Sheila J. asks:
Why is my female budgie being so selfish and mean to her partner they have been together 1 yr and all of a sudden she won’t even let him eat.
I have to watch her shes real mean to him.
Allan D writes:
It seems to me that the PrevuePet Cockatiel Nest Box, like all the other nest boxes, has the opening for the bird located too high.
When the bird is inside it has to do a standing jump of about 5 inches to get out, in fact, I can’t quite imagine how the bird manages to get out.
Carolyn L. writes
I have two Quakers, one green one blue Zachary and Felix.
Zach is about 7 and Felix is a sweet 2 yr old.
They are in separate cages because Zachary has gotten very nasty and attacks little Felix.
Zach bites everything and everyone!
Felix loves me and nibbles but not to hurt.
How can I get Zach to stop the biting so I can get them together?
Vicki M. writes:
My male parrotlet is 1 year 6 months old and takes big chunks out of my husband.
He’ll be watching tv and the bird will fly over and take a chunk out of him.
There’s no reason for this.
Nancy W asks
I have a yellow-naped amazon.
He is approximately 7-8 years old.
We got him as a baby.
He talks very little still.
What can I do to make him talk more?
My blue crown conure of at least 25yrs is acting odd.
He seems to be scratching and bobbing as well as if his just very uncomfortable.
I recently ordered some peanuts in the shell and would give him 3-4 each day as a treat.
I started noticing very small moths in my home that lead back to the bag of peanuts that was teaming with larvae.
Do you think my conure is in danger from eating these peanuts?
Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Hello! I have a very hormonal male sun conure around ~10 years old. When he is out of his cage with me, all he wants to do is regurgitate anywhere and everywhere and go in my clothes.
Even in his cage, he regurgitates on things and humps some of his toys. I’m just not sure what kind of setup I can provide for him that will calm him down and let him play and have interests other than mating. 🙁
Do you have tips? Most tips seem to be for female birds, I’ve never had such a hormonal male though!
We fully believe that males suffer from hormonal behavior as much as females do. They just don’t lay eggs.
We would treat him to light therapy just as we would a female bird.
Basically you want them to feel like they are in the summer.
Birds don’t act hormonally in the middle of summer.
That is what the lights do for them.
Install a light fixture as close as possible to the top of the birdcage.