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Here are the top ten articles for the Birds Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Bird Toys - Make a BOING
Birds love to play on a BOING. Learn how to make this toy for your bird.
2. Is Your Budgie a Male or a Female
A question that I am often asked is how to tell if a budgie is a male or a female.
3. The 5 Most Common Reasons Why Your Canary Won’t Sing
by guest author Darren P.D. Walker, who says that Canaries are a joy to have around even if they don´t sing.
4. Hand Feeding Baby Budgies
Properly hand fed babies grow up a little more confident and a lot tamer to start with than a parent fed budgie and a hand fed male budgie will probably talk.
5. Breeding Lovebirds
Lovebirds can be wonderful pets. In order for them to be wonderful pets though, they have to get a great start on life. A Lovebird breeder has quite a job ahead because these birds can be very unpredictable.
6. Sexing Your Lovebird
Are you wondering if you rlvoebird is male or female? Well, there are ways you can tell! DNA testing is the most accurate, but there are hints and clues in yoru birds appearance and behaviour, too.
7. Lovebirds - 9 Species
There are nine different species of Lovebirds and they all originate in Africa except for the Madagascar Lovebird.
8. Handfeeding Baby Lovebirds
Lovebirds make wonderful pets, especially when they have been hand fed by the breeder.
9. Hand Taming Your Budgie
You have just brought your new baby Budgie home. Once you put him in the nice new cage you bought, you are ready to play with him. But your little bird is afraid of you – what can you do?
10. Blood Feathers
A blood feather is a growing feather and because it is growing, it has a supply of blood. A normal feather that has finished growing causes no problems if broken or clipped, but a blood feather will bleed – and it may bleed a lot.
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