Category: Bird Health

Category: Bird Health

Bird First Aid

Bird First AidBird First Aid

Bird First Aid Store the First Aid kit in a suitable container, readily accessible, portable, and marked for easy identification. Clean any soiled.  sentiments after use and if necessary restock the kit. Every six months check the kit to see that everything is in good working order; for example,[...]

Bird ConcussionBird Concussion

Bird Concussion Head injuries occur when. Wild birds fly into glass windows or frightened caged birds fly into the cage wire. Signs One or more signs may be exhibited: Depression. Loss of balance. Circling with or without head tilted. Weakness of wings and legs. Convulsions. Treatment Possible shock should[...]

Bird DiarrheaBird Diarrhea

Bird Diarrhea The normal droppings of birds are made up of three components: a clear colorless liquid (urine), a solid white substance (uric acid), and a solid dark substance (feces). The consistency of the droppings will vary according to the tithe species of the bird. Seed-eating birds have drier, firmer[...]