Budgies are great pets. They are smart, funny, can become pretty attached to a human being and 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.
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.
A brief summary of 3 types of domestic birds which are perfect for new bird owners, as well as some tips on what to expect if you do decide to purchase one.
Moustache parakeets are intelligent and playful birds. A hand reared moustache parakeet bought when it's young and given lots of attention can be a great pet.
Designed with the duck caregiver in mind, this series of articles focuses on domestic ducks as individuals who are deserving of healthy, happy lives.
Parakeet's are great starter pets. This article explores some of the things you should consider before you buy one of these wonderful birds.
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.
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.
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.
Lovebirds are a 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.
Dusky conures are affectionate and clever birds. They can make wonderful pets and companions and usually get on well with other birds in the family.
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!
- It's the Easter 'too: Pippa, a 17 year old cockatoo, spotted a bowl of chocolate eggs left on a table at the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary. "She went straight over, climbed on the creme eggs and that was it. She thinks they're her...