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Parrots make great pets but they do require a lot of attention. Some parrots require more attention than others. Parrots also require a good healthy diet and many toys to play with. They can get bored easily so their toys will need to be changed often. Parrots are like children in that they want to be in the center of everything that is going on.
Published by norlaw 74 months ago in Birds | +3 votes | 1 comments
The International Union for Conservation of Nature or IUCN has listed four species of albatrosses which are classified as critically endangered. This means that these birds are under extreme threat of extinction. Among this group of birds are the Chatham albatross, Tristan albatross, Amsterdam albatross and Waved albatross. Presently, there are many conservation activities to increase these birds' populations.
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 74 months ago in Birds | +24 votes | 13 comments
The Military Macaw is a great parrot for a pet. Many people have never heard of this parrot. They have a reputation for be nippy and hard to handle but this is not true. They do require a lot of attention. They love to be with their family and they love water. They will even take a shower with you if you let them.
Published by norlaw 74 months ago in Birds | +1 votes | 0 comments
Herons are found in a number of countries across the world. There are several types of heron and they usually live in wetlands and near other sources of water. This is because they consume aquatic insects, mollusks and other marine and freshwater organisms. In some areas they are called bitterns.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 74 months ago in Birds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Great Blue Heron nesting involves shared responsibility. The birds come together to raise their young ones, although they usually are solitary creatures. Both males and females build nests and repair them when this is required. Egg laying usually occurs over two weeks or less. If something happens to the eggs, the adults will try again.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 74 months ago in Birds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Where do Great Blue Herons Live? Since the birds feed on small fish, frogs and other small creatures they reside in areas where it is easy to find these animals in abundance. They prefer to hunt in areas where there is a large quantity of the food they eat, since they are quiet hunters. They prefer to keep still and wait until prey is close at hand.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 74 months ago in Birds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Many parrots will have a period when they will behave badly. This is called bluffing. The Indian Ringneck Parakeet, Senegal Parrot and Macaw seem to do this more often than other species. Bluffing is part of growing up for these parrots. When they are in their bluffing stage you must be patient with them and go on with the normal daily routine. They will get over it.
Published by norlaw 74 months ago in Birds | +0 votes | 0 comments
How to prevent disease in a backyard flock of chickens. What to use to clean a chicken coop? How long do new birds need to be isolated before introducing them to a flock? What precautions should be taken in regards to allowing visitors onto a farm. Tips on keeping backyard chickens healthy.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 74 months ago in Birds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Cats and birds are natural enemies as we always see in cartoons. However, in online videos, we see that cats and birds can peacefully co-exist in one home environment. We even see some of these videos featuring cats and birds playing with each other, sometimes looking like they are members of the same family or the same species. Pet cat and bird compatibility goes beyond what we see in cartoons where the cat always tries to eat the bird. With proper upbringing and safeguards in place, you can ke...
Published by Marky Chavez 74 months ago in Birds | +1 votes | 0 comments
Nature’s Miracle Cage & Aviary Cleaner is an easy way to keep away bad smell from your bird cage. It is safe to use around birds, other pets and children thanks to its natural formulation. It can be used as a cleaner, but it is most effective as an odor eliminator that removes bad odor from the source. It could be improved if it actually leaves a longer-lasting pleasant smell, but as far as odor elimination is concerned, this is a fine product.
Published by Marky Chavez 74 months ago in Birds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Raising chickens can be a wonderful experience, and the farm-fresh eggs are nice too, but make sure you get off to a good start by considering and answering these questions before you buy your first batch of chicks. Starting out with healthy birds can make all the difference in your chicken farming experience.
Published by Laure Justice 74 months ago in Birds | +0 votes | 0 comments
What is Newcastle disease? How do birds get Newcastle disease? What are the symptoms of Newcastle disease in birds? How to cure Newcastle disease? Common diseases in birds. Learn more about Newcastle disease, what to look for in your flock, and how to reduce your risk of having sick birds.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 74 months ago in Birds | +1 votes | 0 comments
What are some of the reasons why chickens lay strange shaped eggs? What does it mean when there is a spot of blood in an egg? How many eggs can a hen lay? Why do some eggs have two yolks? Why do some eggs have no yolks? Is it okay to eat an egg with a bloodspot in it? Does diet affect laying?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 74 months ago in Birds | +1 votes | 0 comments
Spring blossoms with the songs of birds. It is a great consoling news that a village in India has begun a movement of winning the blessings of winged friends by building nests and promoting the species of house sparrows. Hearing the chirping of sparrows from the backyard of houses in Tamil villages has always been a blessing of good omen. Kothakondapalli, a small village in Tamil Nadu, comes forward with their success of winning the blessings of winged birds.
Published by +Paulose 74 months ago in Birds | +17 votes | 8 comments
Taking care of chickens can be fun and rewarding, but cleaning the coop is not one of the fun, rewarding parts. A drainage hole makes cleaning a chicken coop much simpler than it is without a drain hole. This article provides tips that help you keep an eye toward maintaining the security of the coop while making the hole large enough to be effective.
Published by Laure Justice 74 months ago in Birds | +0 votes | 0 comments
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