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Captivity is a relative term. I’m not relegated to my home but I still have to pay rent, go to work, pay taxes and perform all those duties that enable me to be a good neighbor and good citizen of the world.
If captivity is all that you know it really captive? We have four budgies, all rescues. We really don’t have the background on any of them but we’ve kept them flighted thus they don’t leave the cage.
We didn’t allow ourselves to see or hear things that might hurt us – to bad humanity couldn’t have avoided the internet – we’d be a lot happier, I’m sure.
Randy V. shares his thoughts,
I would really, yes really be a Feather Father. You see I really can be a Great Feather Dad. The thing is I’m home 99% of the time, I cannot walk out on a feather friend.
Because I cannot walk due to MS. I use a wheelchair to get around. But I don’t know where to even start, to find a healthy feather friend. My friend said he will sell me his African Grey when he & his wife gets sick of him. (more…)
Carolyn L. is concerned with blood on her Quaker’s feet and wing.
Zachary is a 10-year-old Quaker. All of a sudden he started bleeding on his foot and under his wing. Nothing new is in his cage. He is moving around and eating ok. He seems very calm which is not like him. He is nasty and bitter and talks all the time. Any idea what it could be?
The zebra finch and canary are the most popular birds kept by pet owners, after budgies and cockatiels.
They both also have a long history in captivity, as does the society finch.
Let’s take a look at how these birds are alike and how they differ.
If you’re considering adding a finch or a canary to your family, you might be surprised to find that a canary is a finch. So you are only choosing among finches, really.
With all due respect, the question answers itself. There are a 350 species of parrots and about 372 species of parakeets As opposed to there only being one species of dog.
Further, the individual who acquires a single parrot can be considered a pet owner or companion, our term is “pet bird keeper” Once a second parrot is introduced the aforementioned individual becomes a zookeeper.