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Avian Foraging
Foraging is the act of searching for food and is a normal behavior for parrots. In the wild, it can consume 6-18 hours of their day. However, only 20-30 minutes per day is expended on feeding activities when we are simply providing a bowl of food. If our birds are left with nothing to do all day in the cage they can turn to undesirable activities such as feather picking and excessive vocalizations. Learn how to provide and make your own foraging devices.
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