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If you’ve got questions about your poultry and pet birds—you’re in the right place! We’ve collected reliable information from across the web and brought it together in one place. Whether you’re a single bird owner or have a flock, we hope you use this information to keep your birds healthy and happy!

Learn more about SoCal Nestbox, get answers to our most frequently asked questions, and drop us a line to see if we can help you with your bird-related question.

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Learn your turkin from your toucan and your francolin from your finch.

POULTRY VS PETS BIRDS

If there’s a sudden death in your flock or an unusually high number of sick birds, it is critical that you report it to help limit the spread of disease.

REPORT SICK BIRDS

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Getting Goose Bumps about Basic Care of Geese

Backyard poultry-keeping has grown in popularity, with chickens being the most common choice for many enthusiasts. However, an increasing number of individuals are discovering the joys of raising geese in their backyards. Geese are delightful,

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  • Three chickens at the entrance to a yellow coop.

Chicken Coop Spring Cleaning

Cleaning a chicken coop after winter is essential to maintaining a healthy and safe environment for your chickens. Here are some tips on how best to clean a chicken coop after winter: Clean out bedding

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Basic Care of Canaries

Canaries are popular pet birds that are loved for their beautiful singing and vibrant colors. These birds are relatively easy to care for, making them an excellent choice for first-time bird owners. However, like all

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  • Three chickens at the entrance to a yellow coop.

Chicken Coop Spring Cleaning

Cleaning a chicken coop after winter is essential to maintaining a healthy and safe environment for your chickens. Here are some tips on how best to clean a chicken coop after winter: Clean out bedding

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Good Riddance to Rickets

Causes of Rickets Rickets in humans’ chickens and every other animal that gets rickets is caused by a deficiency of Vitamin D3, phosphorus, or imbalance between Calcium and Phosphorus. Of all these, a deficiency of

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