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How to Create Your Own Bird

Learn to create your own bird and features from the bird aviary/avatar manager.

Now you can create your own custom bird and display it on your pet's profile! Click Here to get started or register if you haven't joined the Bird eClub. You must create a pet profile in Bird eClub to create your avatar.

Step 1

Step 1:  Select body parts

Click on any available part to add it to your canvas. If there are more objects to the left or right, mouse over the arrows to scroll. 

Step 2

Step 2: Transform a body part

First, click on the object to show its transformation features.

  1. To scale/flip an object, drag the box represented in the lower right-hand corner.
  2. To rotate an object, click and drag the circle represented in the lower left-hand corner.
  3. To delete an object, click the box represented in the upper left-hand corner.
  4. To move an object around, click and drag any part of the object.

You can also move objects by using the arrow keys and delete objects by hitting the delete key on your keyboard.

Step 3

Step 3: Change the color

The color controls are on the lower right-hand corner of the application. 

  1. Drag any of the three slider bars to manipulate the red, green and blue values of the color. 
  2. The color will change within the small square.
  3. Click on the object you want to change color.
  4. Click on the small square to apply the color to that object.

You can also select from color presets by clicking on the "Show/Hide Color Palette" button.

Step 4

Step 4: Controls

The main controls are on the upper right-hand corner of the application. Your bird will be saved to your Bird eClub profile.

  1. Click the "Print" icon to print your bird. 
  2. Click the "Save" icon to save your bird.
  3. Click the "Reload" icon to load your previously  saved bird.
  4. Click the "Clear" icon to clear all objects from the canvas.


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lisa, rotonda west, FL
Posted: 6/17/2014 1:20:06 AM
I love my birds, but I love non-stick cookware also.
Are the two mutually exclusive? Not anymore. Forget Teflon, now there's ceramic non stick. Greening (as seen on TV) is a waste of money. Check out Ozeri cookware. We did and now cooks and birds are happy!

P.S. sorry if this sounds like a shill for Ozeri Cookware, but the stuff is great, and now I have more time to spend spoiling my Amazon, Max, and our Parrotlet, Henry.
Roger, Milwaukee, WI
Posted: 1/11/2013 7:43:21 AM
I cannot move my birds around in my avery.How do I do it???
staci, Perris, CA
Posted: 11/6/2012 10:51:59 AM
I have been to the website tring to create my avatar, don't get how to do this? I see the bodies and it doesen't do anything. I need some help in this department. Thanks
Audrey, Gulfport, MS
Posted: 8/15/2012 5:29:49 PM
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