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Hi! I have asked if it is Ok to post these two links, and have consent from Daisy.
I know we do not normally allow posting other forums or groups.
But I like to think these are not competition.
The aim of both groups is feeding fresh natural foods, for those who wish to move away from processed foods and onto a more natural diet
We have full agreement with Jason. His is a closed group, while ours is at this point open. So your choice. the information should be in-line with each other.

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1: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AVIANRAW/

2: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1490345487928572/
I have moved most of my Sprouting details to this group and posted under Files, so easy to find.


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A example of the safe tree list. I have included New Zealand and Australia trees in the list. It still needs a bit of tweaking.
But please feel free to comment if you see anything wrong or missing. I do want this to be the most complete list available.
Safe Tree Wood for Birds




ACACIA
APPLE -(Pesticide residue likely reason for periodic issues)
AILANTHUS - Tree of Heaven
ALDER - white alder - (See Dr. Vaden's site)
Alder / Buckthorn)
ALMOND
ARBUTUS
ARALIA - Fatsia japonica
ASH - Fraxinus
ASPEN - Populus
BAMBOO
BANKSIA
BARBERRY- Berberis
BAY TREE (Bay Laurel)
BIRCH - see paragraph
BEECH - Fagus
BOIS D'ARC - horse apple tree
BOTTLE BRUSH
BUTTERFLY BUSH
CALOTHAMNUS TORULOSUS (One Sided Bottlebrush) (Bush Tucker)
CAMELLIA
CITRUS -(lime, kumquat, grapefruit, orange, lemon)
COPPERSHEEN
CORK - (not wood from cork oak, but cork)
CORN PLANTS
COTTONWOOD - Populus
CRABAPPLE - Malus
CRAPE MYRTLE - (not the same as myrtle)
DATE
DOGWOOD - Cornus
DOUGLAS FIR - Pseudotsuga
DRACAENA
ELM - Ulmus
ESCALLONIA
EUCALYPTUS
FRAGIPANI (Pittisporum variety) NOT Plumeria which is Toxic
FIG
FIR - genus Abies
GINKGO
GRAPE VINES
GRAPE PALM
GUAVA
HACKBERRY
HAWTHORN - Crataegus
HAZELNUT
HIBISCUS
HICKORY
IRONWOOD - apparently toxic leaves
IRNONBARK (Eucalyptus)
IXORA
JACARANDA
JADE PLANT
KALANCHOE
KANUKA
KUMQUAT
LARCH - Larix
LILAC - Syringa
LILLYPILY (Monkey Apple) (Bush Tucker)
MADRONA / MADRONE - Arbutus
MAGNOLIA
MANUKA (Tea Tree) Refer notes
MAPLE - Acer - see Dr. Vaden's site
MANZANITA - Arctostaphylos
MELALEUCA (Paperbark Gum) (Bush Tucker)
MESQUITE - remove sharp parts
MIMOSA
MOCK ORANGE - Phladelphus
MORETON BAY FIG
MOUNTAIN ASH - Sorbus
MULBERRY - Morus
NANDINA -common name is heavenly bamboo
NECTARINE
NORFOLK ISLAND PINE - Araucaria
NUT TREES - exclude chestnut and oak
ORANGE - several sources lean toward safe
OREGON GRAPE - Mahonia
PALMS See Note B:
PAPAYA (Paw Paw)
PAW PAW (Papaya)
PEACH
PEAR
PECAN
PHOTINIA
PINE - Pinus: see Dr. Vaden's site
PITTISPORUM

PLUM
POHUTAKAWA
POPLAR - Populus
PUSSY WILLOW - Salix
PRUN
RAPHIOLEPSIS - Indian Hawthorn
REDBUD
RIBBONWOOD
ROSE - Rosa
RUBBER PLANT - - Ficus elastica - see Dr. Vaden's site
RUSSIAN OLIVE
SASSAFRAS
SEQUOIA (Redwood)
SHE OAK (Bush Tucker)
SILK TREE
SPIRAEA
SPRUCE - Picea
STAGHORN SUMAC -(Rhus - not Toxicodendron - (see Dr. Vaden's site)
STRAWBERRY TREE -(Arbutus like Madrone)
SWEET GUM - Liquidambar
SYCAMORE
TALA TREE
TEA TREE (Manuka) refer Note A.
THURLOW
TI TOKI
TREE FERN
VIBURNUM
VINE MAPLE - Acer
WATTLE (Note Hickory Wattle/Ironbark I have as Toxic)
WILLOW - Salix (Goat, Pussy & Weeping, Twisted)
WIEGELA
YUCCA

