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Best Budgie Diet, Best Budgie Sprouts with Spinach

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At three and a half weeks into the quarantine period for our Budgies, they already have learned to eat the best Budgie diet and the best Budgie sprouts possible! . These budgies were raised especially for the Healthy Bird Project’s Long-term Health & Longevity Feeding Trial program, and were donated to us for this long-term…

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Support HUMANE Exotic Avian Nutrition Research

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  It is during the times of facing our largest challenges that we ‘experience the truth’ of who we are, ‘the truth’ of what we are made of.     Are you willing to ask yourself a question, and give yourself an honest answer? . If so, ask yourself: . “Am I acting from fear…

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My Conure Helps Me Sprout!

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  .Hi Leslie, . I’ve included some pictures of Papaya (my Pineapple Green-cheeked Conure) as well as my other birds that I have had since I was a child.         All of them love your sprouts, especially Papaya.         . . Papaya is the one who always wants to…

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Feeding Parrots: Nutrition Essential for Good Health

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    When wanting to keep our parrots healthy so many people focus on avoiding the pathogens. However, we live on a planet that’s full of them: aspergillosis, candida, bacteria, viral infections and the like.  Aspergillosis and candida are ubiquitous … meaning they are everywhere. Aspergillosis is most commonly found in garden soil and compost.…

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Healing Feather Destruction

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Situation Elvis, a Green Cheeked conure, was given to Leslie in May 2005 because he plucked his feathers, practiced feather destruction habits. His former caretakers knew they could not address his needs and decided it was in his best interest to re-home him. When Leslie first met Elvis he had no conure-appropriate toys in his…

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