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Bestselling Bird Care Products

 

Miracle Care Feather Miracle Care Feather Glo Bird Bath Spray, 32-Ounce

  • Helps to provide relief from feather picking and scratching and minimizes molting.
  • Cleans, beautifies and invigorates feathers and skin.
  • For use on all caged birds.
 

Rosie Bird's Guide to Small Exotic Birds: Bird Care Extraordinaire

  • Lewis, Gail A. (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 132 Pages - 04/05/2018 (Publication Date) - CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (Publisher)
 

Miracle Care 8 OZ, Relief from Feather Picking and Scratching Feather Glo Bird Bath Spray

  • Helps to provide relief from feather picking and scratching and minimizes molting
  • Brightens and softens plumage
  • Cleans, beautifies and invigorates feathers and skin
  • For use on Cockatoos, Parrots, Finches, Canaries and all caged birds
 

Squirrel Buster Standard Squirrel-proof Bird Feeder w/4 Metal Perches, 1.3-pound Seed Capacity

  • LIFETIME CARE: you only need to buy one of our products, and we will guarantee to service your feeder for free for the rest of your life!
  • TRULY SQUIRREL PROOF: the weight of an adult squirrel automatically closes the shroud denying access to seed.
  • NEED FOR CLEARANCE: hang providing an 18-inch/47-cm CLEARANCE on all sides.
  • CHEW PROOF: all feeder parts exposed to squirrels are made of chew proof materials.
  • NO TOOLS REQUIRED: our feeders are designed to be dismantled by hand into individual components without the use of tools.
  • SEED VENTILATION SYSTEM: our patented Seed Ventilation System keeps the seed fresh longer attracting more wild birds.
 

8 In 1 Pet Products BEOD141001 Ecotrition Bird Bath Spray, 8-Ounce

  • Ecotrition bird bath spray
  • Scientifically formulated to keep birds plumage bright and beautiful
  • Conditions skin, cleans and softens feathers, relieves minor skin irritations and removes scales which cause scratching
  • Contains natural preen gland oil, lanolin andaloe Vera
  • Available in 8-ounce pump
 

The Complete Practical Guide to Pet and Aviary Birds: How to Keep Pet Birds: with Expert Advice on Buying, Housing, Feeding, Handling, Breeding and Exhibiting

  • Hardcover Book
  • Alderton, David (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 256 Pages - 03/03/2020 (Publication Date) - Lorenz Books (Publisher)
 

Squirrel Buster Mini Squirrel-proof Bird Feeder w/4 Metal Perches, 0.98-pound Seed Capacity

  • LIFETIME CARE: you only need to buy one of our products, and we will guarantee to service your feeder for free for the rest of your life!
  • TRULY SQUIRREL PROOF: the weight of an adult squirrel automatically closes the shroud denying access to seed.
  • NON-ADJUSTABLE
  • NEED FOR CLEARANCE: hang providing an 18-inch/47-cm CLEARANCE on all sides.
  • CHEW PROOF: all feeder parts exposed to squirrels are made of chew proof materials.
  • NO TOOLS REQUIRED: our feeders are designed to be dismantled by hand into individual components without the use of tools.
 

Bird Care: Keeping Happy and Healthy Congo African Grey Parrots

  • Busecan, Erika (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 106 Pages - 06/04/2016 (Publication Date) - CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (Publisher)
 

Expert Companion Bird care Series Volume 1

  • How to Identify Commonly Kept Parrot Species
  • Housing and Caging Materials
  • Basic Avian Nutrition
  • Household Dangers and Toxins
  • Identifying When Your Bird Is Sick
 

Weather Guard for Squirrel Buster Plus Bird Feeder (FEEDER NOT INCLUDED)

  • LIFETIME CARE: you only need to buy one of our products, and we will to service your feeder for free for the rest of your life.
  • No tools required: Our products are designed to be dismantled by hand into individual components without the use of tools.
  • Keeps seed dry.
  • Gives Birds Shelter.
 

Hand-Rearing Birds

  • Hardcover Book
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 816 Pages - 04/21/2020 (Publication Date) - Wiley-Blackwell (Publisher)
 

Squirrel Solution200 Squirrel-proof Bird Feeder w/6 Feeding Ports, 3.4-pound Seed Capacity, Free Seed Funnel

  • LIFETIME CARE: you only need to buy one of our products, and we will to service your feeder for free for the rest of your life!
  • Truly squirrel proof: the weight of an adult squirrel automatically closes the shroud denying access to seed.
  • FREE SEED FUNNEL: use it to fill the feeder and then store it with the seed.
  • Non-adjustable
  • NEED FOR CLEARANCE: hang providing an 18-inch/47-cm CLEARANCE on all sides.
  • Chew proof: all feeder parts exposed to squirrels are made of chew proof materials.
 

