Safe Fruits:

Apple

Apricot

Banana

Blackberry

Blackcurrant

Blood orange

Blueberry

Cantaloupe melon

Cherry

Cranberry

Dried dates

Figs (fresh)

Gooseberries

Grape

Guava

Honeydew melon

Kiwifruit

Lychee (Litchi)

Mandarin

Mango

Melon

Nectarine

Orange

Papaya

Peach

Pear

Pineapple

Plum

Pomegranate

Quince

Raspberry

Red Currants

Strawberry

Tangerine

Yellow Plum Make sure that all apple, orange and other seeds are removed before letting your birds eat the fresh foods. And make sure you wash all fruits and vegetable thoroughly. It’s always best to go organic for your parrots to stay away from pesticides.

Safe vegetables for Birds:

Artichoke

Beans, cooked only

Bel I Peppers

Broccoli

Brussels sprouts

Carrot

Cauliflower

Celery stalks

Chinese Cabbage

Corn (milky & soft)

Cucumber

Eggplant (fruit only)

Endive

Fennel

Green Beans

Hot Peppers

Kale

Lettuce

Peas

Potato (cooked)

Pumpkin (and seeds)

Radish Red Beet (fresh)

Radicchio

Romain Lettuce

Spinach

Sprouts

Squash

Sweet Potato

Turnips

Watercress Yams Zucchini Again, make sure vegetables are washed and preferably organic. The chemicals they feed the plants will harm you and your birds.

TOXIC OR UNHEALTHY

BIRD FOODS :

Avoid anything high is salt, sugar, and fat content.

Alcohol

Apple seeds

Apricot pits
Asparagus

Avocado (entire plant and fruit)

Beans – Kidney, Lima

Beans, any dried

Butter

Caffeine

Carbonated beverages

Cherry pits

Chocolate

Cigarette tobacco

Dried fruits (containing sulfides or sulphates)

Egg Plant

Gatorade

Milk/cream in large quantities Nectarine pits

Olives

Onions (raw or cooked)

Parsley

Peach pits

Pear pips

Plum pits

Raw Peanuts

Rhubarb

Tobacco s

Tomato (entire plant, a little fruit okay)s

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