Early Budgie Breakfast Club – 4 Budgies – Video
First of all people who state absolute truths about bird care as in yes and no have much to learn.
To answer this question with an emphatic “no”, begs even more queries:
- It’s time to take the bird to the vet, how do I get it from cage to carrier?
- The bird is sick or injured in the cage, now what?
- How do I get the bird to examine it?
- What if I need to weigh the bird?
If you just want to let the bird out by opening the cage door have you examined your home?
How can I tame two adult budgies at once?
I would rather not buy two bird cages.
It’s been recently discovered that the first parrot breeders in North America existed almost 1000 years ago.
Birds on the other hand existed freely around the planet for about 99 million years prior to humans containment of them.
File under “the universe is too complicated to be arbitrary” which begs the question “does a dyslexic agnostic believe in dog?”
From our Birdie Bruch reader Betsy L.
THANK YOU for today’s (9/11/16) birdy brunch! It was perfectly timed….
Yesterday evening, a Quaker parrot landed on my friend’s head while he was out on his deck (near Lawrence and Kedzie – in Chicago).
This has become a helluva slippery slope.
0 to 10 budgies in 25 months.
They are in this big beautiful Prevue F050 aviary.
They’ve created their own micro culture.
Is this a proper budgie cage set up?
First of all you do not indicate the bird’s lifestyle.
Will this be a solitary bird who spends a lot of time in the cage or will the bird be out of the cage a lot and basically used for sleeping?
Hello, I am hoping you can help me.
About three weeks ago I got a baby parakeet, I was told the bird was 10 weeks old.
The bird had black on its beak, and the cere was still purple in color.
I love this video because it clearly illustrates how destructive even small birds can be.