right choice in getting a bird for your family and lifestyle. After prolong discussions and so much thought, you and your family have reached an agreement that the right pet for your household is a bird. But you still don’t know the kind of bird to choose. There are so many varieties: pigeons, finches, and even parrots. You’ll want to...
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Step by step – an image shows how to perfectly draw a bird?

Step by step – an image shows how to perfectly draw a bird?

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GROOMING AND CLEANING YOUR BIRD

GROOMING AND CLEANING YOUR BIRD

There’s no doubt about how birds can get messy. If they are provided with the right tools, they can keep themselves well-groomed. However, you’ll have to clean their cage.   They spend a fraction of their waking time on grooming themselves. Flocking birds have the habit of grooming each other as well. Self-grooming is a good thing as long as they don’t pull out each other’s feathers because this can lead to a condition known as the “French moult.” Feathers,...
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