Handling and training your parrot are excellent ways to bond. Your feathered friend will see tricks and trained behavior as socially bonding and interacting, like hanging out and playing with friends. Handling and petting will also increase your social bonding, and knowing how to properly handle your bird is useful in emergency situations. This will add variation to your social time, and be super fun for both you and your parrot!
Learn insights, tricks, health related information, and much more about Parrots from the blog made for bird parents just like you.
The whole world is one flock as we face the COVID-19 crisis together. Here at Bird Street Bistro, we’re doing our best to help bird and parrot owners look out for their feathered companions. Many concerned customers have been reaching out to us with questions regarding the possibility of their parrots and COVID-19. As a…
The phrase, “you are what you eat,” has great implications when it comes to the health and well-being of your bird. When given food that nourishes the body and mind of a bird you can see your bird thrive, there’s no doubt about that
At Bird Street Bistro, all of our parrot food blends are made with different ingredient which may require different amounts of water and cooking times.
At Bird Street Bistro, all of our parrot food blends are made with different ingredient which may require different amounts of water and cooking times. Below is the Bird Street Bistro guide on how to cook each blend.
The bond that owners have with their parrots is complex and often intense. While it is hard to explain what a healthy bond with a parrot feels like, the same way it is hard to explain what a good friendship feels like, there are definitive ways that humans and parrots bond.
Maybe you have cats or dogs or other animals, and are thinking about getting a parrot. Maybe you have a parrot, but miss having a cat and wonder if your pets could get along. Maybe you have multiple pets already, and are wondering how they interact. In any case, it all boils down to one question; is it safe to have my parrot with other pets?
New surroundings and loud unfamiliar noises can keep a bird stressed and afraid. Which is why we need to understand some of the basic behaviors of a scared parrot, what could scare or stress a parrot, and lastly what we (as responsible bird parronts) can do to help.
Diet is indubitably one of the most important factors in keeping your bird healthy. Attention, care, and love are very important as well. We are fortunate that in the last few decades bird parents, researchers and avian veterinarians have learned more about parrots’ nutritional needs and how a captive bird’s diet differs from a wild one.
We receive various questions from people looking to try Bird Street Bistro for the first time. In order to help answer these questions, in one place, we decided to create the Bird Street Bistro Frequently Asked Questions List.