The pandemic has made birding an increasingly popular hobby. Retailers can leverage the growing wild bird category with a strong assortment and educational resources.  

The basic building blocks of avian nutrition include pellets and seeds for birds, and a healthy portion of education for their owners. 

There are a number of considerations that retailers must keep in mind when building and promoting their selection of bird toys and playgrounds.

Thanks to a pandemic-related sales boost, backyard poultry products continue to rise in popularity. 

Pet stores have a great opportunity to capitalize on the growing number of backyard bird watchers who are seeking out high-quality products to attract feathered friends. 

With bird ownership taking flight, owners need help from retailers to find the right supplement to fill in nutritional gaps. 

The nutritional needs of birds are quite complex, so retailers need to be on top of their game in order to successfully cater to their customers’ feathered friends.

Pet stores can—and should­—offer a variety of products to make traveling safer and more secure for feathered family members.

With the expansion of the pet products business, more people are opening their minds to raising less traditional pets—including poultry birds.

Retailers can’t wing it when it comes to understanding the basics behind the products that attract wild birds to backyards.

When bird owners take flight or hit the road, they'll need help packing to ensure safe travels for their feathered family members.

The 18th annual Pet Business Industry Recognition Awards celebrate the most innovative products launched in the pet care category.

For today's parrot pet parents, choosing the perfect products is no longer as simple as picking up a standard seed formula from the supermarket.

As chicken ownership continues to grow in popularity, retailers should have the right products and information to take advantage of this trend.

The needs of consumers hoping to attract wild birds require specific solutions, from finding the appropriate food formula to maintaining a tidy feeding area.