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Bird Nutrition

5 Foods Your Parrot Has To Try
Find out why radicchio, Swiss chard, Chinese cabbage, watercress and daikon radish should be in your bird's bowl.

Are Peanuts Safe For Birds?
Should you feed peanuts to your pet bird? Find out why peanuts may be bad for your birds.

About The Aviary - Best Breeding Diet And Breeding Painted Conures
There are many different types of diets that can have great success.

About The Aviary - Breeding Brotogeris
Most start breeding around 2 to 3 years old, and can easily continue breeding well into their teen years, as long as they are housed correctly and on a great diet.

Can African Greys Have Grapes?
I was told that grapes have too much Iron for my bird?

Bird Foods For Bare-Eyed Cockatoo
Get your parrot to try new foods by appealing to their natural instincts.

Is My Cockatiel Chick Being Overfed?
I have a pair of cockatiels who laid eight eggs.

Parrotlet Diet
My experience has taught me that fresh, whole foods, not processed, are the best diet to feed my parrotlets.

Breeder Q and A - Adding Variety To Your Bird's Diet
Once you find something, anything, they eat, you can always try and add items.

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