Clicker Training

Clicker training is a fantastic method of training and taming your pet parrot, nd a great way to enrich your parrot’s life.

Bird and Parrot Boarding

Need a place for your feathered friend to stay while out of town? The Parrot Farm is just the place to help you out

Choosing a Bird

Buying a bird is a long term commitment and a choice not to be taken lightly. Some birds have a life span as long or longer than Humans

Macaw birds are big, sociable, and extraordinarily noisy. They also need a good deal of space to live healthy, happy lives. Macaws have large beaks, bright feathers, long tails, and light or white facial patches. These parrots have a long, streamlined physique and colorful feathering, ranging from the hyacinth blue macaw’s to the scarlet macaw’s scarlet red coloring. Some macaw species have bare facial patches.

The Macaw species are sometimes divided into two groups, the “Large Macaws” and the “Mini Macaws. They are considered the largest birds among the Parrots, in length and wingspan.

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Macaws are playful and active and they have excited personalities to go along with their sizes. But this also makes them very challenging pets. They do have the ability to say words and mimic our speech but it is not as clear as some other pet bird species.

Because they are so intelligent, macaws can be trained. You can start when your pet bird is young, and work on hand-feeding, teaching your bird to talk or sing, and training your macaw not to nip, bite, or scream in your ear.

Macaws need a large and durable cage so be prepared to make a significant Spending. Mini macaws can be kept in a cage sized (24″x36″x48″) while the larger macaws need a cage of a size 36″x48″x60″. The cage must be strong enough to withstand the significant beak

strength of macaws, so a stainless steel cage is good spending.

Many Macaws Owners Provide a wide variety of wooden toys or plain, untreated chunks of wood to chew on should be provided on a rotating basis to your macaw. Toys meant to be taken apart to get at a treat are also a good choice, as are hanging toys and toys to climb on.

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Attracting birds to your backyard and seeing them bathe, drink and preen can be very satisfying. Your bird bath can provide your local birds a place to relax and bathe in clean, fresh water. The water your provide can become vital to the survival of your neighborhood birds. You will also benefit by experiencing the pleasure of watching your feathered guests, splash, drink and groom in your backyard bird bath. Browsing through our bird bath reviews will help you buy the best bird bath. Here are a few to get started.


The solid rock Stoneworks Square Ivy Bird Bath really is one of the best we`ve found. It is made in the USA of 100% cast stone, making it one of the most durable bird baths on the market. It weighs about 50 pounds and is made of cast stone that is more dense than driveway pavement! Many customers do report leaving this bird bath outside all winter, but we do suggest bringing it indoors if you can.  Read more about caring for stone bird baths. This solid rock bird bath is 13 x 13 x 17 inches and is hand-stained. We also love this bird bath because it is the perfect texture for birds to hold on to. It is not too slippery.


This bird bath is another that we can highly recommend.  It is made of aluminium and durable cast iron, so it will not rust. In addition, it is both crack and chip resistant and has a hardened powder coating to make it last many years. This bird bath weighs 26 pounds and is 16 x 16 x 26 inches, so it will not blow over in windy weather. If you would like to keep this bird bath outside in the winter, we recommend adding a bird bath heater. At about $143, this bird bath is a great value. You won’t need to throw it away after a year!

bird bath reviews

bird bath reviews


We love this practical and whimsical carved bear and honey bee bird bath! It is made of resin to look like carved wood. Resin is one of the materials we recommend for year-round outdoor use. It won’t crack or chip in the cold weather, like cement or concrete. Also ,is very easy to clean. Resin is not a porous material like cement or concrete, so algae and pathogens won’t hide in any pores. This adorable bird bath is almost 2 feet tall. The Amazon product description says no maintenance, but as always, it is important to drain your bird bath regularly and add fresh, clean water. It is also a good idea to hose it down about once a month or clean it with a non-toxic solution. Apple cider vinegar or a solution of 1 part bleach 9 parts water work well. Be sure to thoroughly rinse and dry the bird bath when cleaning.


A bird bath is a great way to beautify your backyard and attract beautiful birds to your home at the same time. Unlike a bird feeder, bird baths don’t attract unwanted animals like squirrels, and they are a very important resource for your birds. Regular bathing helps bird keep their feather clean, which helps them fly better. In the colder weather, or in harsh environments, you could be contributing to the survival of hundreds of birds. Consequently, buying a bird bath is a great choice.

