DIY Bird Toy Ideas – Video
Just as the name implies, this is a series of quick and easy ways to help your The birds stay happy and healthy around-the-clock.
This is a series of short but incisive ideas you can apply today bringing you closer to bird care nirvana.
The number of things necessary to provide foraging in Richmond for your birds can be found in the series of quick and simple ideas.
Don’t sell your birds short and be prepared to experiment until you find the right formula that provides happiness to those feathered creatures you keep in cages within your home.
A Better Bird – Ep 1
Showing Trust Through Flight To Me
Children are loud, messy, and time consuming, but every family has 2.6 of them (Pew research).
I probably spend less time cleaning up after my eight birds in three bird cages than most moms cleaning up after 2 six-year-olds
or a single toddler
To say that all birds are time-consuming is an unsupported blanket statement.
We have a Senegal parrot and an African ringneck.
Neither is very noisy.
Galah parrot aka rose breasted cockatoo.
I have a young Galah who is missing her toes on one foot.
She was three weeks old when she developed constricted toe and has the amputation, so she really has no idea that she’s handicapped.
She’s a little over two years old now. (1st April 2016)
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Yet these three species come in close to a combined 100 flavors.
Major Mitchell cockatoos are not loud, and not necessarily cuddly
Bare eyed cockatoos are all but demure
Noble macaws are only 12 to 14 inches long.
Hyacinth macaws are up to 44 inches long – 4 times the size of a noble macaw.
You can’t compare the two just because the are macaws.
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I’ve watched some of the biting videos but you see I took in a rescue sunconure.
We believe it’s male.
It humps everything right now.
His wings are not clipped mind you and I’m not against doing it if it will help.
My issue is not only is he hand shy but also a biter really bad.
We believe he is 4-5yo.
Where should I start and how?
Question about Male Parakeet.
Every time I put my arm in the cage he attacks it, or he flies at me when I look in the cage.
My female looks depressed like she would rather he move out.
She use to be so happy.
I got her first, then him a couple months after.
She would sing, and play with her toys.
Why do birds need bird toys?
So they can have fun right?
Well that’s one reason.
But the need for a bird toy goes far beyond entertainment.