How to look after pet birds birds are beautiful creatures they are both entertaining and fun to play with but at the same time allow you to get on with your life there is not too much rushing around after them and can be taught. How to care for an injured wild bird that cannot fly if you see an injured bird you of course want to help it out however generally it is not legal for you to try to care for the bird on your own the best course of action is to call. You might look around for the young birds parents not finding them you assume the baby is an orphan and you approach it its rare but there is a slight chance you could be dive bombed by a mother or father bird as you get close to their baby. Adopting and caring for wild baby birds is not a good idea if you or members of your household are fragile elderly folks or if you have pre existing health problems that weaken your immune system it is also not a good idea for people with asthma emphysema or other lung problems. Keeping lovebirds as pets lovebirds friendly inquisitive colourful and intelligent birds that are easy to keep and look after the second smallest parrot species they originate from africa and its surrounding islands and they can live up to 20 years so choosing them as a pet is a long term commitment
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