Posted August 17, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. They also say "a face only a mother could love." Then there is just plain FUGLY! Click on the piglet to see this week's Fugly Friday pick. There is nothing like a Shoebill.

Posted August 14, 2012 by Lady Bee

What a sweet surprise in my email today! Genuinely design-friendly Bird
Hooks in polished metal are new at Suck UK, which never fails to create
just the perfect gifts for several people you know, including yourself.

Posted August 14, 2012 by Savanna Y Lujan

Having troubles getting your bird to step up? With the right training methods, he should not only be stepping up, but responding well to your hands. Keep reading to learn how to teach your bird to step up.

Posted August 12, 2012 by Savanna Y Lujan

Have a bird  you think can talk? Not sure how to train him? Keep reading to learn the best methods to teach your bird how to talk.

Posted August 9, 2012 by Lady Bee

Ever think of going into the bird catering business? You can cater to many birds right in your backyard. If you have a variety of backyard birds, you know that one feeder is not
enough for all of them.  It's not just the size of the feeder that's
inadequate to accommodate so many birds, but the style of the feeder and
the food it contains matters to the species of birds you attract, as
well as to your decorative taste.


Posted August 3, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

A team of researchers and conservationists from the Wildlife Conservation Society and the National Research Council of Argentina fitted a camera to the back of an imperial cormorant to get a glimpse of how the marine bird dives to the bottom of the ocean in search of food. The team is studying the birds to determine priority feeding areas for them.

Posted August 3, 2012 by John P. Barker

Ducks can be mean little critters.  They bite.  I know this from first-hand experience.  I don't think this little pug knew what he was getting into...

Posted July 31, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

As many as 100 peacocks have died in the desert in Pakistan and officials are investigating the cause. The wild peacocks were already weakened because of the delayed arrival of the annual monsoon rains which created a loss of safe drinking water. The birds have also been affected by starvation and deforestation, They have beome susceptible to viral and fungal infection.