Poop-Off Bird Poop Remover Refill, 128-Ounce

  • Removes droppings from all types of avian diets including Seed fruit nuts meat vegetables nectar bugs grains formulated diet and greens
  • Removes even the toughest stains from clothing upholstery and carpets
  • The only product safe enough to use that does not cause dust when cleaning the cage
  • Removes droppings from all types of avian diets including Seed fruit nuts meat vegetables nectar bugs grains formulated diet and greens
  • Removes even the toughest stains from clothing upholstery and carpets
  • The only product safe enough to use that does not cause dust when cleaning the cage
 

The Healthy Bird Cookbook: A Lifesaving Nutritional Guide and Recipe Collection

  • Amazon Kindle Edition
  • Deutsch, Robin (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 192 Pages - 04/01/2004 (Publication Date) - TFH Publications, Inc. (Publisher)
 

8 In 1 UltraCare Mite and Lice Spray, 8-Ounce pump

  • Kills mites and lice on all caged birds
  • May be sprayed directly on bird
  • Safe and effective when used as directed
  • 8 oz spray bottle
 

Lovebirds (Animal Planet® Pet Care Library)

  • Amazon Kindle Edition
  • Mancini, Julie (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 112 Pages - 08/01/2007 (Publication Date) - TFH Publications, Inc. (Publisher)
 

Ecotrition Oyster Shells Bone Care for Birds, 10 Ounces (C212)

  • Excellent source of calcium, important for all caged birds
  • Aids in the development of strong bones and firm egg shells
  • For all caged birds
  • 10 oz bag
 

Squirrel Buster Suet Squirrel-proof Suet Bird Feeder w/2 Suet Cake Trays, 2 Crumb Ports, Mess-free Suet Loading,Green

  • LIFETIME CARE is our support commitment to you, our customer. If you need advice or help just give us a call or drop us an email, real people answer the phone during business hours. Should you ever need a replacement part covered under our , we will happily provide it for free and the shipping is on us. No one else in the industry does that for you!
  • TRULY SQUIRREL-PROOF: the weight of an adult squirrel automatically closes the shroud denying access to Suet.
  • ATTRACTS: Wrens, Woodpeckers, Nuthatches, Titmice, Chickadees, Jays, Orioles, Warblers.
  • HOLDS 2 5x5 Suet cakes
  • GREASE-FREE HANDLING: you won't have to touch greasy suet when loading it into this feeder
  • NO TOOLS required: Our feeders are designed to be dismantled by hand into individual components without the use of tools.
 

Lovebirds As Pets: The Complete Guide On Everything You Need To Know About lovebirds , Care, Feeding, Housing, Diet, Health Care And Behavior (lovebirds As Pet)

  • Riley, Kelvin (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 26 Pages - 12/04/2019 (Publication Date) - Independently published (Publisher)

General Information On Birds

Birds, are a class of vertebrate animals characterized by bipedalism, wing pattern and toothless beaks. They are the only current representatives of theropod dinosaurs, while all other groups of dinosaurs described as “non-avian” are extinct.

While there are, as of 2020, 10,930 bird species recorded (more than half of which are passerines), very different in both ecology and behaviour, each of them has a common set of obvious features that allow them to be grouped together, in particular horny scales and feathers, a toothless jaw enveloped by a horny sheath forming a beak, a short bony tail, forelimbs transformed into wings (functional or not, this characteristic being particularly rare in vertebrates) and hind limbs that are normally used alone for progression on the ground or in the water. In addition, they are all oviparous, i.e. they lay eggs surrounded by a thin hard shell, and they are all permanent homeotherms.

The anatomy and physiology of the majority of birds tend to favour their flight as much as possible: weight reduction (spinal column characterised by the high number of vertebrae fused into a single, very solid piece of bone, the synsacrum; absence of a bladder, functional right ovary, skin devoid of integumentary glands except for the uropygeal gland, lightening of the skeleton by pneumatic bones, reduction of ventral and dorsal musculature).

The aerodynamic body and a strong pectoral musculature are also favourable factors for flying. Finally, a very active metabolism favoured by an energetic food and an efficient respiratory system thanks to the presence of air bags allow them to produce the high and durable power required for flight. Speciation of terrestrial avifauna has however given rise to some birds unfit to fly (Struthioniformes, penguins, etc.).

Cosmopolitan, the birds populate all environments, from the Antarctic ice caps to equatorial forests and deserts. This distribution has been made possible thanks to varied anatomical, physiological and behavioural adaptations (in particular the migratory phenomenon). This phenotypic plasticity is also found in the size range from the Elena Hummingbird measuring 5 cm to the African Ostrich which can reach 2.75 m in height.

Birds and mammals include some of the species that perform best in animal intelligence tests, with parrots and corvids having the ability to use tools. All these characteristics are studied by ornithologists.

The evolutionary history of birds makes these small animals, which appeared in the Middle Jurassic, the direct descendants of winged, feathered dinosaurs. Hence their grouping in the dinosaur clade. Current cladistic analyses link them to the saurischian dinosaurs, among them to the set of theropods (bipedal carnivores) and, among the many sub-clades that make it up, to the Maniraptora group. Within the Maniraptorians, all the birds are gathered in the clade of the Avialae, which forms, with its two brother groups, the Troodontidae and the Dromaeosauridae, the group of the Paraves (the “almost birds”). The rapid miniaturisation of this line of feathered dinosaurs, in about fifty million years, is probably linked to the accelerated evolution of anatomical innovations (formation of wings and complex plumage, fusion of the clavicles into furcula, development of the sternum into a wishbone essential for beaten flight, redistribution of body mass) which enabled them to colonise new habitats in trees, sources of food and shelter from predators.