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Managing Feather Dust---7 Ways To Reduce The Dust From Bird Feathers

06th August 2012
All birds produce some feather dust. But there is a group of powder down birds that produce way more than the others. They include the African Grey, Cockatoos, and Cockatiels parrots. Nothing can get rid of all of the dust, but taking these 7 steps can dr... Read >
Author: Debbie

Effects Of Bird Dust---5 Reasons To Minimize It

16th July 2012
Powder down birds are well known for the white wing dust they produce. These include parrots such as the African Grey, Cockatoos, and Cockatiels. And even though this wing dust promotes healthy wings, here are 5 unhealthy effects it can have in your home... Read >
Author: Debbie

Parrots' Home Air Filter---5 Best Features Your Parrot's Air Cleaner Should Have

09th February 2012
You love your parrot, but the dust, feathers and dander not so much. You don't have to live with the extra particles that your pet generates if you have the right air filter. Here are 5 features to choose that will drastically reduce the airborne pollut... Read >
Author: Debbie

Minimizing Bird Dust---5 Strategies That Work

14th November 2011
If you own a powder down bird such as an African Grey, Cockatoo, or Cockatiel you know how much dust they can create. Here are 5 ways to minimize the dust that you and your bird breathe. Limit the Numbers---The quality of life you can offer any pet i... Read >
Author: Debbie

Parrot Dust Facts---7 Facts About The Dust Parrots Produce

28th March 2011
There is a beautiful and amazing variety of parrots available as pets today. The amount of dust that they produces varies from one type to another. Here are 7 things to know about this dust and how to deal with it. 1. What does the dust look like? It i... Read >
Author: Debbie

Reducing Parrot Dust----5 Things You Can Do To Get Rid of Bird Dust

22nd March 2011
Dust from birds such as African Greys, Cockatoos, and Cockatiels. can seem impossible to get rid of. As gorgeous as these birds are the dust they produce can be a hazard for both birds and humans. Nothing will completely eliminate it, but here are 5 thing... Read >
Author: Debbie

Keep Bird Dust Low--5 Answers to Questions About Your Bird's Dust And How To Mangae It

03rd March 2010
Bird Dust can be a huge problem if you share your home with a powder down bird. Left unchecked this dust can be a health hazard for both birds and humans. Here are 5 answers that will help you deal with this dust more effectively. What is bird dust? It... Read >
Author: Debbie

Understanding African Greys' Behavior and Personality

14th May 2009
Personality Strangely enough for a bird who tends to have such a big tendency to be fearful and neurotic, the African Grey possesses the most stable temperament in the psittacide world. As much as he can prove to be rather unruly when he is young, fu... Read >
Author: Laurene Arroyo

Pet Lesser Sulphur Crested Cockatoos

17th October 2008
The Lesser Sulphur Crested Cockatoo (also known as the Yellow-crested Cockatoo) can be found in Timor-Leste and Indonesia's islands of Bali, Timor, Sulawesi and Lesser Sunda Islands. They are critically endangered, especially due to illegal trapping fo... Read >
Author: Jane Renshaw
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