NOTES:
A: Manuka (Tea Tree in New Zealand) On one site the leaf is listed as (should be removed) Not true. Proven here in NZ that some of our birds enjoy chewing and they do get trace elements from the bark and leaf, that is beneficial to them.
Quote this comment "Not only do birds have the pleasure of natural recreation while stripping the branches of edible parts, they also get phytonutrients, trace elements of various minerals, and natural fiber needed for efficient digestion."

B: While most palm fruit is considered safe. There are a few listed as unsafe. Sago Palm nut. Betel Palm nut. Fish Tail Palm nut.


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And if you think that list was large take a look at this one I have just spent days editing.
It covers trees, plants and veg,and some weeds.

Safe Trees, Shrubs, Plants, and some weeds are all in this list


By Clive Willgoss on Thursday, October 29, 2015 at 9:12pm
It always pays to double check.

Please read Notes at the bottom of the page.

ABELIA
ACACIA
ACORN SQUASH
AFRICAN DAISY
AFRICAN VOILETS
AGONIS
APPLE -(Pesticide residue likely reason for periodic issues)
AILANTHUS - Tree of Heaven
ALDER - white alder - (See Dr. Vaden's site)
Alder / Buckthorn)
ALFALFA
ALGROBA
ALMOND
ALOE
ALUMINUM PLANT
ALUMROOT
AMERICAN RUBBER
ANTHGERICUM COMOSUM
ANTIRRHINUM MULTFLORUM
ARBUTUS
ARALIA - Fatsia japonica
ARCECA (Butterfly Cane)
AREGELIA
ARTILERY PLANT
ASPARAGUS
ASH - Fraxinus
ASPEN - Populus
ASPIDIUM Falcatum
ASPIDASTRA
AUBEPINE
AUTUM OLIVE
AUSTRALIAN UMBRELLA TREE

BABY’S TEARS
BACHELORS BUTTONS
BALL FERN.
BAMBOO Has to be dry
BAMBOO VINE
BANANA
BANANA SQUASH
BASIL
BABERRY
BEARS GARLIC
BEECH FAGUS
BANKSIA
BARBERRY- Berberis
BAY TREE (Bay Laurel)
BEGONIA (Species)
BELMORE SENTRY PALM
BIG SHELLBARK HICKORY
BIRCH - see paragraph
BIRD NEST FERN
BITTER PECAN
BITTERNUT
BLACK HAW
BLACK HAWTHORN
BLASPHEME VINE
BLOOD LEAF
BLOOMING SALLY
BLUEBOTTLE
BLUE BEAD
BLUE DAISY
BLUE ECHEVERIA
BLUE-DICKS
BLUE-EYED DAISY
BLUNT LEAF PEPEROMIA
BLUSHING BROMELID
BOIS D'ARC - horse apple tree
BOLD SWORD FERN
BOUGAINVILLEA
BORAGE
BOSTON FERN
BOTTLE BRUSH
BRAZILIAN ORCHID
BRIDS BONNET
BRISTLY GREENBRIER
BRODIAEA PULCHELLA
BROOM HICKORY
BROMELIADS
BULLBRIER
BURNEBUR GOURD
BURROS TAIL
BUTTERCUP SQUASH
BUTTFLY CANE
BUTTERFLY GINGER
BUTTERFLY IRIS
BUTTERFLY Bush

