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Whether we deal with pet birds or other species of birds, there is a set of essential information for understanding the special needs and behavior of certain winged. Interaction with different species of birds can trigger different reactions in both human and animal. Every aspect of a bird need extra attention. In this section articles posted on various features of bird life.

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Depression in pet birds

Depression in pet birds

A bird can become depressed and this situation happens more often than you might think. Depression in birds can have several causes: change in cage position, illness, death cage partner, simple boredom or loss of favorite toys. It is very important to report changes that occur with depression and to identify the source of this state to bring joy winged friend.

Symptoms of depression in birds include: plumage is unkempt, loss of appetite, changes in consistency seats. Also, a bird can be very irritable or depressed will pluck feathers. If you notice any of these symptoms
Birds that bite

Birds that bite

Biting is a natural manifestation of the birds, so it is important to establish with certainty whether the bird will fly bites or just easy to get your attention. In most cases, the bird uses its beak in for lack of aggressiveness, using him as a third "hand" or a branch to test the resistance that is going to settle.

Owners of birds can easily confuse the true with the use of harmless bite the beak. While a pinch is not very pleasant, a real bite can be downright painful, leaving a deep wound. You have to learn the warning signals that we transmit bird (feathers dilated pupils or hi
Correction of improper behavior of pet birds

Correction of improper behavior of pet birds

If you do not treat them to be, pet birds can become quite destructive or can injure us. Instincts and inherent nature wildlife birds can behave inappropriately in what concerns the owner. Addressing these issues of bird behavior can be quite demanding for the owner, given that winged friend is a highly social animal and emotionally sensitive.

Rules of Discipline "bird"

Even if your bird will sometimes behave in a way that will disturb or even angry at its height, it is important to remember this rule when reacting to inadequate actions winged friend:

- Never hit a bird
Command "Come" for pet birds

Command "Come" for pet birds

"Come" command is basic and most important for birds kept as pets. Not only will you use this command in everyday interactions with your pet bird but it is essential to know how to command respect when you are visited by a veterinarian. To enjoy the full attention of the bird during the sessions of "training" is very important to choose a suitable location.

Birds are very sensitive animals to what is happening around them and the winged emotional state often depends on how they perceive the environment in which they are. To ensure that the bird feels comfortable, try to use a w
Choosing first pet birds

Choosing first pet birds

For those who make little effort to document before choosing a bird as a pet, holding a winged can be a very interesting and enjoyable experience. Future owners of pet birds must make informed choices because to avoid situations in which both animal and owner will suffer.

Some people think to buy for the first time a bird as a pet are captivated by the large and colorful parrots. And who can argue? The truth is that these birds are too much for an owner "novice". Usually, the bigger the bird the greater the effort to care for it. Large birds can be exceptional companions but most tim
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