Care of ornamental birds

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Ornamental birds, along with their beautiful appearance, are friendly and very intelligent; Together, these features make many people interested in keeping birds in their homes. Birds, like other pets, need a lot of attention and time, and before buying them, you should have a good understanding of their ethics and conditions. Each ornamental bird has special needs; Some will require more attention and some will require a larger environment.

Among the most popular ornamental birds that are suitable for keeping at home are the Cockatiel, Finch, Canary, Lovebird, Enamel, Casco, Cockatoo and Macau. Each of these birds has a different temperament and appearance, and some of them have the ability to speak.

If you are looking for a bird that can talk, you should go to Casco or the Cockatiel talking, but if your base is a songbird, the canary will be a good choice. Decorative birds vary in price, Casco is more expensive than a Dutch or canary bride, and their maintenance costs will vary.

What should we pay attention to when keeping ornamental birds?

Despite the differences between ornamental birds, there are a few general things to keep in mind when keeping them. It does not matter what kind of bird you take care of, it will need a cage and enough space, cleanliness, and so on.

Cage: The first thing you should consider is the bird cage. The cage should be purchased according to the bird's body size and activity level. Naturally, the cage you buy for Finch will be different from the one you use for Casco; Because they are different in terms of size. Steel cages can be found in any size, and when buying, make sure that the cage should not be too small for the bird to move freely.

Water and food containers: Water and food containers are usually provided with the cage, but if the cage did not have these essentials, buy a water and food container suitable for the bird to provide enough water and food for the bird during the day. Put them inside.

Cage bar: Birds sit on a bar in the middle of the cage to rest. If the cage you bought does not have a rod, be sure to add a wooden or metal rod to the bird house to make it feel more comfortable.

Storage environment: When you move the bird to your home for the first time, it is necessary to place it in a quiet environment such as the bedroom so that it does not have stress; Over time and as the bird gets acquainted, it can be placed in the reception area.

Nutrition: Nutrition is the most important factor in the growth of animals and all living things and you should be very careful in preparing the right food for the birds. The diet of birds should be such that it meets all the needs of their body and ensures the health of skin and hair. Birds will usually welcome a variety of cereals, fruits, boiled eggs, special pellets, etc.

cleanliness of the water and food container: Every day you should clean the water container, food container and bird cage so that your beloved bird grows up in a clean environment away from pollution.

Pay attention to the symptoms of the disease: If you feel that your bird is sick and has recently become anorexic and sedentary, you should see a veterinarian immediately. There are various diseases among birds that if not followed, will lead to death or hair loss. With timely treatment, you can prevent further problems.

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