Full of taste and nutritional value, fruits are a wonderful source of vitamins, and these choices are a favourite among the birds.
They are wonderful source of vegetable protein and an outstanding source of fiber to help keep the digestive system running smoothly.
Growing your own sprouts is a healthy way to give live, raw nutrition to your flock.
Try offering your pet some thoroughly washed and rinsed broccoli, yellow squash, or greens to serve these veggies in your home.
No matter whether it's cooked or uncooked, birds love pasta. The good thing is, it's full of energy-enhancing carbohydrates.
Believe it or not, many pet birds enjoy snacking on popcorn. You can serve your bird either popped or unpopped kernels.
Grain farmers often complain when flocks of wild birds descend on their crops to feast.
They're are also very tasty, and many birds appreciate them as special treats or even natural foraging toys.
It seems that our avian friends lack the taste receptors that pick up on a pepper's stinging bite.