Cockatiel Care Book

In this review, I would like to take a look at a great cockatiel care book that you can purchase on Amazon called Cockatiels: A guide to caring for your cockatiel.

The video above has some great ideas for homemade toys for your birds – happy watching.

Although this website has a lot of information on it about caring for a cockatiel, sometimes cockatiel owners like to have a book at hand that they can keep as a reference and refer to over and over, rather than having to search on the internet whenever they have a question.

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Cockatiels: A Guide to Caring for Your Cockatiel

Cockatiels: A Guide to Caring for Your Cockatiel (Complete Care Made Easy)

If you want to find out how you can get a copy of this cockatiel care book for yourself, simply click on the link above or on the picture of the book.

This Complete Care Made Easy book offers first-time cockatiel owners insight into every aspect of selecting, caring for, and maintaining well-behaved happy pet birds.

Angela Davids is the author of this book and Carolyn McKeone did all the beautiful photography.

This book is part of 13 books in the Complete Care Made Easy Series. These include books on caring for Budgies, rats, kittens, ginea pigs, rabbits and more.

Angela Davids and her flock of bird experts have put together an ideal introductory pet guide, with chapters on the characteristics and history of the cockatiel, selection of a healthy, typical cockatiel, housing and care, feeding, training, and keeping the bird healthy.

The selection chapter offers potential owners excellent advice about owner suitability, selection of the color and sex of the bird, and also addresses legal and health issues of which all pet bird owners should be aware.

In the chapter on housing and care, the author discusses the selection of the perfect cage, accessories, toys, play gyms, and more.

A cockatiel’s diet is critical to its ongoing health, and the chapter “Feeding Your Cockatiel” gives the reader all the info he or she needs about choosing the best possible diet, the different types of seeds, fruits, veggies, as well as human foods to avoid.

The final two chapters of the book will be useful for bird fanciers interested in learning more about the breeding of cockatiels and the basic color variations and genetics of this handsome tropical bird. The book concludes with an appendix of bird societies, a glossary of terms, and a complete index.

This book gets a rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars and many great reviews and is great reading for any novice cockatiel owner.

5 Comments

  1. Books are so helpful when it comes to taking care of animals or pets! It is really convenient to have one on hand that you can access to answer random questions and situations that come up. Was there particular insight from this book that you have used yourself? Just curious. Cockatiels are beautiful and sweet birds and are probably a joy to take care of!

    1. I found the training cockatiels section in this book very helpful. I still have the first edition of this book sitting in my book shelf.

  2. Hello

    Thank you for the wonderful information on caring for these beautiful birds. I have never owned a bird as a pet but I do believe they will also make fascinating companions such as dogs and cats do. Its amazing to see all the toys and cages and other accessories available online for them and how they can be cared for. 

    Bless you!

    Janine

  3. Thanks for review of this book.  Although I do not have a Cockatiel, we are in the process of purchasing a parakeet.  Our kids had all kids of pets from dogs to ducks growing up but the most fun was a parakeet called Arnold.  Its good to  know that Angela Davis and her group also offer a book on parakeets.  On a completely different subject, I am happy to see the link for Shark Tickets.  We don’t purchase block tickets anymore, but I have book marked this site to purchase tickets from the site.  Thanks for the tips.

    1. Thanks for stopping by Anastazja and I am sure you are going to love having a parakeet in your home again.

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