Friday, 31 August 2012
She ate mill worms right away when I showed it to her. It seems like she loves eating mil worms, but I am wondering how she can tell they are eatable?! I borough her up since she was a baby. Is this animal instinct?!
By the way, she did not like crickets. I am not sure why though. I tried to feed it to her, but she did not eat it at all. She actuallt got scared when she saw it, so I cut it into a small piece, but then she did not eat it. I think she did not like a cricket because it was bigger and harder than worms.
After observing her, I've realised that she always pays attention something that moves. She might eat if I feed live crickets . . . but I do not think I wanna keep them. I cannot believe I keep mil worms at home!!, lol
Wednesday, 29 August 2012
Can you guess what are these? They are Pi-chan's new food! I have recently visited a pet shop to buy her food. When I explained to a Clark that I rescued a baby sparrow, the Clark was kindly enough to research what a sparrow eats for me. From the top, bird sand... to help her digestion. 2nd one is cuttlefish bone. 3rd one is a can of crickets! Eeeew . . . and 4 th one is mill worms . . . I was told to feed her alpha alpha kinda veggies sometimes.
Saturday, 25 August 2012
She is getting slimmer compared with before. She used to be fluffy . . . she still has a yellow beak though. When she looses her yellow beak, she will become a lady! :)
When I call her "Pi-chan!", she reacts like the picture above . . . so cute! Recently, she sometimes sounds like us, I mean she mimics our voice?! like a Parakeet does, I'm not sure. Is this because she is often in front of a computer with me while I was watching T.V. or movies?!
One day, she might speak our language! :)
Wednesday, 22 August 2012
Since Pi-chan can eat dry food by herself, I do not have to feed her at all. This picture is when she was asking for baby food. You can see some baby food around her mouth, right. ..so cute! Although she did not have to get baby food from me, but I still play with her every day. She loves to rest in my hands. :)
Friday, 17 August 2012
She can eat bird food by herself now! I feel relieved because I do not have to worry about her while I'm away :)
I won't see her begging some food like the above picture anymore, but I am happy that she is growing up! She readily hops out onto my hand and rubs her beak against my hand in an affectionate manner. She is so cute!
Wednesday, 15 August 2012
Pi-chan is relaxing in my hand. She is cute isn't she? I sometimes hold her like this while using a computer :) She is such a spoiled baby bird. She plays with tissue paper these days. I have started giving some water with a small cup, but I poured some water into a little big cup today to see her reaction. She started bathing!
Do you remember that I found out that Pi-chan was a female? Today, I would like to let you know that she is a house sparrow. I was surprised that there were so many sparrows in the world!
Friday, 10 August 2012
This is how I know she is full and happy :) Can you see her neck is kinda rounded? This means she is full, lol.
She always comes to my hand after being full of food. After a while, she starts taking a nap. When she gets hungry, she flies over the keyboard and buzzes her wings for some food :)
Wednesday, 8 August 2012
This picture is recent P-chan. I found out that P-chan was a female bird. I was searching for the distinguish between female sparrows and male sparrows.
There is a prominent different in their appearance. Please take a look the bellowed picture. A male bird has black colour around eyes and neck area. On the other hand, female birds have light brown colour and they do not have any black colour on their face or neck.
P-chan has started flying around my room and walking around on the keyboard while I am using a computer. She is getting very active and I enjoy her company these days.
Saturday, 4 August 2012
Yum yum . . . isn't she cute? She is asking for food. I normally feed her power food mixed with water, but I've started giving her some grains that adult birds eat. She cannot eat a lot of those adult food yet.
By the way, have you seen sparrows bathing on the ground? They take sand bath to get rid of parasites. She does the same action on a towel. I hope she won't have any parasites!