Bird Behavior

It’s summer and that means hot days are upon us. While many birds come from tropical climates where heat is normal, they can become overheated and suffer heatstroke. What is heatstroke? This condition is also known as hyperthermia, and occurs when a bird cannot cool itself down and lose extra...
Toys and play offer your pet bird an outlet for hard-wired behaviors, such as chewing, shredding and destroying things. Chewing and shredding also keep your pet bird’s beak trimmed and healthy. Without toys, your furniture, books and other items can fall victim to your pet bird’s beak. Save your...
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 need processing, companies have turned to outside resourcing to assist them in shuffling through all of the applications getting thrown at them. Many of then...
There are a number of terms we use for everyday bird behavior. Here's one. Allopreening: The communal grooming of feathers birds practice when living in flocks. You can do this with your birds too. Often, a bird will lower her head in an invitation to groom her pin feathers. Does your...
Originally posted on Parrot Nation. Modified for Bird Talk. Are you thinking about getting your first bird? This thirteen-step guide will emotionally and physically prepare you for what it’s like to live with one. If you follow this, you will have a fairly good idea what it’s like to have...
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