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Understanding Bird Body Language: What Your Parrot or Your Other Bird is Trying to Tell You

Understanding Bird Body Language: What Your Parrot or Your Other Bird is Trying to Tell You

Pet birds have been described by some as moody: playful and loving one minute, demanding and aloof the next. Sometimes very obvious and sometimes very subtle, a bird's body language can give you insight into what your bird needs and wants. Although parrots and other birds communicate through different body languages, the following behaviors are observed in most pet birds, some more often than others, and some more prominently than others.

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Feeding your pet can sometimes seem overwhelming. And even though your bird might be able to say "Polly wants a cracker," an all-cracker diet may not be the best thing for our feathered friends. READ MORE

Parasitic Feather Mites in Birds

Parasitic Feather Mites in Birds
 
Feather Mites are a skin problem outside aviaries birds suffer from. And although this parasitic infestation seldom occurs in the pet birds staying inside, if left untreated, it can lead to the bird's death and be contagious to other birds. READ MORE