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Do Birds Drink A Lot Of Water?
Some birds are from very dry, arid regions of the world and have evolved over time to be very good at conserving water. Some birds get most of their daily water needs met by ingesting moist vegetables, fruits and other foods. But that doesn’t mean that a bird should not have fresh water accessible at all times, even if you hardly ever see your bird drinking. More>>

How Do I Stop My Bird From Chewing On Everything?
Redirect your pet parrot's destructive behavior with toys, a playstand and foraging opportunities. More>>
My African Grey Hates My Mom
First impressions are important for people and parrots. If someone in the family got off on the wrong footing with your pet bird, find out how you can fix their relationship. More>>
Parrots Dance To Gangnam Style: Cockatoo Edition
Watch out, PSY. These cockatoos dancing to the hit song "Gangnam Style" can give any dancer a run for their money. Which one is your favorite? More>>
Bird BFFs Or Disasters Waiting To Happen?
Birds can form relationships with each other, but if they have major size or temperament differences, they should be monitored to make sure fights don't break out. More>>

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Find the perfect pet bird for you or learn more about your companion parrot with the Pet Bird Species Guide. Each species profile has information about that parrot or pet bird’s personality and behavior traits, along with expert advice. Search by the parrot or pet birds’ species name or by the genus name, or just browse through the profiles to learn more about a specific parrot or pet bird. Go to the Pet Bird Species Guide here »


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African Grey Side Profile Do you have an African grey parrot? Are you considering getting an African grey parrot? Whether you have a Congo African grey (Psittacus erithacus) or a timneh African grey (Psittacus timneh), there is a lot to learn about this smart parrot. Get to know the popular African grey parrot with special articles and a Q&A section on BirdChannel here »

Cockatiel on Gray Background Are you one of the many who’s fallen in love with the adorable cockatiel? The popular cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus) is native to Australia, and this slender, small parrot is best known for its great whistling ability (especially in male cockatiels). There are many types of cockatiel color mutations too, (such as the lutino cockatiel or the cinnamon cockatiel) so not all cockatiels look alike! Whether you wish to teach your cockatiel a song to whistle to, or you want to snuggle with your cockatiel, learn everything there is to know with Bird Channel’s special cockatiel articles and Q&As.
Sun Conure Considered one of the best pet birds for families, the fun-loving conure is one great pet bird. The most popular pet conure species are split into two generas: Aratinga, which includes the sun conure, jenday conure, blue-crowned conurenanday conure and more; and Phyrrua, which includes the green-cheeked conure and the maroon-bellied conure. Check out BirdChannel’s special conure articles and its Q&A section to learn more about these popular pet birds.

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Join the Bird eClub! Meet other bird lovers and connect with bird friends with Bird eClub. Once you join, you can start earning points right away. As a member, you get 1,000 points just for creating your bird’s profile. Also, earn points by taking quizzes and polls, blogging, playing games and winning Bird of the Day and Top Bird. While you’re at it, create a virtual world with your bird’s avatar, and use your points to get virtual toys and clothes. Or redeem points for fabulous prizes from our Rewards Catalog.




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