How often do bird have babies?

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Answered: Sick baby bird

You really don't have to make this decision. The bird will live or die. Let it have a shot a living.

Answered: We have a newly hatched baby love bird. will the female care for her

Carefully place the baby (chick) on a towel and gently cup your hand around the body for support. You can use an eyedropper or small syringe available at all bird shops and many pet stores specifically for this task. As you approach the baby with the food, they will often instinctively open ...

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Only a brain damaged idiot asks the same question 5 times in a row. Get a life!!

Answered: Bird Grooming

To be safe, caged birds should have their wing feathers trimmed. The decision to deny a caged bird free, unrestricted flight (as in the wild) is made by each bird owner at the time the bird is made a captive pet in the home. Wing trimming makes a bird's cage confinement safer. Flight feathers of ...
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What doe it mean when a black bird is on your front steps and can't fly

It means the Angel of Death is lurking about.

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Just put food & water in the bird house regularly for few weeks, sparrows will come defiantly.

Bring baby in or leave it outside.

Nancy, you have already done everything right. Just leave the baby in the makeshift nest and the parents will reclaim it sooner or later. Keep it hydrated if you have to. Good luck. Read page five of this pdf from the College of Veterinary Medicine: http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/depts-VTH ...

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I presently have 15 birds. My first bird was a hand fed, tame Dusky Conure; very sweet. I've had tame birds and untame birds. Cockatiels are nice, usually mellow, but have a lot of dander. All birds are messy so you need a lot of time for cleaning. Some birds are very noisy, you need to ...