Multiple Birds Sharing the Same Bird Cage

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As indicated by the categories above there a at least 4 ways to house multiple birds or parrots in a single bird cage. Much is determined by the species – we’ll touch on quantity later.

Keep in mind birds are flock animals and tend to better in groups. A group of smaller species birds such as Finches, Budgies, & Cockatiels do well in aviaries . Birds also travel horizontally in flight, not vertically.

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Money Saving Healthy Bird Food Tip

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Healthy money saving hint: Buy a bag of frozen mixed veggies
(we add a bag of corn to ours per Peaches taste)
In the morning place a handful in a ceramic dish, thaw briefly with warm running water (a microwave may make it to hot and partially frozen in the morning means it’ll stay fresher through out the day).
Serve on the bottom of the bird cage as an inexpensive but healthy addition to his or her regular seed and or pellet diet.
Remember, peanuts and sunflowers are what french-fries are to us, delicious but fatty. Thus as we teach children to eat healthy, we must teach our birds.
Birds in the wild are scavengers.
Our Senegal Parrot Peaches eats anything we eat (Chocolate, caffeine and avocados are unhealthy for birds). He doesn’t care if he’s had it before and didn’t like it. If we’re eating it, he chirp-wants-chirp-some-chirp.

Mark Hagen on Avian Nutrition Research

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Optimum nutrition can be achieved with many different diets. However it is not easy and understanding some basic principles of the pro and cons of each food item as it relates to vitamins, minerals, proteins, fat is important when trying to make up a mixture of foods.

Wild animals and birds are shown by their parents the right combination of sometimes very limited types of foods to meet their requirements for flight, growth, reproduction and living! These wild food items have been selected through thousands of years of evolution. In captivity, they are under different conditions and eating different foods and we expect them to select the best combination immediately.

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Mango Pet Focus Disinfectant is Effective Against Many Viruses, Fungis & Bacteria

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Mango Pet Focus Disinfectant is Effective Against:

Virucidal Efficacy:

Avian Polyomavirus-Avian Bronchitis – Herpes Simplex 1 & 2 – Influenza A

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Mango Bird Products

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We are so happy to be able to serve the bird industry! It’s a joy everyday.

We are so thankful for what we have, what we stand for and most of all….who we are.

The key word for us is integrity. This is a guarantee….and without reservation.

In our company meetings, integrity is openly discussed like any of our products would be.

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The Ultimate List Of 43 Macaw Species With A Focus On Large Macaws

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This first list is of “mother nature made” large macaw parrots

  • Blue & Gold Macaw
  • Blue Throat Macaw (endangered)
  • Buffons Macaw aka Great Green Macaw
  • Green Wing Macaw
  • Hyacinth Macaw
  • Lears Macaw
  • Military Macaw
  • Scarlet Macaw
  • Spinx Macaw

An abbreviated science lesson as to how large hybrid macaws are bred by humans:

(videos of all macaw species we could gather are below for your visualization, education, and entertainment)

  • Buffon’s + Green Wing = Buffwing Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Buffons = Bluffons Macaw
  • Green Wing + Military = Calico Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Hyacinth = Caloshua Macaw (no video available)
  • Scarlet + Catalina = Camelot macaw
  • Green Wing + Calico = Cameo Macaw
  • Scarlet + Camelot = Capri Macaw
  • Catalina + Blue and Gold = Catablu Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Scarlet = Catalina Macaw
  • Catalina + Green Wing = Flame Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Harlequin = Harligold Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Green Wing = Harlequin Macaw
  • Harlequin + Green Wing = Jubilee Macaw
  • Harlequin + Catalina = Maui Sunrise Macaw (no video available)
  • Blue Gold + Red Front = Maui Sunset Macaw
  • Hyacinth + Military = Milicinth Macaw
  • Blue Gold + Military =  Miligold Macaw
  • Buffon’s + Green Wing = Miliffons Macaw (no video available)
  • Ruby + Catalina = Rubalina Macaw
  • Green Wing + Scarlet – Ruby Macaw
  • Scarlet + Military = Shamrock Macaw
  • Scarlet + Miligold = Starlight Macaw
  • Harlequin + Scarlet = Tropicana Macaw
  • Scarlet + Buffon’s = Verde Macaw

Not to be confused with this list of smaller or “Mini Macaws”
(a Mini Macaw blog post will be found here)

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Lovebird information – care, supplies & food

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They’re called Lovebirds because of their monogamous pair bonding. Paired Lovebirds will sit beside each other for hours on end. In the wild, Lovebirds live in small flocks. They will typically live from 10 to 15 yearsThere are nine subspecies of Lovebirds:

Peach-faced Lovebird, Masked Lovebird, Fischers Lovebird, Lilian’s Lovebird, Black Cheeked Lovebird, Abyssinian Lovebird, Red-faced Lovebird, Madagasccar Lovebird, Black-collared Lovebird

Because Lovebirds like to bond they can have long and strong relationships with humans. They’re snugglers and may even preen you. They’re not good talkers but can have a loud voice for a little bird. Lovebirds lake to bathe and sun themselves.

Lovebirds like different foods like pellets ,recommended, fruits (sweetcorn, apple, pomegranate, strawberries, etc.), and vegetables (broccoli, carrot, mustard seed, watercress, squash, etc.) and seed (a mix of 14 varieties is recommended, plus wild seeding grasses, sesame seed, etc.).

These colorful small birds are inquisitive, playful, active and smart They range in size from 5 – 6 inches in length and from about 40 to 60 grams in weight.. They love to chew (with precision) and will hang when playing with toys. They can be vocal especially early in the morning

Lovebird’s beaks are keratin, which means their beaks never stop growing. It’s important for them to chew wood & shreddable toys keeping beaks trim. Cuttlebones help provide beak-trimming too.

They like tunnels, lots of perches and enjoy swings. They’re very social birds, so remember, you are their flock and they expect you to engage them on a regular basis.

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