Do Budgies Pee

Have you ever seen a budgie pee? We see there poop all the time because, I mean they do poop a lot! Not just a lot But they pretty much poop anywhere and everywhere! (Warning for new budgie parents!) Don’t let that put you off from adopting a budgie, Their cuteness will overpower the chore … Read more Do Budgies Pee

Pineapple Conure

Pineapple conures are a coloured variation of green-cheek conures. But the term ‘conure’ is rather loose as it refers to a highly diverse group of medium-sized parrots which are native to the western hemisphere i.e. Central and South America. Most conures have green plumage with varied coloured patches. But not all conures are ‘green’ and … Read more Pineapple Conure

Red-Tailed Hawk

One of the three species known as the “chickenhawk,” the Red-Tailed Hawk is to be found throughout North America, all the way from Alaska to Panama and the West Indies. It’s a fantastic creature that’s adaptable to a vast range of habitats – from dry, sandy deserts to lush, dense forests.  In this article you’re … Read more Red-Tailed Hawk

Baby Parakeet

Though humans have been taming birds for more than 5000 years, parakeets became a popular choice only back in the mid-1800s. Today, these parrots represent the most sought-after companion birds, accounting for about 45 million pets worldwide. Despite that, most of us still don’t know how to raise baby parakeets or want to learn how … Read more Baby Parakeet

Can Budgies Fart

A budgie farting! Funny thing to write about and I guess to read about too But I know it is something to be curious about Can budgies fart?  But hey, you’d be surprised There is actually evidence and studies that have been conducted to actually back up the fact that budgies do actually fart! Here’s … Read more Can Budgies Fart

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