A Different Way to Serve Your Parrot Calcium (Eggs)

Photo by Dave Womach Location: Fayetteville, NC Shown: Egg drop soup I was making my hubby some egg drop soup today (his favorite) when it dawned on me that the way you make the egg into the soup is a great and different way of making eggs for your birds If you've never had or made egg drop soup before, here's how I make it... I bring the s...
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Hotcakes for Parrots... Delicious!

Oh man do I love to spoil my birds rotten sometimes. After doing a bunch of PR one morning, the lady who took me to my appointments took me out to breakfast at Bob Evans. Boy was it yummy! I ordered blueberry hotcakes, and found them so perfect that I decided to get some for my birds as well. Funny thing is, they have never been served hot cak...
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Quickie Birdie Meals

Photo by Amanda Stevens Location: Waynesboro, VA Shown: Congo African Grey Parrot "Cressi"  Here are some tips on how to make Quickie Birdie meals for your birds. And as a preface, I don't recommend doing these meals as every day things, but if you're in a hurry, they'll work! And yes I know, because I've used them before!  5-10 minute prepa...
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Getting a Hyacinth to Eat Healthier

Photo by Dave Location: Orlando, FL Eating pasta: Hyacinth "Hymie" I had company for 10 days this month and it was sort of... crazy. Fitting in time for Hymie was harder in those ten days but I did have some great progress. I got him to eat three new foods! They are: Plain penne pasta Oatmeal Creamed corn I was eating oatmeal one mo...
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Stop Dicing and Slicing Your Bird’s Foods!

Photo by Sally Location: Lacey, WA Eating a whole broccoli: Senegal Parrot "George"  I use to spend hours upon hours dicing and slicing up fruits, veggies and more into small pieces so my birds could eat it. Then one day while we were on the road in Oregon, my mom bought a seedless watermelon for my toucan to eat. We were staying at a hotel a...
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The Diet Your Parrot Should be On

I used to think the proper diet for a parrot was mainly organic pellets such as Harrison’s or Feed Your Flock with supplements of fruits, vegetables and properly cooked meats (chicken, fish, beef). Was I ever wrong! I started taking notice to birds healthier than mine and sought to find out what they were eating. My rose breasted cockatoo (know...
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