Category Birds

Baby Wild Birds – To Help Or Not to Help

Baby Wild Birds - To Help Or Not to Help

Baby Wild Birds – To Help Or Not to Help

Baby Wild Birds – To Help Or Not to Help

Baby Wild Birds – To Help Or Not to Help. Spring is here and early summer is on the way. With early summer comes baby birds leaving the nest. Many people see a baby bird on the ground and immediately think they should do something to help it. However, before you try to help any baby wild bird you should be certain that the bird really needs your help. There are several things to consider before you attempt to provide assistance.

A key point to remember is that some birds actually nest on the ground, especially precocial birds. These are birds that are covered with down feathers and can move about with the parents almost as soon as they are hatched...

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Exotic Birds – Do They Really Make Good Pets?

Exotic Birds - Do They Really Make Good Pets?

Exotic Birds – Do They Really Make Good Pets?

Exotic Birds – Do They Really Make Good Pets?

Exotic Birds – Do They Really Make Good Pets? Adults and children alike cannot help but be drawn to loud, repetitive screaming calls and phrases that magically pierce what is otherwise a quiet and tranquil day. The culprit of such a magnitude of screaming, squawking and mimicking of all variety of sounds, is usually a pet parrot that wants your attention!

Parrots have fascinated us throughout the years due to their high intelligence, gorgeous colors and adoring personalities that simply won’t be ignored. Generations of parrot lovers insist that there is no better pet than a parrot...

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Process – Keeping Birds of Prey in France

Process - Keeping Birds of Prey in France

Process – Keeping Birds of Prey in France

Process – Keeping Birds of Prey in France

Process – Keeping Birds of Prey in France. France is broken up in to ninety-six different departments (departments), excluding their overseas territories. Each department may have their own variations on the rules for keeping birds of prey. It is important that you decide which department you want to keep them in before doing too much research.

In general, if you have less than six birds of prey with all the relevant paperwork and your birds are closed ringed or chipped, there are two processes you need to go through.

To have the right to keep your birds in France you will need to contact (with all your information) the DDA (Department Direction Agriculture) in the relevant Department (region)...

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Chickens and Poultry – Weekly Care For You Birds

Chickens and Poultry - Weekly Care For You Birds

Chickens and Poultry – Weekly Care For You Birds

Chickens and Poultry – Weekly Care For You Birds

Looking After Your Chickens

Chickens and Poultry – Weekly Care For You Birds. One basic step you need to follow in order to insure that your chickens are happy and healthy is to check their food containers. It is important that both their feeder and drinking containers are fresh and full. Extreme weather conditions can take their toll on your chickens too. If it’s too cold out, make sure that their water supply is not frozen, if it’s too hot; make sure it’s cool enough for them to drink.

Protect your chickens by rubbing some Vaseline on the combs to protect against frostbite. Chickens need a bit of exercise just like the rest of us. Let them out of their henhouse in the morning...

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Bird Allergies-5 Ways To Reduce Allergic Reactions To Birds

Bird Allergies-5 Ways To Reduce Allergic Reactions To Birds

Bird Allergies-5 Ways To Reduce Allergic Reactions To Birds

Bird Allergies-5 Ways To Reduce Allergic Reactions To Birds

Bird Allergies-5 Ways To Reduce Allergic Reactions To Birds. Sharing your home with a bird can be the source of daily pleasures for both you and your feathered friend. But if your allergies go into overdrive when you’re around your avian friend, it can be an indication that you are allergic. Here are 5 easy-to-do things that will help you enjoy your bird more while effectively managing your allergies.

Choose Right—Different birds produce different amounts of dander and dust. If you have chosen a bird who is now a member of your family, you surely know a lot more about birds now than you did when you first made your decision.

If you decide to add to the family with anoth...

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Healthy Pet Bird Care–5 Ways To Help Pet Birds Live Longer

Healthy Pet Bird Care--5 Ways To Help Pet Birds Live Longer

Healthy Pet Bird Care–5 Ways To Help Pet Birds Live Longer

Healthy Pet Bird Care–5 Ways To Help Pet Birds Live Longer

Healthy Pet Bird Care–5 Ways To Help Pet Birds Live Longer. Birds’ life spans in captivity are directly related to the care they receive. And even though there are no guarantees, the following five suggestions will improve their chances of a long and happy life.

Seek Regular Professional Care—nstinct causes birds to hide their symptoms of illness. This is because in the wild any sign of weakness is an open invitation for the strong to attack. That is why having avian veterinarian is a must. Taking your bird for regularly check ups can prevent small problems from become large ones...

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Ultrasonic Bird Repeller really Works To Control Birds

Ultrasonic Bird Repeller really Works To Control Birds

Ultrasonic Bird Repeller really Works To Control Birds

Ultrasonic Bird Repeller really Works To Control Birds

Ultrasonic Bird Repeller”?”really Works To Control Birds. Ultrasonic bird repeller is the best way to keep birds away without harming them. There are a number of products available in the market for bird control, but Ultrasonic bird repeller is the one of the best way to keep birds way. The Ultrasonic Bird Repeller can be programmed for a variety of conditions. It can be set for day, night or 24 hour operation. It can play the sounds very frequently or just a couple of times an hour and anything in between, depending on what your circumstances require. It can also run on a totally random program, which cannot be predicted by the birds...

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Getting the Most Out of Your Bird Feeding Station

Getting the Most Out of Your Bird Feeding Station

Getting the Most Out of Your Bird Feeding Station

Getting the Most Out of Your Bird Feeding Station

Attracting Wild Birds – Getting the Most Out of Your Backyard Bird Feeding Station. Getting the Most Out of Your Bird Feeding Station. I am often asked “How can I set up my bird feeders to attract the largest numbers of birds to my backyard?”  To answer this question one must keep in mind that there are three types of birds when it comes to the foods they eat.  These include the seed eaters, insect eaters and fruit and nectar eaters.  Within these groups there is a lot of overlap.  For instance, Chipping Sparrows come to seed feeders in the winter but eat insects all summer.  Meadowlarks eat insects all summer and eat seeds in the winter...

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Bird Control

Bird Control

Bird Control

Bird Control

Bird Control. Birds can be a big problem for farmers because they can spoil their vegetables, fruits and cereal areas. There are so many remedies used for bird problems.Bird netting is one of them. In Bird netting, we use a kind of net that prevent birds from reaching areas. By using net, the birds cannot spoil the vegetables areas, fruit areas and cereal areas. By using bird netting you can prevent your crops from being eaten and it cant be damaged by birds. It even stands up to larger animals like dogs and deer.
Bird netting is a kind of pest control. It is an easy and effective way to prevent your crops from birds. It discourages birds from reaching your fruits and vegetables. It permanently stops birds from reaching your crops. Usa bird control uses a heavy ...

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Bird Feed

Bird Feed

Bird Feed

Bird Feed

Bird Feed. To ensure good health of your birds you are required to provide them good bird feed. Some birds are seed eating while some feed on live food. In wild the diet of a bird mainly consists of seeds, fruits, nectar and insects. Being an aviary owner you are recommended to know the food habits of each of your bird species to ensure a healthy diet. The following are the essential nutrients that are generally required by the birds.

Nutrients of Bird Feed

Vitamin A – Vitamin A should be an essential constituent of the diet for young birds. Vitamin A is responsible for promoting good health of skin and the feathers. The quality of the plumage of the bird highly depends upon the health of the skin.

Vitamin B – The vitamin B is responsible for the smooth running of the...

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