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If I don't have it, I can get it
Did you know.....
Did you know that a parakeet is a parrot? Their correct name is Budgerigar but we also call them a budgie for short. These guys are very smart. The males can be very good talkers and can say long sentences and phrases. The parakeet family is huge with many kinds of parakeets from small to large.
Did you know that your birds feet tells you if your bird is a parrot or not? All parrots feet look the same. They have 2 toes forward and 2 toes back. Outer 2 toes are longer than the inner toes. This makes them to be able to perch easily, use them as hands in climbing and holding food and toys. Canaries & Finches have 3 toes forward and one toe back.
Did you know....
This is a pair of eclectus parrots. Can you guess which one is male? If you guessed the red & blue one you are wrong. This is the only species that I know of that the female has prettier colors than the male. For years they thought these two birds were two different kinds of birds because they look so different.
The BiZee Bird Store is located in the historic downtown district of Beaverton on the left hand corner of 5th and Watson Avenue and in a historic house, right across from the park.
You will always be warmly greeted and helped with any needs or questions you might have.
Of course, there are many wonderful exotic birds you may see: from Parakeets, Finches and Canaries to Cockatiels, Quakers, Conures and my favorite, the African Greys. If you like budgies that are tame, BiZee Bird specializes in hand fed budgies that will hop right on your finger. Don't see the bird of your dreams? BiZee Bird is dedicated to helping you find the bird that's right for you!
We believe in placing birds in the best homes. Be prepared for us to ask you many questions so that together, we may determine an appropriate fit for bird and new owner.
Selling birds is not my
number one priority. I would rather be known for offering the
best of foods, safe bird toys, supplies, information and advice
Also, you might consider adoption over purchasing a baby bird. There are so many of our feathered friends in rescue facilities! Have you given thought to offering one of them a second chance for a loving and permanent home? This rescue is overflowing with birds. Check out my adoption Pages. In Store & Oregon Exotic Rescue
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