Posted July 20, 2017 by Rebecca West

If you own birds, chances are you have most, if not all, of these harmful products in your home without ever giving them a second thought. Check out this list before you do anything else.

Posted June 24, 2017 by Ron Callari

New research is indicating birds' eggs are a major factor in determining high flyers. For instance, based on a Sandpiper’s egg resembling a teardrop, a hummingbird’s looking similar to a jellybean and a owl’s like a golf ball, these characteristics provide clues as to how fast these birds can fly.

Posted May 26, 2017 by Rebecca West

Should you or shouldn't you attempt to trim your bird's nails yourself? What about their beaks? Read our tips for grooming your pet birds and learn what to tackle yourself and what to leave to the professionals.

Posted March 23, 2017 by Rebecca West

Airports and airlines have long offered VIP sections for travelers of the human variety, but now New York's JFK is offering a section for animals to chill in in style.

Posted January 3, 2017 by Ron Callari

In a few of my past posts, I reported on microchipping dogs and its importance in locating lost pets, particularly during inclement weather such as hurricanes. Of recent date, the application of microchipping has expanded to include some of our other most loved pets. For instance, with parrots, like dogs, this procedure is a lot safer than the standard, traditional leg bands. 

Posted December 14, 2016 by Ron Callari

My last post focused on monkeys and the biological reasons why man’s closest genetic cousin lacks the ability to utter a word. With films such as ‘Planet of the Apes’ and other such fiction broaching this topic, it was curious to me why evolution hadn’t taken monkeys down the same ‘audible speaking’ path as humans.

Posted October 30, 2016 by John P. Barker

Wow!  I have never seen this many hummingbirds in one area!  These pretty little avians are having a feast!

Posted October 27, 2016 by M Dee Dubroff

At the special Serenity Park Sanctuary in Los Angeles, California,  abused parrots and traumatized veterans watch over each other and the bonding helps to heal their mutual wounds. Read on for more on this unique rehabilitation.