Do you censor what your birds watch and listen to? In her latest article, Sherri asks herself and fellow companion bird owners to ponder what their birbs are watching on TV or listening to on the radio. Do birds respond to more then sights and sounds? Do they react to actual content? Sherri asks if … Continue reading Bird Censoring?
by Mariah Hughes Budgerigars - or, affectionately, budgies - may be the most popular pet bird species in the world: most major pet stores sell them for the cost of a quick lunch and aviculturists breed them with ease. Their minute stature makes keeping a small flock cheap and relatively easy. Though they are tiny, … Continue reading Budgies: Popularity With a Problem
by Mary Caton There are times when a parrot owner realizes that they can no longer take care of a beloved pet. Before looking for a new home, you need to ask yourself why you want to re-home your bird. Maybe it's a behavioral issue that you need help with. As parrots are incredibly intelligent … Continue reading What to do when you can’t take care of your bird