Most changes in bird behavior are associated with growth development, environment, or bonding with humans.
Your bird’s beak is a visible sign of his well-being. It’s important to know the signs of an unhealthy beak.
Your bird can use its beak to do many things important to its survival. Here is a guide for understanding this unique tool.
Feather plucking is a very common behavioral disorder in domestic birds, and can be caused by many factors.
Molting is a natural process for your bird, but too much molting can indicate a serious health issue.
Parasite infestation, both internal and external, is avoidable and treatable.
Obesity poses greater dangers to birds than to other animals.
Your bird uses her beak for much more than just eating — so be sure to treat it with care.
Birds are capable of masking poor health — often until it is too late to help.