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by Sookie
10 months ago
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Heated Bird Bath - Help Your Feathered Friends Through the Winter

If you live in a northern climate like I do, then you get all four seasons.  I look forward to the changes, but I must admit that Ontario winter seems awfully long compared to the other seasons! 

Pets & Animals
by SamanthaDS
1 year ago
The 'Budgie'

With features such as colorful patterns and often an extensive vocabulary, budgerigars have been ranked as third as far as most popular types of pets in the world

Pets & Animals
by HLesley
1 year ago
Six Things You Probably Did Not Know About American Robins

Probably everyone living in North America is familiar with the American robin. This well-loved bird is found across the continent and is so popular that three U.S. states, Connecticut, Michigan and Wisconsin, have chosen it as their state bird.1

Pets & Animals
by Sookie
1 year ago
Bird House Camera - Better Than Video Games

I know many will disagree, but what is better than watching nature?  If you feed and house birds in your yard, and would love the idea of seeing them on your TV in colour and listen to them as well, and could do it safely, wouldn’t you? It...

Pets & Animals
by Sookie
1 year ago
How to Make Edible Bird Houses - Home Sweet Home

We all love to feed the birds, and nothing brings life to a backyard like birds especially in the winter months.  But if you want to attract them to nest, and you have been putting up houses but with no interest, then try this idea. Birds like to...

Pets & Animals
by Shar On
1 year ago
Beautiful Active Birds-Fairy Wrens in Australia

Information on the different types of fairy-wrens in Australia. Photos and information on breeding and their habitat. Many females are similar in appearance so you can learn how to tell the difference

Pets & Animals
by Nisha
2 years ago
Household Dangers for Birds You May Not Think About

When we bring our feathery friends to our homes for the first time, it's hard to imagine how many things are potentially harmful (or even lethal) to them. Here is a list of a few things to look out for, and to make sure that your bird keeps far away from.

Pets & Animals
by Shar On
2 years ago
Tips for Keeping and Teaching Your Pet Birds to Talk

Learn how to teach your pet bird to talk. Which birds can you teach to talk? Most parrots, the Galah, Indian Ring neck parrots, Cockatiels and Budgerigars can all be taught to talk.

Pets & Animals
by Shar On
2 years ago
How to Setup Your Aviary and Manage Your Birds

Once you have built or bought an aviary you will have to set it up ready for your beautiful birds. Never put birds into an unprepared aviary.

Pets & Animals
by Shar On
3 years ago
Pros and Cons for Buying or Building an Aviary for Your Birds

Before you buy or build any aviary, ask yourself - which type of birds do you want to keep in the aviary? Do you want an aviary for a few birds or will you start breeding them too? Decide whether you will build or buy the right aviary for your precious birds

Pets & Animals
by TMA_Martin
3 years ago
Learn and Create: Attracting Owls to Your Backyard

Nature and crafts go hand in hand in this series of articles focusing on North American plants and wildlife. Each article is designed with kids and families in mind and includes an educational element along with a coordinating craft project. Today's topic: North American owls. These magnificent birds of prey boast some of the most interesting features in the animal world. Once we've learned about their special characteristics, we'll discuss ways to attract these silent creatures to your backyard. You'll also enjoy the craft project at the end of the article that shows kids how to create fun owl magnets.

Pets & Animals
by Shar On
3 years ago
Bird Watching: Beautiful Birds Seen in Western Australia

Bird watching is a wonderful way to spend hours out in the fresh air.  You will be amazed at the antics of these beautiful birds that virtually parade in front of you waiting for you to snap their picture.  While others move so quick, you will often miss them.

Pets & Animals
by RoseWrites
3 years ago
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Mourning Doves Are Hunted Now?

I recently learned that it's become legal to shoot mourning doves in central and southern Ontario, Canada. I was appalled that there are supporters of this decision in higher education and government institutions. Mourning doves are not overpopulated - nor are they doing any harm to humans. They are not considered a viable food source. So why are they being hunted? For fun and votes it would seem.

Pets & Animals
by Ken Muise
3 years ago
The Green Cheek Conure as a Pet

The Green Cheek Conure is my favorite pet bird of all time.  Here is a detailed review of them as a pet, their needs, origins and characteristics.

Pets & Animals
by jwanderaas
3 years ago
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Alaska State Bird

Alaska designated its state bird in 1955.  The state bird is famous for its ability to change color from summer to winter seasons.  

Pets & Animals
by MEP
3 years ago
How to Hatch Abandoned Poultry Eggs

How to rescue eggs abandoned by the mother hen and hatch them.

Pets & Animals
by Jared Wilson
3 years ago
5 Tips For Feeding The Birds In Winter

In winter birds can struggle for food. By putting out the correct food in your garden you can help the birds as well as enjoying watching them at close quarters.

Pets & Animals
by mariuski
4 years ago
Facts About Parrots

Facts about parrots, and why do parrots talk.

Pets & Animals
by Royschach
4 years ago
Building A Budget Aviary

This article will introduce an inexpensive modular method for constructing a bird, or other pet, enclosure.

Pets & Animals
by Sookie
4 years ago
Squirrel Proofing Bird Feeders - Easy Way to Keep Peace in Your Yard

I am known as the “squirrel lady” on my street because I love to feed them, but I also love to feed the birds and other backyard critters.  So, squirrel proofing bird feeders was something I had to do to keep the peace in my backyard. As many...

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