Some of the most important factors to consider when reading bird bath reviews are: the health and safety of the birds, bird bath placement, the species your would like to attract, and how you will clean and maintain your bird bath. We discuss each of these factors below. As you are looking through bird bath reviews, follow our guidelines so that you will attract the most birds with whatever bird bath you choose.


Your first concern when reading bird bath reviews should be the health and safety of the birds. Birds need to keep their feathers clean in summer and in winter. Regular bathing helps them remove tiny mites and parasites, and keep their feathers in good condition to provide maximum warmth in colder weather. Having clean a supply of clean, fresh water in summer and in winter helps ensure that birds continue these activities all year long.

If you live in a colder climate, getting a bird bath heater is a good idea. In winter, birds often have to expend much more energy to turn ice into drinking water. That is why a heated bird bath is such an important resource. If you don’t already have a bird bath with a built in heater, consider buying a bird bath deicer.

The ideal depth for a bird bath bowl is 2″. If you purchase a model with a deeper basin, you can place some rocks or marbles in the middle to give birds a safe place to perch while drinking. If you already have a bird bath, and are looking for a replacement bird bath bowl, check out some reviews of bird bath bowls to help you decide one to buy.


If you are considering a bird bath with a smooth texture, your may want to reconsider. A smooth texture might look nice, but it will make it will be more difficult for the birds to hold on to. If your bird bath is also deep, it may result in birds falling into the water and drowning! If you purchase a glazed bird bath, add stones or even a couple of bricks in the middle to give birds surer footing. In addition, you can purchase some self-adhesive stickers to put on the bottom of the basin to prevent birds from accidentally sliding.

This is an example of a bird bath with an ideal texture for birds’ talons to hold on to.

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bird bath reviews


The best place to put a bird bath is well away from cats and other predators.  A bird bath with a pedestal will give the birds some added protection because of the height. In addition, a pedestal bird bath may also be easier to clean. You should not place your bird bath near hiding places for cats, and it should be located close to, but not directly under, trees in order to provide birds with a means of escape. If you do not place your bird bath under trees, you will be able to avoid a lot of contamination from falling leaves and branches.

If you also have bird feeders in your yard,  don’t place your bird bath directly under them. This will avoid hulls, seeds and other debris contaminating the bird bath water. Change the bird bath water at least once every few days. Clean the bird bath more thoroughly according to the bird bath material.

For a better view, you may want to place your bird bath near a window. We recommend a distance of at least 5′ from the window to avoid collisions.


If you would like to attract specific species of birds, keep the needs of your preferred species in mind. For example, certain species prefer to fly through misters and drippers rather than bathe in a basin. Hummingbirds are a great example of one such species. Remember that if your bird bath attracts smaller songbirds, they will tend to congregate around the rim of the bird bath where the water is shallow, while the larger birds will bath and drink in the middle of the basin. Always keep the ideal depth of 2″ in mind. If the bird bath is deeper, put some rocks in the basin for smaller species to perch in order to prevent accidental drowning.


Remember that cleaning and maintaining a bird bath is an important responsibility. Stagnant water will create an unhealthy environment for birds and will encourage mosquitoes to breed. It will also make it easier for algae to grow. Keep bird bath water moving by adding a pump. There are very good electric bird bath pumps on the market. However, you may also wish to read reviews of solar powered bird bath fountains for sale online, so you won’t need to pay for electricity or batteries.

When considering bird baths for sale online, think about how much time you will need to spend on cleaning and maintenance. Make sure that you clean your bird bath with materials that are safe for humans and wildlife. Check out this article if you’d like to learn more about how to clean a cement bird bath.

Reading bird bath reviews online will help you consider these factors. Then, you will select the best bird bath. Your new bird bath will beautify your patio, garden, or yard. Enjoy your new bird bath!


Please note that we do not recommend this bird bath! You may see this bird bath appear below among other Amazon links. Most of our Amazon links are displayed via an automated script, not manually. THIS IS NOT AN ACTUAL BIRD BATH. This is only a heat transfer with a picture of a bird bath. Naturally, we do not recommend this!!