Posted August 15, 2016 by Rebecca West

Bird biting is a behavior you want to eliminate, but what causes it? Find out why your pet bird may be resorting to this negative behavior and what you can do to stop it.

Posted July 28, 2016 by Rebecca West

Birds require a completely different care regimen than other pets. Find out what you should be doing to ensure that your pet birds are leading the happiest and healthiest lives they can live while in captivity right here.

Posted June 10, 2016 by Rebecca West

Do you know what the average body temperature of a bird is? Would you recognize the symptoms of heatstroke in them if the condition occurred? Get some tips right here on how to reduce the likelihood it will happen to your pet and find out what to look for now.

Posted April 16, 2016 by Rebecca West

Did you know that the combination of a bird's body language and the noises it makes can speak volumes as to how it's feeling? Would you know the difference between a low screech and a loud squawk and what they mean? Birds are like all other living creatures in that their behavior is indicative of their overall health and mood. If you keep parakeets, find out more about what your budgie could be telling you.

Posted April 12, 2016 by Rebecca West

Some dos and don'ts of bird baths. Would you know these rules for bathing your bird without risking its life? Find out here things like water temperature, times of day, environment and whether or not you can use shampoos or if sprays will do.

Posted March 26, 2016 by Ron Callari

The political season this year in the States has been one big super non-ending dose of ‘Reality TV.’ Nobody could have scripted what Americans and the world at large has laid witness to over the course of the last six months — and there doesn't seem to be any end in sight. From Trump’s ‘the Emperor’s wearing no clothes'
raucous sideshow act to establishment stalwarts like a a Bush family
member being kicked to curb, viewers and voters would have to attest to
the unique entertainment value in this political field.

Posted March 14, 2016 by Ron Callari

Like his fictional counterpart Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz,
“Dindim the Penguin” seems be of the inclination “there’s no place like
home.” Except the hometown in this case is not Kansas. In fact, it’s
not even in North America. No, this Magellanic Bird returns home
annually to visit an old friend who resides in the southern hemisphere
on Proveta Beach in Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil.

Posted March 9, 2016 by Ron Callari

There’s now scientific evidence a tweet from a Japanese great tit might make more sense than those created by humans. Twitter’s microblogging platform gave added new meaning to our lexicon for the word ‘tweet,’ when it debuted almost a decade ago.