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  • Is your pet lovebird losing feathers? Do you find your pet being aggressive or grumpy? Does he/she bite you? Chances are that your pet is undergoing a molt. Read this article to know how you can help.

    Lovebird Molting: Symptoms and Care

    Lovebird Molting: Symptoms and Care

    by Sakina Nasir12

  • Do birds make good pets? If you want a pet that will not make you overhaul your lifestyle, birds are a good choice. Read on to discover 8 top reasons why birds make good pets.

    Do Birds Make Good Pets?

    Do Birds Make Good Pets?

    by Leonard Tillerman4

  • This article is about hand-raising a baby lovebird. Based on my personal experience I have shared tips and suggestions. Hand-raised birds are the most loving and loyal pets one could ever find.

    Hand-Raising a Baby Lovebird: A Personal Experience

    Hand-Raising a Baby Lovebird: A Personal Experience

    by Sakina Nasir83

  • If you are having trouble picking an appropriate name for your lovebird or have simply run out of ideas, do not get anxious. This article shows you how to get creative with name selection and offers a diverse list of potential names for your beloved winged companions.

    100 Best Names for Lovebirds

    100 Best Names for Lovebirds

    by Ansel Pereira0

  • Is your parrot picking its feathers? Learn from my experience with my feather-plucking parrot. Let's discuss what causes the behaviour and how you can try to help reverse it.

    Why Is My Ring-Necked Parrot Feather-Plucking?

    Why Is My Ring-Necked Parrot Feather-Plucking?

    by Miranda Bain7

  • If someone had told us we'd share our lives with a bird we could converse with, we would have thought this impossible—until a boisterous bird named Bailey came into our lives and stole our hearts.

    Boisterous Bailey: An Incredible African Grey Parrot

    Boisterous Bailey: An Incredible African Grey Parrot

    by Athlyn Green1

  • Has your lovebird laid an egg? Do you have no idea what to do? This article discusses the signs of hatching, newborn baby lovebird care, and the proper ways to handle the parents.

    Caring for Newborn Lovebirds

    Caring for Newborn Lovebirds

    by Sakina Nasir88

  • A peacock can be kept as a pet, but don't expect it to fetch your slippers. This beautiful bird is often chosen because of its ornamental feathers but comes with special requirements that may not be for everyone. However, when properly kept, a peacock is an unmatched delight.

    Everything You Need to Know About Pet Peacocks

    Everything You Need to Know About Pet Peacocks

    by Jana Louise Smit7

  • This article provides a brief comparison of two species of commonly kept parrots: Amazons and African Greys. If you're considering one of these birds as a pet, learn more about their behavior and characteristics.

    Amazons vs. African Grey Parrots as Pets

    Amazons vs. African Grey Parrots as Pets

    by Holly Starenchak5

  • If you want to add a beautiful decorative statement to your windows while attracting hummingbirds, this easy-to-make feeder wreath will help the little guys find their way to you. I made mine in less than a half hour with an investment of under $20, and I have more hummingbirds than ever before!

    How to Make a Hummingbird Feeder Wreath

    How to Make a Hummingbird Feeder Wreath

    by Connie Smith22

  • Lovebirds need to be clean to stay healthy. At times, they are scared of bathing. Looking for easy ways to bathe your lovebird? This article discusses ways to bathe your pets.

    Bathing Tips for Lovebirds

    Bathing Tips for Lovebirds

    by Sakina Nasir15

  • While not as common as cats and dogs, birds are popular pets. However, some people believe keeping caged birds is cruel, even if the birds are well-cared-for and are allowed plenty of time outside of the cage. Here's a bird owner's point of view on the topic.

    The Ethics of Keeping Pet Birds: Is It Cruel to Keep a Bird in a Cage?

    The Ethics of Keeping Pet Birds: Is It Cruel to Keep a Bird in a Cage?

    by Jennifer Bridges12

  • Baby cockatiels grow from an inch-long hatchling to adult size in just six weeks. It takes 8–10 days for their eyes to open, but even closed eyes offer a clue as to the baby's future color.

    Caring for Cockatiel Babies

    Caring for Cockatiel Babies

    by Donna Sundblad122

  • Many pet birds are extremely long-lived, and not all owners can commit to a pet for that many years. This is a list of pet birds with shorter life spans, along with basic information about them.

    8 Pet Birds With Short Life Spans (Under 20 Years)

    8 Pet Birds With Short Life Spans (Under 20 Years)

    by Melissa A Smith7

  • Are you thinking about buying a scarlet macaw? There are many things to consider before making that purchase, including housing, feeding, potential problems with other animals and neighbors. Here's advice from someone who has bred and raised many large parrots including the scarlet macaw.

