A new study by BirdLife International said that in recent years several bird species have disappeared. The Spix’s Macaw species is now officially extinct in the wild, however, some of the birds survive in breeding programs. Deforestation is to blame in most of the countries however extreme weather events played a role too. Spix’s Macaws Life Span: … Read moreBlue Macaw Parrot Known From The Movie ‘Rio’ Is Now Officially Extinct And Here’s Why!
PROS: Increases available diet variety. A natural source of fat and protein. No hard exoskeleton, easy to digest. A suitable treat for many insect-eating reptiles, birds, and mammals. CONS: May act as a “laxative” in reptiles or amphibians (possibly other animals as well) so do not feed frequently or in excessive amounts. Animals that prefer … Read moreCan O Pillars Review – Canned Silkworms
We have raised Clean Green And Blue Mutation Pacific Parrotlets. These little birds are true Amazon parrots with a BIG attitude and a BIG appetite. The clean green is green in color while the mutations can be teal blue, American White, now called dilute blue and American Yellow, now called yellow dilute. There are also lutinos, … Read moreClean Green And Blue Mutation Pacific Parrotlets
Tame bird owners can make an edible homemade bird seed-ladder that is both nutritious and fun. What you will need: Popsicle sticks Cotton Twine Bird Seed The ladder can be made using Popsicle sticks tied together with lengths of cotton twine. Coat the ladder with parakeet food by using a pastry brush to cover sticks … Read moreHomemade Bird Seed-Ladder
Homemade Bird Balls These Homemade Bird Balls are so super easy to make! Have the kids help, they’ll love it! 1 pound of lard ( see here for How To Make Bird Food Without Lard ) 1 jar of peanut butter 5 cups corn meal 6 cups oats 2 cups sunflower seeds 2 cups raisins Mix everything … Read moreHomemade Bird Balls Recipe
Parakeet and Pacific Parrotlets owners can make an edible ladder that is both nutritious and fun. The ladder can be made using Popsicle sticks tied together with lengths of cotton twine. Coat the ladder with parakeet food by using a pastry brush to cover sticks with egg whites that will hold sprinkled birdseed in place. … Read moreEasy Homemade Bird Toys – Edible Parakeet Ladder