Understanding basic parrot behavior will make it easier for you to interact with your bird. Here are some of the most common bird behaviors that I would like to share with you. Beak Cleaning. Just as you brush your teeth after every meal, your bird must clean its beak too.Read More →

If you have a bird in your home, or office you probably spend many hours watching, feeding, and talking to it, and you may even let it out to fly around inside occasionally. And each time it shakes, flaps it wings, or hops from one perch to another, dander (microscopicRead More →

Birds that nest in tree cavities will also nest in wood birdhouses. Birdhouses protect birds and coupled with some well-stocked feeders, they will find safety and security in the comforts of your backyard/garden. In return, they will bring your yard/garden to life with flashes of color, wonderful bird songs asRead More →

That’s a good question. Hummingbirds are migratory birds. That means they travel to warm weather in order to find their food sources and nesting sites. There are two types of migrations – northern and southern. Hummingbirds will start traveling from Central America to North America in January. It usually takesRead More →

Whether you are hooked on bird watching or just like to know what you are looking at, knowing your birds is important. In this article, we take a look at Purple Martins. As the name suggests, Purple Martins are a colorful bunch. Only the males actually have a purplish blueRead More →

Free Tips On Caging Birds, Feeding, Handling Topics below are specific notes on bird handling, feeding, water supply, and cages. We hope these notes are of interest for you. GENERAL. In addition to flight feathers, those feathers on the body provide insulation which helps to maintain a relatively high bodyRead More →

Is your backyard ready to greet the Spring birds? Our tips will help you attract bluebirds, hummingbirds, orioles, purple martins, wrens and other songbirds that may call your backyard home. We hope this information will help you bring nature to your yard! Tip #1 – The first thing to doRead More →

Our hummingbird tips will help inform you on how to successfully attract hummingbirds to your backyard or patio. Our yard is registered with the National Wildlife Federation as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat. Our first feeder was a hummingbird feeder. That birdfeeder lead to another, then another and before long ourRead More →