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What tipe fo bird toys to you have in the shop


We have hanging type of bird toys,these type of toys are very interactive which helps to stimulate the mind of birds.As the birds are caged so they need some mental stimulation,so these toys are very useful.here i am listing the toys name
BirdSpot Logs N Blocks Hanging Bird Toy
BirdSpot Fun Spinning Stack Hanging Bird Toy
BirdSpot Cluster Hanging Bird Toy

Mar 29, 2015 | Birds

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What are backyard birds?


Backyard birds are birds who visit your backyard. Which birds visit your backyard depends on where you live, the environment, and what foods may be available. Some birds will eat from feeders while, others only eat from the ground or from fruit/flower trees/bushes.

Several years ago, I created a wild bird garden for my mother in S. Florida. I have 20+ feeders, 3 water fountains, and a few trees/plants including, mango tree, hibiscus, berries, and more. We are visited daily by dozens of Monk parakeets aka Quaker Parrots, Blue Crown Parrots, Blue Jays, Cardinals, Doves, Cardinals, and more!

I can answer most questions about backyard birding (i.e.; foods, types of birds) for anyone interested in this hobby!
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Apr 28, 2014 | Birds

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What types of interactive toys can I buy for my birds?


Interactive toys are very appealing to birds intellectual and emotional needs. Here are some more popular forms of interactive toys:


Foraging toys - teaching birds how to forage for their food

Comfort toys - something for your bird to snuggle up to/with

Hiding toys - some birds enjoy hiding behind larger toys

Aug 30, 2012 | Aspen Birds

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In regards to bird cages, why is bar spacing so important? As long as the bird cannot fly out, then why does it really matter?


Inappropriate bar spacing can ultimately lead to injuring your bird. A cage where the bar spacing is too large could be hazardous to your bird, while a small distance between spacing will limit your birds view and also your view of your bird.

Aug 29, 2012 | Birds

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What's a single bird cage?


The single bird cage comes in a variety of sizes and is suitable for only one bird. Check bar spacing and the width of your bird's wing span to determine the best bird cage fit. Elevate this bird cage to sit at a human's chest level.

Aug 05, 2012 | Birds

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What's a travel bird cage?


The travel bird cage is usually a smaller version of a normal bird cage. The travel bird cage does not need to be large, nor does it need to be as durable as your bird cage. Be sure that your bird can comfortably fit in this cage for a short amount of time so that it will not become stressed.

Aug 05, 2012 | Birds

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What's a playtop birdcage?


The playtop bird cage provides a space for your bird to exercise and explore its freedom outside of the bird cage, and usually includes bird cage feeders as well. A solid top on the playtop bird cage is excellent for collecting food and other bird messes while the bird is on top of the bird cage.

Aug 05, 2012 | Birds

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What can you feed to birds? Is it just bird seed?


Goodquestion! Although most people are familiar with bird seed as the main sourceof bird food, there are other things you can feed your bird such as:
  • Water
  • Suet
  • Nectar (easyto make yourself)
  • Grit
  • Peanuts
  • Fruit
  • Mealworms

Jul 24, 2012 | Birds

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