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SAFE FOODS

A list of foods that are Safe for our avian friends. If we missed something please email us so I can add it
 
Thanks

 

Remember to remove all seeds and pits before feeding your avian family member

 

Corn on the cob,

peas in the pod,

bean sprouts,

cauliflower,

Brussel sprouts,

leeks,

rtichokes,

zucchini,

green beans,

okra,

asparagus,

beets,

tomato,

potato, make sure there are no eyes and it isn't sprouting

apples, make sure all seeds are removed

grapes

banana,

guava,

berries,

pomegranates

tangerines

ranges

figs

blueberries,

 plums

kiwi fruit

cranberries

prickly pear

pineapple

Collard greens

murtard greens

turnip greens

kale

spinach

broccoli

dandelion greens

water cress

beet greens

chicory

chard

parsley

green peppers

alfalfa

hot peppers

Sweet potatoes

yams

carrots

butternut squash

hubbard squash

acorn squash

hot peppers

red peppers

pumpkin

Peaches

nectarines

apricots

Japanese persimmon,

cantaloupe

raw plaintain,

papaya

sour red cherry make sure the pit is removed

Whole grain bread or toast

low sugar or unsweetened cereals

whole grain pastas

whole grain 'energy bars

brown rice

low fat granola

wheat germ

wild rice

oat bran

amaranth

quinoa

triticale

plus whole grain unsalted chips, pretzels, and crackers

oatmeal

 

Liz Elliott

Justine Brown