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: Most of the bird treat recipes are pretty simple and if they aren't - just don't bother. Here's a YouTube video where a woman shows you step by step how she makes her bird treats:

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


Yes, bird treats can be used as a helpful way to train your parrot to behave well. Here is a YouTube video which shows a woman training her parrot with treats:

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


Your neighbor probably meant that you can make your own bird treats really easily and put a hole through them (they can be made very dense and sticky), and then you can string them on to a tree. Take a look at this picture:
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Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


Take a look at this wonderful website that has a huge amount of recipes for bird food. I'm sure you'll find some new treats for your birds. http://www.cockatielcottage.net/biscuitsnbones/maincc.html

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


Yes you can use popcorn as a bird treat. If you want to give the corn kernels unpopped then you should soak them in hot water first to soften them.

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


I came across this biscotti recipe on the Simply Pets website and my bird can't get enough of it! Here's the link to the recipe. http://www.simplypets.com/pet-recipes/Bird/Treat/277

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


Yes, birds actually love broccoli. You should make sure that the broccoli is clean first of all, then spread a bit of honey on it and dip it in bird seed. Your birds should love it!

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


At the Bird Guys website, they have a whole page just for Parakeet treats. I'm sure you will find some good stuff there. http://www.birdguys.com/bird-treats-parakeet-treats.html

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


The Petsmart website has a good range of bird treats including Millet based ones. Here's a link to their Spray Millet product.

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


There are recipes for homemade bird seed treats that involve suet or some other sticking agent that keeps it together so you can hang it in a lump. But I came across a very cute web posting with a recipe for a bird seed treat that is heart shaped! Check out this link http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/activities/crafts/wild-bird-treat/

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


Although there is some overlap, the food you give your pet bird may not be exactly the same as the food eaten by birds in the wild. Here is a link to a recipe for a wild bird treat on the National Geographic site, so you can be sure it's appropriate for wild birds.

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


There are lots of easy ideas for feeding birds a treat but check out this suggestion on the family corner website that explains how to hang a great bread and peanut butter bird treat and turn it into a fun activity at the same time. Enjoy yourselves!

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


There are plenty of foods you can give your bird as a treat from your own fridge or larder. Here are some examples:
  • Bread
  • Pasta
  • Vegetables
  • Popcorn
  • Cereal/Grains

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


Fruit is a great treat for your bird. Pretty much any type of fruit is good, but remember to take anything out the cage that hasn't been eaten within a couple of hours or it will grow bacteria.

Birds | Answered on Aug 21, 2012


The quality bird cages are often made of iron and the top quality are made of stainless steel. You can find other bird cages lessen in quality with low quality powder-coat or a painted finish.

Birds | Answered on Aug 05, 2012


In most cases the bird cages arrive unassembled and you should put it together by yourself. Although you can find many companies that will to it for you.

Birds | Answered on Aug 05, 2012


The best thing is to clean the cage each day in order to properly maintain it. If you want a better idea on what to do you should watch www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JC_8wxfUKo

Birds | Answered on Aug 05, 2012


Birds need between 10-12 hours' sleep and it is very important to cover their cage in order to provide them safety, security, warmth and comfort, letting them has their night sleep.

Birds | Answered on Aug 05, 2012


Like all things each type has its advantages and disadvantages. Horizontal bars are easier to climb and vertical cages provide better visibility. There are brand which combine the two of them together and you should check out if it's suitable for you.

Birds | Answered on Aug 05, 2012


For a bird cage to be safe the birds inside should be able to spread their wings and stretch without hitting the cage's sides or any other object. Moreover, In some countries, it is illegal to house a pet bird in a cage that does not permit it to spread its wings.

Birds | Answered on Aug 05, 2012

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