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  1. C.om.edian

    Unusual caique poop

    Hello new to this forum. I have a Caique, around 12 years old. He's generally been more active lately and is always vocal and ready to come out. He plays in his cage and occasionally takes naps with his leg up. I gave him carrots and jalapeño this morning and he happened to have this kind of...
  2. M

    Gooey yellow poop, but only once?

    Hi there! I adopted a 3-month-old budgie girl about 5 days ago. She is starting to adjust to her cage and get comfortable with my presence, she eats great, and seems generally healthy aside from a bit of dry sneezing (my apartment is a bit dry in the winter and she’s molting). Two days ago, I...
  3. CGrillo

    Weird droppings again

    Last time I talked about Luke’s droppings on here he got off of his antibiotic treatment and that I no longer go to the vet I brought him to for his infection. His poops went back to normal and were normal for weeks. He has been on his probiotic and everything was good and I didn’t change...
  4. A

    Cocktail poops

    Is this normal or there is any disease.. please let me know. I'm new to this pet cocktails. First time I'm having this bird. Please provide if you have any suggestions.
  5. CGrillo

    Wet Droppings Need Advice!!

    Hello I’m new to these forums. So my budgie Luke Is 3 years old has been experiencing wet droppings occasionally for a couple months and then 2 weeks ago it was pretty much every dropping that was wet so I called so many vets and most of the avian vets in my area are on leave due to COVID but I...
  6. Meerkat07

    Knowing when your parrot is going to poop (potty training body language)

    So ive decided to start potty training the birds and am having a lot of trouble figuring out when they are going to poop. I know that smaller birds poop every 15 ish minutes and bigger birds poop every 30 minutes or 1 hour (sometimes longer). Im just looking for body language that you guys use...
  7. SoapSoDope

    Is this poop normal?

    Hi Everyone! Anxious birb mom here. We've had our 3 month old cockatiel for a little over a week now. We're transitioning him to a pellet diet. He's currently at 75% seed/25% pellet. Just curious to know if this poop is normal. He did eat some veggies (romaine/carrot/broccoli chop) for the...
  8. parrotman

    Green urine after poop has dried

    Alright so, my lovebird has been having green urine after his poop has dried for about 2-3 hours he is being fed Padovan Australian bird mix and plenty of veggies, clean water could this be a sign of early liver disease?
  9. N

    Pictures Lots of poop stuck at the bottom

    My cockatiel has a lot of poop stuck at her bottom area. Any idea what this may be?
  10. asdf6121

    Strange budgie poops?

    Hey guys, it's been about a week since I got my baby budgie, and she is already super hand tame and playful toward us. Today however, I noticed her poops have been very strange. These two photos (and poops) were taken the same day, about three hours apart. I am very worried. I was already going...
  11. M

    Advice for cleaning poop off toys?

    This branch in particular has some tiny poop bits i couldnt wipe off left on it. (White specks in image.) Is this a health concern? Any advice for cleaning this kind of branch? Thanks! My bird appreciates it
  12. Gokha

    Eating dry poop?

    Hi! So another minor issue with my IRN, Zazu. He picks up dry poop and eat it and sometimes it’s his own, sometimes it’s my cockatiel’s :depressed: As much as I try my best cleaning their droppings in the living room whenever I see it, sometimes I miss a couple. It gets dry and my poop-eater...
  13. S


    My little birds kiki (female) and zephyr (male) have been having yellow and red/ orange urine! I’ve tried giving them veggies for two weeks to see if it helps (spinach, lettuce, carrot) but it doesn’t seem to help clear it up! They also get a food mix of pellets and seeds the pellets are...
  14. A

    Parrot Fever

    I've had a cockatiel for 3 weeks or so and I've realized that its had some symptoms for parrot fever (psittacosis). Such as being constantly sleepy and pooping a greenish yellow looking poop (picture provided). Due to the current state of the world I'm in self containment due to coronavirus. If...
  15. Z

    Lovebird poop

    hi guys, my lovebird’s poop has been odd lately and I want to know if I have to worry? He had metal poisoning 2 months ago. But has since been healthy and fine. This is his poop the past two days
  16. PippinLovebird

    Parakeet Sick? Or what....

    I just got a parakeet a few days ago, and She/he has not drank out of their water or eaten food yet that I have seen. She/he has eaten millet though. Anyway, her tail slightly bobs up and down when breathing, I am not sure If that is an issue though. What worry's me is... When she trying to...
  17. Chiara

    Pictures Lovebird urine is green

    Hello, I’m new to this forum. I’m not English so sorry if there are mistakes. I need help. I have two lovebirds, Jo and Noah. Jo’s urine is green since yesterday, I’m really worried. Noah’s droppings are okay. I’m on vacation and there isn’t an avian vet in this area. I don’t know what to do...
  18. Dostc426

    Strand of Hair Coming out of Vent?

    Hello everyone! For the first time in the 7 years I have owned my Sun, he had a strand of hair dangling from his vent! I have no idea how or when he might have swallowed this hair but essentially I noticed it because he had a little poop hanging from it. He defecated a few times in succession...
  19. Taamtiels

    Tail bobbing after egg laying

    Hi! I’m new to this forum, not new to tiels though. I have an 11 month old hen named ruby. (Female tiels I am new to) Ruby started laying eggs last month. First egg broke, So I put a nest in her cage with 6 dummy eggs in it, 3 days later she layed another egg. She’s ignored her real egg, and the...
  20. F

    Need a poopologists opinion

    Hi everyone, I’ve posted a couple other questions about my nine month old green cheek conure and his worrying droppings, so here goes another: To give you some background Manny has always been a vivacious, silly, and ravenous bird. I’ve had him for almost two months. About a month ago I saw...