Healthy Toppings For Your Parrot's Food

Photo by Jamieleigh Location: Coney Island, NY Shown: Scrambled eggs with coconut & flax seed  If you enjoy making food for your bird, there are some healthy toppings you can add to your bird's meals to make them more tasty and even more healthy as well.  At a lot of grocery stores you can buy bags of plain coconut, flax seed and unsalte...
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Parrot Weights

Photo by Jamieleigh Location: Orlando, FL Weighing in: Goffins Cockatoo "Theo" There are different weights you can get on your parrot that are all important. Some owners only go for one weight, which is normally an "empty" weight right before the bird is fed.  I like to know all the weights I can. Here are the weights we chart: Full weigh...
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Summer Time Heat

Photo by Glen Location: Moab, UT Drinking: Military Macaw "Cash" I forgot about how much adjustment most parrots need when moving to a warm weather place like Florida. My birds came from Saipan, which is pretty much like Florida but maybe more humid? Not sure. It's pretty close... I make sure that my parrots have plenty of water in the summe...
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Moab Trees

Photo by Glen Location: Moab, UT In the tree: Blue and gold macaw "Merlin" I've gotten a few questions about why I have quite the collection of "birds in trees" photos and a few people started to catch on that they are all Moab trees! The reason is, your freeflight bird is bound to try a tree out whether it's on accident, out of breath and d...
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Birds Need Real Sunlight

Photo by Dave Location: Palm Springs, CA Birds: Blue throat "Jinx" and Galah "Bandit"  It's so important for our pet parrots to receive real, raw, natural sunlight... and I don't mean just through a window. If you think about what they get in the wild, you will realize how LITTLE they get in your home. It's a necessary vitamin they really NEE...
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Where to Kiss Your Bird

Photo by Jamieleigh Location: Ormond Beach, FL Kissed: Galah "Bandit" I think I have touched on this topic before, but it's always good to reiterate and when you have a picture like this one, I couldn't resist! Hehe... Always make sure you kiss your parrot's beak and never it's tongue or inside either your mouth or the bird's. The inside of ...
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