    A Guide to Owning a Scarlet Macaw

    A Guide to Owning a Scarlet Macaw

    by Mary Wickison20

  • White Java doves are wonderful pets. Learn how to set up their cage and keep it clean, and read some fascinating facts about doves.

    Do White Java Doves Make Good Pets?

    Do White Java Doves Make Good Pets?

    by Ralph Schwartz8

  • Caring for a new pet can be quite daunting. This article will provide you with all the advice you need to care for a pet budgie.

    How to Care for Your Pet Budgie

    How to Care for Your Pet Budgie

    by Andrea Jackson8

  • This set-up method is fast, easy, and foolproof for any bird. Make your birds feel at home with a quick and easy tutorial on how to set up a birdcage for parakeets, cockatiels, or other small birds.

    How to Set Up a Birdcage for a Parakeet or Cockatiel

    How to Set Up a Birdcage for a Parakeet or Cockatiel

    by Laura Writes7

  • Green-Cheeked Conure dos and don'ts. These loving little clowns will brighten your lives if you let them, but they need to be a viable part of your family to be happy.

    How to Care for a Green-Cheeked Conure Parrot

    How to Care for a Green-Cheeked Conure Parrot

    by tigerbaby77780

  • People love their pets. Dogs and cats are the most popular pets, but parrots may be a close third choice. Parrots usually bond with one member of the family, but still accept others that flock around.

    African Grey Parrots as Pets

    African Grey Parrots as Pets

    by Lela21

  • Like other avians, lovebirds are prone to disease. This article discusses some ways in which you can help your sick pet. It also talks about my experience handling respiratory problems in my female lovebird, Lulu.

    Caring for Sick Lovebirds

    Caring for Sick Lovebirds

    by Sakina Nasir6

  • Not pleased with your pet pigeons? Well, you might not be raising them properly. See how to raise pigeons to enjoy their full benefits. Learn the best practices for keeping attractive birds at home.

    How to Raise Pigeons for Meat or as a Pet

    How to Raise Pigeons for Meat or as a Pet

    by Januaris Saint Fores4

  • A brief summary of 3 types of domestic birds that are perfect for new bird owners, as well as some tips on what to expect if you do decide to purchase one.

    Ideal Beginner Pets for a Bird Lover

    Ideal Beginner Pets for a Bird Lover

    by Michael Arnott3

  • Colourful birds have always attracted humans. Their shapes and colours of feathers, beaks, and other parts fascinate us. We take pleasure in keeping some of them as pets or write poetry about them.

    The 10 Most Colourful Birds in the World

    The 10 Most Colourful Birds in the World

    by srsddn14

  • So, you either found a baby duck or multiple baby ducks, or you bought one at a feed store, and you need help. In this article, I will show how to raise these baby ducklings.

    How to Raise Baby Ducklings

    How to Raise Baby Ducklings

    by LolaSmith777315

  • I've learned that parrots, like children, have an uncanny habit of saying things at the most inopportune moments. Vying for attention, they rise superbly and instinctively to occasions when attention is focused elsewhere, outdoing themselves with verbal acuity.

    Birdies in the Background: Life With Three Playful Parrots

    Birdies in the Background: Life With Three Playful Parrots

    by Athlyn Green0

  • A budgie's lifespan is influenced by the quality of its environment. This delightful little bird doesn't need a palace or fancy food every night. However, when it lacks a few simple requirements, a budgie's years are drastically shortened.

    How to Make a Budgie Live Longer

    How to Make a Budgie Live Longer

    by Jana Louise Smit1

  • The albino budgie is a beautiful creature. The needs of this pet are not much different from normal coloured budgies, but there are some interesting traits of this type that you should know about. An albino budgie can make a perfect pet for those who love this parakeet.

    Your Guide to Your First Pet Albino Budgie

    Your Guide to Your First Pet Albino Budgie

    by Jana Louise Smit2

  • These pretty birds are as personable as puppies, as noisy as kindergarteners, as quirky as asylum inhabitants, and as lovable as can be. Explore the fun and funny ways of cockatiels as pets here!

    Everything You Want to Know About Cockatiels as Pets!

    Everything You Want to Know About Cockatiels as Pets!

    by Ann Leavitt110

  • Given the fact that lovebirds choose mates and bond with them for life, bonding and "falling in love" isn't always that typical. The following article depicts the unconventional tale of my two pets.

