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Hormones can get the best of our pet birds, but never fear! Look for these signs to know if your pet bird is starting to become hormonal. Mating Behavior Your pet bird might display mating behavior by frequently regurgitating food, panting or crouching down with its wings drooped. Whatever, or whomever,...

How to Cook Beans for Your Bird

"I’m no good at being noble, but it doesn’t take much to see that the problems of three little people don’t amount to a...
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Meet the Zebra Finch

Originally published in the June/July 2018 issue of Bird Talk. Are you interested in birds, but not in any of the parrot species? Then a...

How to Find an Avian Vet

How do you find the right avian veterinarian? There are many ways, such as searching the Association of Avian Veterinarians' website or by asking...

Bird Term of the Day: Crop

Learn your bird anatomy! Crop: At the base of the esophagus, a pouch-like enlargement of the gullet that acts as a storage area for food...

Can You Pass the “Parrot Household Interview?”

Originally published on Parrot Nation. In this time of duking it out for positions in a tight job market and the increase of applications that...

Bird Recipe: Frittatas for Feathers

Debbie Foster Russell is a volunteer for the adoption and education organization, Phoenix Landing in Arlington, Va. She serves as the Maryland adoption coordinator. She...

Can I Feed My Parrots Ginger?

I enjoy using ginger for my bird’s food not just for its flavor, but for its other qualities. It has a bright, pungent aroma...
I am the editor in chief of Bird Talk Magazine, a California native, journalist, vegan and the proud owner of Forest and River, two German Shephards, and a turquoise green-cheeked conure named Blue.
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I am the editor in chief of Bird Talk Magazine, a California native, journalist, vegan and the proud owner of Forest and River, two German Shephards, and a turquoise green-cheeked conure named Blue.