Category: Birds

  • Most common bird diseases

    Most common bird diseases

    Molecular Diagnostic Services (MDS) test for the following most common bird diseases: Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease Virus (PBFDV) PBFDV is a devastating and highly infectious viral disease caused by a circovirus. The most common symptom is progressive feather loss involving malformed feathers. As such feather changes may also be caused by other factors, testing […]

  • Top 10 conures as pets

    Top 10 conures as pets

    Following is a list of the top 10 conures as pets. They are clever, playful, colorful, and can be a source of enjoyment to their owners. They are reasonable prices and therefore should be available easily. Conures come in different sizes, and colors and their personality also differs from specie to specie. Some are quiet […]

  • Budgie feeding guide (Info for best nutrition for budgies.)

    Budgie feeding guide

    Budgie feeding guide (Info to decide what is the best nutrition for budgies.) Birds in their natural environment search for food selectively. They know when their diet is inadequate therefore, they forage for the correct food to get the correct nutritional balance. Our captive birds cannot do that and are dependent on us to provide […]

  • Domestic fowl as pets

    Domestic fowl as pets

    Keeping domestic fowl as pets became very popular in the 2000s by urban and suburban residents. Many people get chickens for their eggs but often name them and treat them like any other pet like cats or dogs. They provide companionship and have individual personalities. Chickens do not cuddle much, but they will eat from […]

  • Birds as pets

    Birds as pets

    Being a passionate bird person myself, and the content creator of World Wide Birds magazine, my first post will be about birds as pets. There are many bird species to choose from: Budgies, cockatiels, canaries, lovebirds, conures, parrotlets, doves, Pionus, and Meyer’s parrots are easy to keep. Some basic knowledge about their dietary and environmental […]