Yesterday I noticed an egg in a vase, that stays on the balcony. Later I found that pigeons selected that place to lay another one. I don't want to waste the eggs, I think I'll let the birds do their parenting, then I'll clean the site and probably place the vase in another spot.
I found this after searching for "Life Hacks" (I was inspired by an episode of TED Talks). Of course since my computer usually does nothing but research birds, it pulls up everything most relevant to birds so my search result dug this link up:
Life Hacks for Parrot/Bird Owners
Most of this...
Our other babies are :)
Casper - African Grey - given to us 3 years ago this novemeber, because the woman that owned her, grown children didn't like it and threatened to kill it. She had raised casper from a baby to age of 15 years old. Trust issues are in progress, we're slowly able to touch...
While people are finally becoming somewhat informed about the crisis facing the countless shelter dogs and cats needing homes, far fewer are aware of the pet bird crisis.
This is a post about Mickaboo's Cockatiel Crisis that I got published on Care2-...
Mom got a new juicer, which she has been using 24/7. I figured we could use the leftover pulp to make healthy treats for the birds :)
So...While looking around, I found this!
Look at all those recipies! :eek: Thought I would share, since these...
All Birds hand fed and in perfect feathers and health.
dna'd certified and ready for new homes.they are 6 months
to 2 years old.
-G. Hill Mynahs.
-Blue & gold Macaws
-Rose Breasted cockatoos...