Tips For Little Birds

The entry of a little bird into your home involves several responsibilities, routines and tasks in which everyone in the family should participate. So that living with our little bird is pleasant and that it feels at home, you should keep these tips in mind:

The cage

Its main function is to provide you with a home and a safe space, which should be pleasant and comfortable. This should be of a good size so that when it grows up it can spread its wings without touching the walls of the cage, the ideal thing would be that it has space to carry out flight paths, the length is important rather than the width, since the birds they do not fly vertically.


You must provide fresh, clean and good quality food, you should choose to include fresh vegetables and fruits in its diet, before checking with the veterinarian to find out what type of fruits your little bird can eat.


The most common is to place it on one side of the sticks where your bird will rest to prevent them from being contaminated with excrement, in addition they must be easy to fill, and that the food must always be kept fresh and dry.


You must fill with water every day so that it stays clean, prevents it from filling with insects or larvae from growing in the water.


Birds like to bathe and play with water, once it is finished you must remove it so that it does not become contaminated with excrement and that your bird later ingests this contaminated water.


To offer a better life you must stimulate their entertainment with mirrors, ladders, swings, bells and objects that they can chew on.

The environment

The environment that surrounds the cage of your little bird is important for it to have a quiet life, it must be in a place where it has natural light, avoid being surrounded in spaces with a lot of noise such as radios and televisions so that it can be calm and rest, and these loud sounds can cause stress and health problems.