Super Bird Salad

by scarlet
(oklahoma)

You will need

bird seed
water
plastic bag
container
tomatoes
lettece
carrot
bell pepper
knife
whole grain bread crumbs

1)place bird seed in water in a container for 24 hours

2)place soaked bird seed in a plastic bag somewhere warm and dark

3)with a knife cut the veggies into pieces and add whole grain bread crumbs

4)once the seed has sprouted add to the mix

5)serve to your birds and watch e'm gobble it up :)

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Oct 21, 2011
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Other vegetables
by: Anonymous

I'm not sure about bell peppers, but I use other veges such as spinach, silverbeet, chickweed, broccoli, apple, carrot, celery, orange....

Hope this helps!!

Apr 17, 2011
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re bell peppers
by: budgie-info.com

Bell peppers (capsicum) are fine for budgies. The different coloured ones can be fed to provide the different nutrients from the green, yellow, orange and red colourings.

Apr 13, 2011
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Safe?
by: Anonymous

I don't think it's safe to put bell pepper in the salad. Are you sure it's ok?

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Jaydens simple yet satisfying recipe

by Jayden
(Melbourne)

ingredients:

small amount of peanut butter
celery (cut to size you want)
2 sultanas

1)place sultanas in a line on the celery and push onto so half is sticking out.

2)smear the peanut butter on top of the celery and sultanas.

3)give to bird... or eat it yourself.

only give in small amounts and 1 or 2 times a week because of the fat content.

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Honey Burst

- 10 pieces dried apple
- Honey
- Budgie seed
- Peanut butter
- Knife
- String

Smother 5 pieces of dried apple in honey. Then do the other five in peanut butter. Coat them thickly in the budgie seed and put them in the freezer to set.
When they have set tie string around them and attatch them to your budgies cage.
Now watch them gobble it down!

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Mar 20, 2012
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colourful fruit
by: lily

My bird loves colourful fruit and he'll eat anything with honey in it! hes like my twin

Feb 03, 2012
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dried apples?
by: matthew

how do i dry the apples?

Jun 23, 2011
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honey
by: Anonymous

My budgies love honey bars they eat it very quickly.

May 24, 2011
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Honey is great!
by: SereneSelene

Anything with honey our budgies love - within reason ofcourse! Budgies are high energy, so a little bit of honey won't go astray - they'll burn it off in a few hours of trilling!

Mar 18, 2011
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Honey?
by: Anonymous

I wouldnt recommend feeding honey to these little guys...too much sugar,which can lead to health issues:(

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Emily's Yummy Recyclable Bird Seed Treat

by Emily
(Oklahoma)

Utensils:
~knife or scissors

~between 1/2 a toilet paper roll to 1 whole paper towel roll (depending on how many keets you own)

~peanut butter (or any other kind of healthier nut-butters)

~old seed (do not use seed that has been on the ground, it can be soiled and can harm the birds health)

~string or yarn (for later when you're hanging it up in the cage)

~budgies favorite treats (i add bits of the broccoli buds, some mint, and little chunks of orange and apple. they love it!)

Steps:

1. get a toilet paper roll or a paper towel roll

2. cut the roll to a good size for your keets (you can even cut out designs like hearts or circles)

3. take the tip of the knife or scissors and poke a whole on both sides of the treat (younger kids, let a parent help you)

4. get some peanut butter and spread some equally over your design

5. roll in old seed and favorite treats and place in freezer for about 15-20 minutes

6. take out, string, and tie this yummy treat to the inside of your birds cage and watch them eat it up!

extra tips: you can add their favorite treats to this like brocolli, berries, and fruit. remove after a few hours. serve this treat as a once a month thing because peanut butter is fatty and can harm your bird if fed too much. i hope you guys liked making this and that your birds enjoyed it! :)

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Peanut Butter Balls

by miss .Q

First add your quarter cup of peanut butter then add one cup of seed. Now mix and let it cool in the fridge for one day now you got peanut butter balls. BUT DONT GIVE THEM TO MUCH BECAUSE THIS IS PRETTY FATTENING. :)

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Peanut Butter
by: Anonymous

Peanut Butter is a no-no for Birds, due to the Aflatoxins molds in it.Just wanted to let ya know.

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