Hot Birds How-Tos

How To: Make hummingbird food

The tiny hummingbird is the only bird that can fly upside down and backwards. Attract these expert fliers to your feeder with this simple nectar recipe. Learn how to make hummingbird food with this how to video.

How To: Feed a baby pigeon

Here's the easiest way to feed a baby pigeon! This is a rouge outline of the handfeeding method. It is important to be gentle. This helps train the birds to be extremely close with their owner or human family.

How To: Feed and water pigeons before shipping

This is a short video on how to hydrate and feed pigeons before you ship them off. These are homing pigeons. Make sure you only ship pigeons in official and marked 'Live Birds' crates that are specifically designed for birds. There are four types of dry food and water that must be fed to a bird before they are packed and sent off.

How To: Clean hummingbird feeders

Here is a bird how-to video with information on cleaning hummingbird feeders. Follow along and learn what accessories work best. It is important to keep your hummingbird feeders clean as they can form mold and this could be detrimental to your birds.

How To: Attract and feed orioles

Here is a bird how-to video that offers tips on attracting and feeding orioles. Orioles like hummingbirds are attracted to a specific color. When choosing an oriole feeder you want to pick one that is orange. Follow along as the owner of a birding store gives you more great tips on choosing a feeder and food material for a orioles.

How To: Choose a hummingbird feeder

Here is an animal how-to video with tips on how to choose a good hummingbird feeder. Watch as the owner of a birding nature store shows you what qualities to look out for in a feeder. Always look for red colors in your feeder and one that is easy to clean. Good luck choosing a hummingbird feeder for your backyard.

How To: Make hummingbird nectar

Here is a quick how-to video on how to cook nectar for hummingbirds. Sweet nectar is a great way to attract hummingbirds to your feeders. All you need to make nectar is one part granulated sugar to four parts water. Don't use honey or brown sugar. Watch and see how to prepare this sweet drink for the hummingbirds.

How To: Attracting birds to your garden

Bird feeding is something everyone can do. But keeping the birds in your garden can be just as easy. This how to video gives you a few tips that will help you attract the most popular wild species of birds and entice them to stay for more than a quick lunch.

How To: Clip a bird's nails

There’s no getting around it: clipping your bird’s nails can be nerve-racking for both you and your feathered friend. But it’s got to be done. Sandpaper perches can damage a bird's feet, but regular trimmings are necessary in order to keep a bird from hurting itself on it's own claws. Watch this video pet care tutorial and learn how to clip a pet bird's nails safely and easily.

How To: Train a pet cockatiel to do tricks

Birds can be taught to perform tricks, just like dogs. This video tutorial shows techniques for how instruct a pet cockatiel to follow simple commands. Learn how to train a Cockatiel to do tricks by watching a professional parrot trainer show you step-by-step how he taught his Cockatiel the "How To Flex" trick.

How To: Buy and care for parakeets

n this pet care series, you will learn everything you need to know to be the perfect parakeet owner. As pets, they are easy to care for, especially when compared to the food demands of larger pets such as cats and dogs. All you need is a cage and birdseed, right? While this is true to a certain extent, there are specific requirements for a parakeet cage.

How To: Choose a pet bird

Learn how to choose the best pet bird from a pet store in this free online guide to bird care, including what to consider before buying a pet bird, how to set up a birdcage, health medical costs, diet and more.

How To: Breed and train homing pigeons

Mr Joseph Shung Chiang Lee is a well know name in pigeon racing in India. As a fancier, he dominated the Indian sky for a decade. During this period, "Gradiator" was judged the best young bird of th year. His pigeon, "Adam's Glory" crossed 1441 KM at record time. Homing pigeons are domesticated birds that are bred and trained to find their way back home from very long distances that they have never been to. They can travel thousands of kilometers in a single race and fly at speeds of up to 60...

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