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Just so, can birds eat cabbage?
Raw cabbage is safe for birds. It does contain Oxalic Acid that effects the absorption of calcium in birds, however, if your bird is not a laying hen or does not have low calcium levels it is fine to offer.
One may also ask, do wild birds eat vegetables? Vegetables: Birds eat a lot of seed and plant material, and scrap vegetables can be a welcome feeder treat. Frozen peas or corn (thawed first), leftover baked potatoes or bits of canned vegetables, even from canned soups, can all be offered to backyard birds.
Then, what should you not feed wild birds?
What not to feed wild birds: Your complete guide
- Avocado. This so-called superfood is not so super for our wild birds.
- Fruit pits or seeds. Most fruits are fine for birds to eat, but it's important to avoid fruits that have seeds or pits in them.
- Porridge oats.
Is Cabbage good for lovebirds?
Recommended fruit and vegetables for lovebirds: Strawberry, orange, apple, pear, grapefruit, tangerine, lemon, papaya, grapes, red pepper, green pepper, cucumber, broccoli, cauliflower, carrot, escarole, corn, green beans, cannons, artichoke, cabbage, spinach, peas (also the pods), tomato, zucchini, beans (also with