Who doesn’t like food? Birds certainly do, but there are good and bad things about food. Find out how food helps provide parrots with more than just nutrition, and why some foods need to be avoided.
Pet Parrots & Ground Foraging
Parrots in the wild spend good part of the day on foot looking for items to munch. And so it stands to reason that the parrots in our homes might also enjoy walking on their own two feet to see what they can find. Here are some tips for creating a bottom play and foraging area for your pet bird.
“Healthy” Foods Your Bird Should Stop Eating Today
Many of the foods we think are healthy aren’t 100% so. In fact, some start to creep into to the unhealthy category if we overindulge. When we offer some of these seemingly healthy foods to our birds we might be serving our feathered companions a potential overload of sugar, sodium and other unhealthy ingredients.
Foods Toxic To Pet Birds
Foods on your avian vet’s do not feed list include chocolate, avocado, onion, high-fat, and high-sugar foods.