Another Bird Feeding Tips for birds bring us to Eggs. Here is a great recipe by Johnny King:

SCRAMBLED EGGS FOR BIRDS

My birds LOVE scrambled eggs. While there is fat in eggs themselves, it’s only around five grams, and more than half of that is unsaturated, the good type that actually helps counterbalance cholesterol’s artery-clogging effects.

The message is not only are eggs not ‘bad’ for birds, but they’re also nutritious – packed with protein, vitamins, and antioxidants. They’re actually one of the rare food sources of vitamin D, something many birds are lacking.

You can put TONS of healthy foods into scrambled eggs to get your bird to try new things.

Some foods you can add to scrambled eggs:

Peppers

Silver Beet

Corn

Rice

Lentils

Peas

Nuts (sparingly)

Seeds

Any other fresh veggies/fruit that are non-toxic to parrots.

I scramble the eggs in a bowl and cook in the microwave for 2 minutes. Then I cut the egg up into small pieces about 10mm square.

NOTE: Only give quantity which can be eaten in an hour or two. Discard any leftovers.

Feed only twice a week.

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