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Originally published in the June/July 2018 issue of Bird Talk. Thinking about bringing home some chickens? You aren’t alone: Keeping chickens in the backyard has been a trend for several years now. In fact, nearly 1 percent of U.S. households keep chickens, according to the LA Times. That number that...

How to Make a Grain Bake

Five minutes. That's it. That's about the time it will take you to make a basic grain bake. And just like many of the...

Hyacinth Macaw Quiz

Think you know about hyacinth macaws? Take this quiz and find out! 1. The scientific name for the hyacinth macaw is: a. Psittaciformes b. Aves c. A. hyacinthinus d....

Test Your Bird Egg Knowledge!

Think you're an expert on bird eggs? Let's find out. 1. This bird lays the largest egg: a. The kakapo a. The emu c. The ostrich d. The cowbird 2....

Walnuts: Why They’re so Amazing for You and Your Birds

I happen to really like walnuts. I like everything about them: their flavor, their crunchy, yet smooth, texture and I admire how they come...

Why You Should Serve Your Parrot What’s in Season

It’s a pretty simple idea, really. And sometimes it is the simple things that make sense. Feeding in season gives you more nutrition and...

5 Types of Bird Enrichment

What is enrichment? According to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo & Conservation Biology Institute, "Enrichment allows animals to demonstrate their species-typical behavior, gives them opportunity...

Are Cherries Good For Birds?

Are cherries good for birds? Let's find out! Cherries are what you would call a highly seasonal fruit. They show up and then, in a...
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.