Finding Birds

Bird Breeder: There are two types of bird breeders: the commercial bird breeder and the hobbyist. Commercial bird breeders are those who breed birds on a mass scale, then sell them wholesale to pet stores or individuals. While most commercial breeders put great care into the health of their livestock, they rarely interact or socialize with birds. As a result, bonding with birds from this kind of...


Most Popular Pet Birds

Lovebirds: Lovebirds are small, intelligent birds of the parrot species. They are small and quiet, making them ideal companions for people who live in townhouses or apartments or who don't want to live with a noisy companion. The average life span of a lovebird is 20 years. Cockatiels: These Australian natives know how to whistle, talk, and mimic some sounds (e.g. cat meow, ringing of a telephon...


Choosing Birds

Lifespan: The first thing you want to consider is the lifespan of a bird and how long you're willing to care for it. Generally speaking, the bigger the bird, the longer it lives. If you're looking for a lifetime companion, birds such as cockatoos and macaws have a lifespan of 50 to 65 years! Cockatiels, love birds, doves, and pigeons have about the same lifespan as dogs - 20 years. Canaries and...


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