Uncooked beans contain a poison called hemaglutin which is very toxic to birds.To avoid exposure, make sure to thoroughly cook any beans that you choose to share with your bird.Make sure that any time you offer your bird a tomato treat it has been properly cleaned and sliced, with the green parts removed, so that your bird will avoid exposure to any toxins.
Share a healthy drink of pure fruit or vegetable juice with your bird instead – this will satisfy both your bird’s taste-buds and nutritional requirements.
Cooked beans are a favorite treat of many birds, but raw, dry bean mixes can be extremely harmful to your pet.
It has been found that prolonged exposure can lead to a blood condition called hemolytic anemia, which is followed by respiratory distress and eventual death.
Although responsible bird owners would never dream of offering their pet an alcoholic drink, there have been instances in which free roaming birds have attained alcohol poisoning through helping themselves to unattended cocktails.
fruits, grains, nuts, acorns, snails, mussels, small birds, eggs, rabbits, mice, toads, crayfish, snakes, lizards, salamanders, rats, grasshoppers, cutworms Blueberries, strawberries, apricots or other “wild” fruits normally found in your neck of the woods or just about any kind of fruit imaginable is good for your bird.