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Welcome Muchi, we appreciate your input!

Sorry if the site has seemed a little slow recently (including this reply!), we are currently in the process of improving the site and its content and should be running 100% shortly.

Some chickens and ducks sound like a great addition to your flock. :D

Re: Heyo. by WhiteCorvidWhiteCorvid, 04 Dec 2009 08:55

Hello - joined a while ago, only started editing/adding to the wiki recently during slow periods at work. So far added a little info on budgies and galahs. Hope to become more active as I attempt to learn and share what I discover about companion parrots.

I only have one companion parrot right now, a rose-breasted cockatoo (or 'galah') named Araluen… However I hope to learn more so I can one day expand my flock. Funnily enough, the next bird a really want is not a parrot at all, but I hope to get some chickens and ducks ;D

Heyo. by MuchiMuchi, 29 Oct 2009 11:31

Welcome, makibird! :)

Hope you had a great new years, despite the chaos. What new birds do you have?

Your new articles are great, thanks for contributing!

Re: Howdy! by WhiteCorvidWhiteCorvid, 12 Jan 2009 02:13

Hello from DeviantArt :) I'm makibird there and I found this place from ChocoboRyo's journal ^~ Been meaning to come and work on some articles & introduce myself for ages but things have been mad at home. New birds, christmas, sickness and moving to another building at work ^^ Busy busy. Happy new year everyone :)

Howdy! by makibirdmakibird, 03 Jan 2009 02:06

Hi singlefeather. Great to see you here, we hope you enjoy Wiki Pet Bird. :D

Re: Greeting by WhiteCorvidWhiteCorvid, 30 Oct 2008 01:04

Hi everyone! Just joined :)

Re: Greeting by singlefeathersinglefeather, 26 Oct 2008 18:48

Welcome to Wiki Pet Bird, I hope you enjoy it here. :-D

Re: Greeting by WhiteCorvidWhiteCorvid, 12 Oct 2008 12:22

Hello to everybody… I have joined… Yay!

Greeting by NSS23NSS23, 12 Oct 2008 02:36

Are you are really having trouble with the concept of editing pages on Wiki Pet Bird? Is the syntax and everything else too much?

If so, feel free to post what it is you want to do (whether it involves adding text to an article, adding an image to an article, etc) and someone here will do it for you. Isn’t that nice? :)

Everything Too Confusing? by WhiteCorvidWhiteCorvid, 08 Oct 2008 06:09

1. You agree to hold WikiPetBird.com legally harmless of any problems that arise from using the Classifieds forum.

2. Items that don’t abide by our rules are not allowed to be sold. Other items not allowed to be advertised are bird eggs and unweaned babies.

3. Any used equipment must be safe for birds and any flaws from usage should be pointed out in the listing.

4. Please remember the rule regarding posting your personal information on our website and forum. You are allowed to post your email and website in your listing, but not your phone number, address, etc. If you must exchange personal information, do it via PM.

5. People buying birds from the Internet… please be careful. Some people will falsely advertise to scam you and take your money. If possible, get someone to check to see if the birds exist and the ad is real.

If you need to make your pictures smaller, you can resize them for free by clicking here. Around 300-400 pixels wide is often an alright size.

1. First, the picture needs to be uploaded onto the Internet. This can be done at various places for free.
One recommended website for doing this is PhotoBucket.com where you need to sign up for a free account to post photos.
Another good website is ImageShack.us where you don’t need an account to upload a photo (it is optional).

2. Once you have uploaded the photos from your computer to one of those sites, they will provide you with the picture’s link (URL). For example, the URL could be http://img135.imageshack.us/img135/9800/eclectusau9.jpg
It will start with http and end with usually either .jpg or .gif or .png.

3. Now, when posting the picture on the forum, put in the following code into your post:

[[image URL-of-your-image]]

For example:

[[image http://img135.imageshack.us/img135/9800/eclectusau9.jpg]]

4. And that’s it! You now have pictures in your post. :)
eclectusau9.jpg

How to Post Photos by WhiteCorvidWhiteCorvid, 08 Oct 2008 05:06
FAQ by WhiteCorvidWhiteCorvid, 08 Oct 2008 04:37
FAQ by WhiteCorvidWhiteCorvid, 08 Oct 2008 04:36
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