BirdSupplies.com has nurtured rewarding relationships between parrot lovers and their pet birds since 1998 by discovering and delivering high-quality bird supplies that parrots love.
We’ve had the same commitment since day one – to provide safe, enriching bird supplies that satisfy a bird’s “wild at heart” needs yet make living in a home fun, healthy and most of all, safe. That’s why our birds constantly help us scout out Good for YOUR Birds Supplies.
That’s another reason why the products we share are healthy, enriching and down-right good for all birds – ours and yours! Each day we strive to do our part in improving the lives of pet birds. Look at what one of our customers recently wrote:
"I received my bird supplies in a timely manner, and even received free samples of useful products. Our little baby birds are healthy and growing! Thank you!" EM
Diane Burroughs, founder & president of BirdSupplies.com writes, "My passion for animals, both pets and wild, has gone back for as long as I can remember. I’ve always been crazy about animals, from my first pet goldfish, “Lipstick” to my 4-H show sheep, "Inca", "Scooter" and "Jasmine." As a kid, I always loved dogs and cats. I even had a pet chicken, at one time. Thank goodness I was raised on acreage! But, I really fell in love with birds in the Mid-1990’s.
A common featherless baby Grackle had fallen out of its nest in a high perched pine tree. Afraid that my dogs would injure or kill it, I took the baby bird inside and nursed it back to health, carefully hand-feeding that baby bird until it was ready to join its wild friends. After the little bird flew off, I just had "empty nest" syndrome, missing it enough to become fascinated with birds. I’d realized, just like you, that there was something really special about birds.
I got my first pet bird shortly afterward, Peanut, a common Cockatiel. I learned everything I could about pet bird care, bird training, safe bird accessories and especially how birds live in the wild. We now know that parrot enrichment is huge. As my passion for parrots grew, my flock slowly grew to larger species including: