Lifestyle, Housing & Environment
What to do when your bird dies suddenly?
The death of a companion bird can be overwhelming. Necropsy is a difficult subject for many companion parrot caretakers. Thinking about the process involved in advance can make it easier to arrive at an informed decision when the time comes. Questions to ask your Avian Veterinarian prior to necropsy......Read More
Natural Products for Parrots
Many bird owners are leaning toward natural products for their parrots-whether it’s food, treats, or toys. When someone thinks of a macaw ......Read More
Basic Bird Nutrition: Parrot Food – What to Feed Pet Birds?
How much extruded parrot food should you feed your pet bird daily? While the HARI Flock eats 100% Tropican extruded parrot food daily, when considering...Read More
Occupational Therapy Devices or Bird Toys?
What?! Your companion bird needs his own device? Yep…and lot’s of them! No worries-there’s no data charges to contend with. But, all birds need something....Read More
Avian Seminars Providing an Education?
So You Share Your Life With A Parrot! In previous posts the HARI Team has shared the fledgling education process of our Quaker Parakeets and...Read More
Avian First Aid: Removing a Broken Blood Feather
Broken Blood Feather – A Common Wound in Companion Birds Whether a companion bird is flighted or clipped, a new flight feather presents a risk...Read More
Avian First Aid: Blood Everywhere! Now What?
An Avian First Aid Technique is Hydrotherapy and Clay Poultice for Wound Management If you’ve been caring for companion birds for any length of time,...Read More