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Wherever you buy your hen, you must seem to get a wholesome hen. Cleanliness is crucial. There ought to be no strong odors. Budgies are seed eaters; they produce compact, odorless feces. They also devote a lot of time holding their feathers clear. So it their cages and plumage are filthy, it is possible to wager that they will either occur down with an illness or are nearly to. There ought to not be too numerous birds in just about every cage. The sellers ought to be willing to answer any queries that you have.

Be confident to study the hen carefully. Verify the feathers, beak, eyes, nose, vent, and legs, for any deformities any unhealthy situations...

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Wild Bird Seed

Birds
by SaijaM

Habitat for birds is always decreasing, and with it come some of their natural sources of food. Fortunately, in almost any supermarket you can find Wild Seed birds. But what kind should you buy? Do the Cardinals have the same Wild Seed Bird, nuthatches do? To answer these questions and give you some idea of what to buy, here’s a list of more affordable seeds and more common birds that eat them. Just remember that birds do not read these lists and have learned to adapt. In some areas, some of these birds may have learned to eat or not there are some seeds on this list, but for the most part, they will be. In addition, this list is not exhaustive one for bird species that will eat any seeds.

Sunflower is available in 2 versions: black oil and striped...

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The Bird Diet

Most people divide birds between softbills and seed-eaters, but this does not adequately describe the real variety of dietary habits. Softbill is a confusing term because it is so broad, and there are also various types of seed diet. 

Starting with seeds…these are divided between cereal seeds (a favorite of finches) and oil-based seeds such as sunflower seeds. In addition to this you can get seed mixes for a specific species such as parrot mix. The important thing to note with something like parrot mix is that this alone will not meet all the dietary requirements of your pet bird. Some examples of seeds and mixes are: softbill food, spray millet, budgerigar seed, canary seed, blue maw, parrot pellets, niger seed, parrot food, and foreign finch seed.

Onto the softbills…the di...

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Bird and Pest Control

Bird and Pest Control refers to the control and infestations of pests such as mice, rats, fleas, lice and some species of birds for example pigeons etc. Bird and pest control methods will vary depending on the type of pest or bird, and the magnitude of the problem. Bird control will often employ various scaring techniques, and these can include the use of noise and discouragement methods such as the use of falcons…

Falcons can help rid areas of unwanted seagulls, pigeons, geese and even ground birds such as lapwings and skylarks, and this is considered to be a non-lethal method of bird control...

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Bird Allergy Solutions

Bird Allergy Solutions

Bird Allergy Solutions

Bird Allergy Solutions

Bird Allergy Solutions. Pet birds have become increasingly popular as pets. And with this popularity some people have developed or become aware of sensitivity to the dust, dander, feathers and other pollutants they create. Here are 5 ways you can manage your allergies and enjoy your pet bird too.

Choice of Bird—This is a “Johnny come lately” idea if you’re already adopted a bird. But if you are still in the process of choosing a bird this will help. All birds are not created equal in terms of the pollutants they create. All warm-blooded animals produced dander (dead skin flakes) and birds are no exception.

However, some birds create a white powder in addition to dander which increases the number of airborne pollutants exponentially...

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Pet Birds and Asthma Attacks 5 Ways to Avoid Asthma Attacks in Spite of Your Pet Bird

Pet Birds and Asthma Attacks 5 Ways to Avoid Asthma Attacks in Spite of Your Pet Bird

Pet Birds and Asthma Attacks 5 Ways to Avoid Asthma Attacks in Spite of Your Pet Bird

Pet Birds and Asthma Attacks 5 Ways to Avoid Asthma Attacks in Spite of Your Pet Bird

Pet Birds and Asthma Attacks 5 Ways to Avoid Asthma Attacks in Spite of Your Pet Bird. If you own a bird, you probably didn’t count on developing a sensitivity to the feathers, dander and dust that would aggravate your asthma. But now that you have totally bonded with your bird, and giving it up is just not an option, here are 5 ways that you can keep your asthma under control and still enjoy your bird.

1. Get a Spouse or Friend to Help with Cleaning-If you find that your asthma flares up when you do the necessary cleaning that comes with owning a bird; ask your spouse or a friend to help...

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Healthy Homes For Pet Birds

Healthy Homes For Pet Birds

Healthy Homes For Pet Birds

Healthy Homes For Pet Birds

Healthy Homes For Pet Birds. Pet birds have become increasingly popular as pets, in fact according to the National Pet Owners Survey completed in 2008, 6.4 million households own pet birds. Keeping a bird healthy in your home demands a great deal, and here are 5 characteristics that successful owners’ homes have in common.

The Cage Correctly Sized for the Bird-Different birds thrive under different conditions. This statement may at first seem like an over simplification of the obvious. But placing a bird in a cage that is too small, or has too much space between the bars, or not enough perches can cause your bird emotional trauma which often leaves your bird more susceptible to physical illness...

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Bird Proof Method Adopts Bird Control

Bird Proof Method Adopts Bird Control

Bird Proof Method Adopts Bird Control

Bird Proof Method Adopts Bird Control

Bird Proof Method Adopts Bird Control. Birds gobble up insect pests in the garden yet they also eat entire fruits and vegetables or pick at them, making them inedible or totally unattractive for the gardener’s table. Therefore, the focus of bird proof birds control in the garden is to protect plants or trees from bird predation through physical barriers or by employing methods that cause the potential bird goodies to be less appealing. Bushes, vines and small trees can be covered with bird proof bird netting, or ground crops with floating row covers...

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Choose Bird Spike For Bird Control

Choose Bird Spike For Bird Control

Choose Bird Spike For Bird Control

Choose Bird Spike For Bird Control

Choose Bird Spike For Bird Control. Pigeon carry number of diseases and virus that can be dangerous for us. We can see birds all around the city, building, bridge or structure and many another places. Birds control is only the way to keep them away. Bird spike is a bird control product which can be easily install at roofs, balcony at the building edges etc. very easily. In winter birds arrive sooner than you expect. It is incredibly important to prepare for winter by setting up a Birds control system. You can make your home bird proof using bird spike.
Bird Spikes are an excellent low profile Birds control system for use on ledges, parapets, signs, beams, chimneys, cutouts, security cameras, lights, etc Pest birds such...

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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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