- May 16, 2022
Sun Conure son (with me in spirit);
Baby Robin (my son's reincarnation? RIP);
Red Factor Sun Conure (adopted);
Magpie (rescued as baby, returned to the wild after 1 year, 24+ years ago).
Ah, I dunno how to make birdie bread. Maybe I have to learn that. I'm thinking if it's better if I use Harrison's as a base (if he likes it), then sneak in some soaked TOP's powder to serve as his veggies. The thing is TOP's pellet is so crunchy and it breaks into a million pieces without adding water to it.I make birdie bread that has the 'flour' part as Tops pellets, that's how I some of my birds to eat it. As time goes on you start putting actual pellet chunks in the bread, not just powder. Even if your bird never eats them plain and dry at least they eat the bread, its also a great way to sneak veggies into their diet.