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I am currently feeding them a seed diet, I know it is unhealthy but I am a kid and I ran out of money. I’m getting pellets next week. So yes he eats a lot of seeds and some colored pellets.Welcome to the Avenue Chase
Does your bird eat lots of seeds? or colourful pellets? Or lots of spinach?
Is your bird suffering from poopology - All about bird droppingsA very long and detailed post on parrot poopology or bird droppings. Why is it important to examine your bird's droppings and what signs to look out for.freedomflightsparrotrescue.ca
Make sure you feed safe foods. Onions, garlic, avocado and rhubarb are on the "no" list. I also don't feed tomatoes or mushrooms. There's a useful list of safe foods here: Bird Safe Fresh Foods & Toxic Food Lists & MoreTry offering some veggies to balance the diet, carrots, peppers etc You can give a little of whatever your parents are cooking, just cut a small piece before cooking dinner.
Yea that is what they look like to me too. Just very odd looking.I think the blue things are coated hulled sunflower seeds.
That is a good idea, especially those green things.I would be inclined to pick the blue and green pellets and coated seeds out of the mix and see if the poo is more normal
Maybe they think the blue will entice parrots to try them?I have never understood why.
That is a better explanation than anything that I could think of.Maybe they think the blue will entice parrots to try them?