    Lovebird Courtship and Mating: What We Learned

    Lovebird Courtship and Mating: What We Learned

    by Sakina Nasir69

  • A list of basic tricks to start training your macaw along with step-by-step instructions on specific tricks and behaviors. Pictures and videos included.

    How to Train Your Macaw

    How to Train Your Macaw

    by Michael8

  • Birds need more than store-bought seeds and pellets, but which fruits and vegetables are safe for your bird, and how do you get him to eat them? Getting a bird to eat his fruits and vegetables can be difficult, but it's not impossible. Here's how.

    Should You Add Fruits and Vegetables to Your Pet Bird's Diet?

    Should You Add Fruits and Vegetables to Your Pet Bird's Diet?

    by Jennifer Bridges9

  • Budgies are great pets. They are smart and funny, and they can become pretty attached to a human being. Some even learn to talk! But there is more to keeping a budgie than you would think at first glance. Is a budgie right for you? Read on to find out.

    Should You Get a Budgie?

    Should You Get a Budgie?

    by Elysianphoenix10

  • Bird owners have mixed feelings about wing clipping. Is it mean to clip your bird's wings? After all, they are born to fly. Let's take a closer look at how to clip wings and the reasons it is recommended.

    Wing Clipping Guide for Bird Owners

    Wing Clipping Guide for Bird Owners

    by Donna Sundblad14

  • At times, lovebirds trouble you by not going inside their cage. The following article discusses quick ways to put them inside. It also talks about the reasons why they want to stay outside.

    How to Put Lovebirds Back in Their Cage

    How to Put Lovebirds Back in Their Cage

    by Sakina Nasir16

  • Quaker parrots are great pets and, with proper care, can live for many years. This article will give you advice on buying, bringing home, and caring for your bird.

    How to Care for Your Quaker Parrots

    How to Care for Your Quaker Parrots

    by Susan Sears4

  • Learn the basics of feeding your budgies: how much food to give them, what to feed them and what not to feed them.

    What Do Budgies Eat?

    What Do Budgies Eat?

    by Elysianphoenix32

  • Cockatiels, like most crested birds, show a lot of emotion using their crests. Contrary to popular belief, they can tell you more than just anger or comfort/happiness.

    How to Understand a Cockatiel by His Crest

    How to Understand a Cockatiel by His Crest

    by Taylor Peca10

  • It's very important to keep your parakeet's claws at an appropriate length. Some may prefer to take their bird to a professional, but I've found that it's much quicker and cheaper to do it at home. Here's how.

    How to Clip and Trim a Parakeet's Nails

    How to Clip and Trim a Parakeet's Nails

    by Kristen Haynie19

  • Parakeets make wonderful pets. A large part of their charm is their ability to speak, but sometimes the skill can be difficult to teach. Budgies are much like humans in that their personalities and skills will vary, but most can learn to say a few simple phrases. Here are some anecdotal tips for helping your bird learn to talk.

    How to Teach a Parakeet to Talk

    How to Teach a Parakeet to Talk

    by Karla Domanski44

  • A detailed comparison of the macaw and African grey by a parrot expert and owner of both. This article includes pictures and suggestions in order for you to make the best choice possible.

    Should I Buy a Macaw or an African Grey?

    Should I Buy a Macaw or an African Grey?

    by Michael17

  • I'm fairly unlucky—I have a parakeet that squawks nonstop for no identifiable reason. Here's how I deal with it. If you have suggestions and tips or are an experienced parakeet owner, please share your advice!

    What to Do When Your Parakeet Won't Stop Squawking

    What to Do When Your Parakeet Won't Stop Squawking

    by Kristen Haynie64

  • Lovebirds are really a small parrot. They are friendly, have great personalities and love being in close contact with people. Read this article to see if a lovebird is the pet for you.

    Are Lovebirds Good as Pets: The Pros and the Cons

    Are Lovebirds Good as Pets: The Pros and the Cons

    by Carla J Swick32

  • Budgies need more than a cage, perches and a bowl of seeds. But what more should you provide them with? Find out in this article.

    Getting A Budgie: Things You Need

    Getting A Budgie: Things You Need

    by Elysianphoenix4

  • Compassionate pet care includes staying informed about potential threats to your pet's health and safety. Common diseases known to affect canaries are discussed here. Read on to learn signs of poor health to look out for in your avian companion.

    Signs and Symptoms of Disease in Canaries

    Signs and Symptoms of Disease in Canaries

    by Gentle Fist21

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