Breeding and raising baby birds requires a significant time and financial commitment.
Thinking about breeding your bird? Visiting the vet, hand-feeding hatchlings, investing in special nesting supplies and having an emergency plan in place are just a few issues that may need your attention. Too hefty a commitment for some, but if you have the time, money and desire, then here are some bird breeding basics to consider:
The items above are just a few of the many things a bird breeder must consider. Most owners choose to leave the breeding to professionals and simply enjoy their pet's companionship. If you decide to become a breeder, however, be sure to speak with your veterinarian before you start the process. He or she will make sure that your pet is in breeding condition and can offer invaluable advice.