Bird

7 min

Cockatoo

Cockatoos are up for all kinds of fun. These exotic birds are renowned for their lively manner and attractive head adornments. What many don't know is that cockatoos are very demanding birds. If treated in a species-appropriate manner, however, they reward their owners with affection and lifelong loyalty.
7 min

Bourke’s parrot

Although Bourke's parrots are more inconspicuous and not as popular as budgies or cockatiels, these birds still make an impression with their calming and loving nature and thanks to being easy to own. Their pleasant singing isn't too loud, so Bourke's parrots can make suitable pets without complaints from your neighbours. If you're considering buying a Bourke's parrot and keeping it as a pet or are looking for special information on this bird species, you can find out here everything you need to know about Bourke's parrots.
5 min

Breeding season for wild birds: What to pay attention to

Have you found a featherless baby bird on your Sunday walk and are now wondering what you should do? Or do you want to trim your hedge but can hear a loud twittering between the leaves? Find out here what you should know about the breeding season for wild birds.
4 min

Bird mites: what you can do

There is a wide range of bird mite species. Most of them go undetected, but some mites can trigger severe symptoms. We will explain how to recognise and treat mites on birds.
7 min

You’ve found an injured bird. What to do?

A wild bird's life is full of dangers. Many get injured by flying against a window, after an encounter with a cat or falling out of a nest. It's not uncommon to find an injured bird. Read about what to do if you encounter one.
5 min

Breeding season for wild birds: What to pay attention to

Have you found a featherless baby bird on your Sunday walk and are now wondering what you should do? Or do you want to trim your hedge but can hear a loud twittering between the leaves? Find out here what you should know about the breeding season for wild birds.
2 min

Wild Birds: Feed and Nesting Boxes

Nothing awakens the feeling of spring in a garden more than cheerful bird song. As snow and ice begins to melt, birds once again have a reason to sing, with the harsh winter over and difficult foraging a thing of the past. Most bird lovers begin slowly but surely to dismantle the birdhouses in their gardens – but wait! Even in the warmer months, we can be of vital assistance in helping our feathered friends find food.
2 min

Intelligence Toys for Birds

Eating and sleeping: this is what makes up the every day life of the majority of pet birds. Whilst life in the wild can be more varied than cage life, many pet birds live a fairly monotonous life. This is why many exotic birds, particularly intelligent creatures such as parrots, enjoy the occasional puzzle! As well as providing your pet with a companion bird, you should also offer plenty of ways to keep life entertaining.
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