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2013-02-19 03:39
Finches attain a size of 4" and ordinarily the Zebra Finch might reach up to 5 years in its natural surroundings, averaging out 5 to 10 years in captivity with a upper limit of 12 to 15years… Read More
2008-08-10 07:49
Bird Screaming ProblemBy Tracie IrvineHow can I stop my bird from screaming so much? Many people write me and ask if I can help them with their bird screaming problems. Some birds seem to co… Read More
2008-08-10 07:49
How To Choose The Right Bird Toys To Keep Your Pet Bird From Getting BoredAuthor: Lee DobbinsBirds are intelligent creatures with active minds and they can soon become bored if they had not… Read More
2008-06-23 05:50
The Blue-and-gold Macaw, is a member of the group of prominent tropical parrots known as macaws. It breeds in the forest and timberlands of tropical South America from Trinidad and Venezuela… Read More
2008-04-28 10:00
The American Robin (Turdus migratorius) is a migratory songbird of the thrush family. The American Robin is a common occupant of residential areas during the breeding season. In Fall and Win… Read More
2008-04-28 06:52
Considering a Pet Bird? Ask Yourself These 7 Critical Questions| by Simon Blake | September 22, 2005 Birds can make wonderful pets and companions and there are many different birds to choose… Read More
2008-03-03 03:36
The above picture is of an Eastern Bluebird. The bluebird is one of the best loved songbirds of North America. The bluebird is approximately 7-8 inches long from the tip of it's beak to the… Read More
2008-02-18 09:15
The Cardinal is sometimes called the redbird. The Cardinal is found in both North America and South America. The Cardinal in North America lives mostly in the eastern United States from So… Read More
2008-01-26 04:34
The common brown creeper lives in North America. Their breeding habitat is mature forests, especially conifers, in Canada, Alaska and the northeastern and western United States. They are fr… Read More

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