I wrote a document on taming process and steps. I am planning on having a website in the future, so I just write on topics. (please do not copy as I worked very hard on this)
Taming takes consistency, patience, and gentleness. If you don’t have these three, consider learning it because you will...
Calling your bird could also help, when one bird calls, the other birds intsinct is to call back, I've never heard a African grey, but you can either imitate the noise or find an audio track of an African grey calling, I feel so bad for you, praying your bird comes back
He may have a problem digesting food, can you send a picture of his poo, and tell us about his diet. A bad diet in a bird usually is the root cause of all bird sicknesses that deal with the stomach. Hope he gets well soon 😞
Try getting her to come on to your hand inside near her cage, see if she'll come on, if not, try getting her onto a spot at shoulder length, and get her onto your shoulder with a treat, remember outside is a new place so you'll have better luck inside which will help her when she gets out. Maybe...
I just recently got a phone, so unlike others I don't have bajallilion social media accounts at the age of of nine. Instead I have text and this at a much older age. I don't like how how technology has taken over people's brain
Looking for birds to draw!! Just send a picture of your bird/birds and give an ONE adjective of the style you want your picture. It's just a picture for you to keep and use for whatever you want.
Here is some of my recent artwork
May not be perfect but I like doing it
There is a thread with a article on whether you should have a parrot, think it's in the parrot chatter.
But this is if you are getting a small parrot(remember that there are plenty of species of parrots to look into) and they awesome and easier to maintain. But I wanted to get you two links that...
I have two suggestions
1.maybe adopt a big bird, it is easy to find a big bird that is healthy and young, remember big birds live a long time, so even if it's ten years old, it's still super Young. But this deos not make the supplies for a big bird cheap
2. Instead of getting a macaw or...
Hope this helps
I know your bird is probably not attacking or anything too serious, but its probably best to prevent possible future situations.
Most health problems derive from their diet, such as germs or fatty stuff. What is she eating? If her chest is swelled and it seems she is reurgatating, it might do her good to put a a drop or two of apple cider vinegar in her water.
I have a white lilac bush that is healthy and probably hasn't even seen pesticides, since my family don't use that and it stays hidden in our yard. But is it toxic? I want to use it for perches. I've looked at websites that have the lists, but it's so unclear about lilac bushes, I honestly just...