The description of Beautiful Birds Gallery
1. Choose bird species carefully.
Not all bird species are suitable for pets and not all temperament and bird care needs match what you can provide. It's important to learn a lot about the bird species you love, before deciding which birds to look after. Your bird of choice should be in keeping with your lifestyle, interests, and abilities to keep the bird for the rest of its life (some birds can live very long). You must be willing to interact by providing daily interaction for the bird and watching as the bird flies freely outside the cage, if possible.
Do not buy birds because you're impulsive. You need time to research the needs and longevity of the bird before preserving it. Read books about birds or online articles about bird species and specific bird species to learn more about different species of birds.
2. Familiarize yourself with maintaining the most common bird species.
Parrots, cockatiels and cockatoos, or parakeets are some of the most popular bird species kept. Other well-preserved bird species are: walnuts, crestfishes, lovebirds, and pigeons. The more exotic the bird species, the more consideration you need to decide if you can provide the appropriate treatment for the bird.
3. Consider the length of life that the bird can reach.
Some bird species, such as parrots, can have a very long life, so you should consider this when buying a parrot. Arrangements must be made to care for the parrot if the owner dies one day; in some cases, you should consider being responsible for raising birds in such conditions rather than buying young ones.
4. Consider setting the appropriate cage if you intend to treat more than one bird.
Some birds will be able to share the cage, while some other types will fight; of course, the "cage trauma" is common and may depend on several issues such as personality, body size, sex, and species.  You may include two males and two females or one male and one female in the same cage, depending on the species of bird you nurse. If the birds start fighting, you have to separate them. Do a lot of research before doing so and ask a lot of questions on the breeding place or the bird seller; You can even contact the bird nurse at the local zoo or in the wildlife sanctuary to ask for his advice. Often, there is a special method needed to introduce new birds to birds that already occupy a cage. Please consult