Why We Need to Consider Covering the Bird Cage at Night?

You should consider covering the bird cage at night, to make the bird feel safe and warm. However, not all birds like to be covered, and instead will scare birds. So, decide whether you should cover the cage or not from the response your bird gives.

Know the origin of your pet bird to determine the time of sleep. For example, birds from the tropics need about 10 to 12 hours of sleep at night to mimic higher levels of darkness in the area throughout the year

Keep learning new ways to take care of your birds; responsible pet owners will never stop learning new ways to care for their pets and keep digging up on the latest information on good bird care

Better to buy a pair of birds, so your pet bird will not be lonely. However, you must know the temperaments of both birds, and know the degree of compatibility of the two birds before introducing the two. If you’re not sure how to introduce the two birds, ask a bird or veterinarian’s advice.

Providing always grain indoors, such as wheat, makes it easy for you to feed wild birds. Provide a nest and a cage area suitable for birds in a cage.

Hints for attracting specific types of birds to your bird house

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