5 Tips On Keeping Your Bird’s Food Fresher In Warm Climates

Camelot macaws

I live in Florida where the temperatures never get particularly cold. It is a rare occasion when we get an overnight freeze and it never lasts for more than a day or two when it occurs. I love the warm weather and I intend to make good on my vow to never shovel snow again.

However, I am not the only one who finds the climate here particularly hospitable; bacteria also thrives in warmth – and moisture, another thing that Florida supplies in abundance. Most bird owners experience warm weather ...


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