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  • Hummingbirds : Care and Breeding
    on Apr 3, 2013 in Cages Aviary Birds Cares
    1. ACQUISITION AND ACCLIMATIZATION Sources of birds & acclimatization procedures: In the United States local species of hummingbirds can be collected with the proper permits. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum usually has species such as Anna's (...
  • Pekin Robin : Care and behaviour
    on Apr 3, 2013 in Birds Information Birds Cares
    The Pekin robin, Leiothrix lutea, is a sparrow-size songbird also known as the Pekin or Chinese nightingale due to its lyrical song. Though it bears the same name, it bears no relation to our native Robin of the thrush family – the name robin...
  • Developments regarding a certification system for captive-bred birds in Indonesia
    on Mar 30, 2013 in Birds Information
    The hugely popular Indonesian pastime of keeping wild birds for pets is threatening the long-term survival of many songbird species on the islands of Java and Bali (BirdLife International, 2001; Jepson and Ladle, 2006). In response to this threat, th...
  • HWAMEI
    on Mar 30, 2013 in Birds Information
    The Hwamei (leucodioptron canorum, formerly garrulax canorus) was once amongst the most popularly kept songbirds in my country, until their availability was greatly affected by the restrictions imposed on this species. Most Singaporeans today live in...
  • PREPARING AND CONDITIONING THE NEWLY WILD-CAUGHT SHAMA TO EAT DRY FOOD IN CAPTIVITY
    on Mar 30, 2013 in Birds Tips Birds Cares
    Newly wild-caught shamas that were kept by their trappers or the shopkeepers for some time before being sold would have been taught by these people to eat dry food. For those that are freshly caught and arrived without knowing how to eat dry food, th...
  • 15 Fun Facts About Bird Migration
    on Mar 18, 2013 in Birds Migration Birds Information
    Every birder is familiar with migration as a great time to see new and unusual bird species passing through areas where they might not be found during the breeding or wintering seasons, but how much do you really know about migration? These bird migr...
  • Budgie Q&AQ. I recently adopted a new parakeet and I fell in love immediately. I'm very excited because he's finally getting on my finger. For the past couple of days he's been acting very unusual. He moves his head/neck rapidly back and forth and opens his b...
  • Twelve Steps to an Emotionally Stable CockatooTwelve Steps to anEmotionally Stable Cockatoo By Sally Blanchard Cockatoos are a family of parrots that seem to inspire stereotypical thinking and it seems as if companion cockatoos are often thought of as the “problem children of the...
  • Capturing Kingfisher - What, How, When and Where
    on Mar 13, 2013 in Birds Tips
    Just sharing my experience on " capturing kingfisher " on a lovely perch, clear background and sweet light with food. It may not happen in one day but with this right approach or tip, it will be possible to get the picture you always wanted. Below is...
  • Magpie Lark a real lover
    on Mar 13, 2013 in Birds Information Birds Behaviour
    Magpie larks are seen throughout Australia. The charming and dainty magpie lark is a true lovebird that sings love songs to its mate and stays faithful to one partner, occupying the same territory for successive seasons. Also known as mudlark...
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