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For your pet bird's health and safety, avoid feeding avocado, tomatoes, garlic and these other foods.
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Set up a fabulous avian apartment with the best bird cage for your feathered friend.
If your cat chirps at birds or chatters at squirrels through the window, here’s what you need to know.
Wondering how to raise chickens, for eggs or just for fun? Welcome to chicken raising 101! Find out how to raise backyard chickens.
Looking for bird names for your new feathered friend? Check out this list of names for birds, including cute bird names, funny bird names and more.
Just got your first flock? This beginner’s guide to chicken coops for your backyard will help get you going.
If your breeding birds are not using the nest box, check out the lighting situation and the size and entry of the nest box.
Some birds display beak clicking behavior as a sign of comfort or happiness.
Will a lovebird and sun conure have fertile eggs, or are different bird species able to breed?
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An older female macaw is protective of her cracked eggs.
Beak wiping is when a bird rubs its beak back and forth on a stationary object such as a perch.
Finches and canaries are hardy, easy-to-care-for pet birds that will warm your heart with their chirps and their colors and size.
Find out how to read the information on your bird's leg band