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Terms to Know About Birds and Retail Bird Supplies

A bird is a fun pet for the whole family. Birds require a nice house, regular feeding, love and attention. Birds are very smart and some breeds such as parrots can learn to speak simple words while parakeets will fill a home with song. Birds are culturally appreciated worldwide and some species even named state birds in the USA. Here are terms to know if you are considering buying a pet bird or song bird for your house.

  • Small Animal Bedding – Small animal bedding is a product that covers the bottom of cage which doubles as a litter and should be cleaned and replaced on a regular basis.
  • Mammal – Mammals are warm-blooded animals with vertebrates. Birds are mammals that lay eggs, build nests and sometimes make great pets.
  • Flight Cage – Flight cages are large enough to allow pet birds to fly around. Birds are creatures which hunt for food in the wild and therefore flight is a natural instinct. Flight cages are for sale at pet and animal stores.
  • Domesticated – Some birds are raised for meat or for their eggs and these are referred to as domesticated animals. However pet birds which comfortably live in a cage in a person’s house are also referred to as domesticated because they are not in the wild.
  • Unmasticated – Unmasticated refers to food that has not been chewed and because birds have no teeth they eat their food unmasticated and digest the food in their belly. Pet birds feed on seeds, nectar, fruit, plants and small animals like insects.
  • Conservation – Conservation is the public act of working to save a specific plant or animal such as birds. Bird conservation and awareness tactics include education outreach, naming state birds and more.
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    Mark's Ark
    4875 S Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84123
    (801) 261-0466
    Backyard Birds
    2698 S Highland Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84106
    (801) 467-7222
    Wild Bird Center of America
    1860 Woodland Park Dr, Layton, UT 84041
    (801) 525-8400

    If you are interested in birds, then you might want to find a pet shop that gives you access to a variety of breeds, foods, cages, and toys. This will allow you to buy all of the seed feed, houses, and other items that you need to keep a pet canary, cockatiel, parrot, parakeet, cockatoo, or other popular breed in your home. If you are interested in bird watching, then you might need to contact a sporting goods store to buy items that help you identify wild birds by their songs, feathers, and flying styles. Chances are that you have several pet stores in your area that sell common breeds of birds. These stores are good resources for those who have common breeds such as canaries and parakeets. If you want to own an exotic breed of bird, then you might need to contact a store that focuses on these types of birds. They should have the types of seeds, cages, and foods that you need for uncommon breeds. If you cannot find a store in your area that sells the right types of feed, toys, and cages, then you might need to use the internet to find a retailer that can serve your needs better. If you are interested in hunting or watching birds, then a sporting goods store should have the types of items that you need for sale. This not only includes the types of guns that people use to hunt wild birds, but also books that can help you identify species by song and wing shape. That way you will know whether you have found the nest of finch birds or linnet birds.
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