Hello BirbObserver followers! We wanted to update you on a few changes occurring at BirbObserver. With warm thoughts and much thanks for getting this ezine off the ground, we are saying farewell to our Editor, Kat Clarke. Thanks Kat for getting us going and being at the forefront of BirbObserver's successful entry into the online … Continue reading Changes at BirbObserver
Everyone loves the romantic glow of a flickering candle. Unfortunately, most candles can be very hazardous to the well-being of your birds. Read Tiellover's full article here to learn more about candles and ways you can reduce their potential harmful affects on your birds.
Just a short note to let you know that as we continue to switch over to our new website - BirbObserver.com - we'll be taking a short hiatus from publishing The Round Up. Rest assured that this marquis section of BirbObserver will be back in the coming few weeks! In the meantime we encourage you to … Continue reading Note to Readers
by Sherri Moorer Something strange happened to me in early March: somebody got a bad attitude with me, and I blew up. It was a small thing, but I had a huge reaction that was out of proportion to the offence. I have to admit that I surprised myself. Then I took a look at … Continue reading A Surprising Manifestation of Grief
We're excited to announce our new web address - BirbObserver.com! While we work behind the scenes to transfer all of our info over, please check us out and bookmark the new address!
Thanks to everyone for responding so positively to The Round Up - we couldn't assemble such awesome photos, videos and stories every two weeks without you, our contributors and readers!! With such overwhelming support for BirbObserver and The Round Up, we acknowledge that the page takes a while to download because of the over abundance … Continue reading The Round Up Archives is Here!
by Katherine Clarke The last issue of Bird's Eye View illustrated how birds are the "canaries in the coal mine" of climate change. In her current editorial, Katherine asks us all to face the fact that climate change - global warming - is massive and complex. Cutting edge science is not easy to understand and to … Continue reading Bird’s Eye View: Climate Change – #UndoYourPart
by Mariah Hughes As winter's chill melts away, giving way to long-missed sunny days, bird owners often feel eager to let their feathered family members enjoy the warmth and fresh air of spring. As tempting as it may be to place your bird's cage outside as you go about your day, outside time can be … Continue reading The Do’s and Don’ts of Enjoying Time Outside