CAEROBA
CALAMINT
CALATHEA INSIGNIS
CALENDULA (Pot Marigold)
CALTHEA LANCIFOLIA
CALIFORNIA PITCHER PLANT
CALIFORNIA HOLLY
CALLISTEMON RADYANDRUS
CALLISTEMON VIMINALIS
CALLISTEMON CITRINUS
CALOCHORTUS NUTTALLI
CALOTHAMNUS TORULOSUS (One Sided Bottlebrush)
(Bush Tucker)
CAMELLIA
CARROT
CAMONILE
CANADA HEMLOCK
CANARY DATE PALM
CANDLE PLANT
CANDYCORN PLANT
CANTEBURY-BELL
CAPE JASMINE
CAPE PRIMROSE
CAROB
CAROB TREE
CAROBA
CAROBINHA
CAROLINA HEMLOCK
CARRION FLOWER
CARROT FLOWER
CARROT FERN
CAST IRON PLANT
CAT BRIER
CAT EAR
CATTLEYA LABIATA
CELOSIA PLUMOSA
CELOSIA GLOBOSA
CELOSIA SPICATA
CHAMAEDOREAN
CHAPARRAL
CHENILLE PLANT
CHESTNUT
CHEVIL
CHICKEN-GIZZARD
CHICKENS AND HENS
CHICKWEED
CHICORY
CHIN-LAO-SHU
CHINA ESTER
CHINA ROOT
CHINESE PLUMBAGO
CHIVES
CHOROPHYTUM
CHOROPHYTUM
CHOROPHYTUM BECHETII
CHOCOLATE SOLDIER
CHRISTMAS CATUS
CHRISTMAS DAGGER
CHRISTMAS PALM
CHRISTMAS ORCHID
CINNAMON
CINQUEFOIL
CIRRHOPETALUM
CISSUS KANGARO VINES
CITRUS -(lime, kumquat, grapefruit, orange, lemon)
CLAW CATUS
CLEARWEED
CLIFF BRAKE
COCKS COMB
COCKTAIL ORCHID
COFFEE TREE
COLEUS
COLLINIA ELEGANS
COLOR-BAND
COLUMNAR
COMFRY
COMMON CAMELLIA
COMMON CATBRIER
COMMON GARDEN CANNA
COMMON GREENBRIER
COMMON SNAPDRAGON
COMMON STAGHORN FERN
CONFEDERATE JASMINE
COOLWORT
COPPERHEAD
COPPER ROSE
CORALARDISIA
CORAL BELLS
CORALBERRY
CORIANDER
CORK OAK
CORNFLOWER
COM PLANT
COTTONWOOD
COPPERSHEEN
CORK - (not wood from cork oak, but cork)
CORN PLANTS
COTTONWOOD - Populus
CRABAPPLE - Malus Branch Only (the seeds maybe toxic)
CRAPE MYRTLE - (not the same as myrtle)
CRATAEGUS PHAENOPYRUM
CRATAEGUS
CREPPING CHARLIE
CREEPING GLOXINIA
CREEPING JENNY
CREPPING MAHONIA
CREPPING PILEA
CREPPING RUBUS
CREEPING ZINNIA
CREPE MYTLE
CRESS
CRIMSON BOTTLEBRUSH
CRIMSON CUP
CRISP FEATHER FERN
CROSSANDRA
CROTON
CUCUMBER
CUSHION ALOE
CUSHION MOSS
CYRTUDEIRA RETANS

DAHILA
DALAS FERN
DAINTY
DANCING DOLL ORCHID
DANITY RABBIT-FOOT FREN
DANDELION
DATE palm
DEERS FOOT
Dill
DOGWOOD - Cornus
Donkey Tail
DOUGLAS FIR - Pseudotsuga
DRACAENA
DRAGON TREE
DUFFY FERN

EASTER CACTUS
EASTER CATTLEYA
EASTER LILY CACTUS
EASTER ORCHID
ECHEVERIA
EDIBLE BANANA
ELEPHANT-EAR BEGONIA
ELEPHANT FOOT TREE
ELK HORN
ELM - Ulmus
EMERALD RIPPLE PEPEROMIA
ENGLISH HAWTHORN
EPIDENDRUM
EPISCIA SPP
ESCALLONIA
EUCALYPTUS See Note C:
EUROPEAN FAN
FALSE ARALIA
FAIRY FOUNTAIN
FEATHERED AMARANTH
FENNEL
FIERY REED ORCHID
FIG LEAF GOURD
FIGLEAF PALM
FIG
FINGERNAIL PLANT
FIR - genus Abies (This must be dry and well aged with No Sap) Bark removed.
FIRE WEED
FISH TAIL FERN
FLAME AFRICAN VIOLET
FORESTER SENTRY PALM
FRECKLE FACE
FRIENDSHIP PLANT
FROSTY
FRUITLESS MULBERRY

GARDEN MARIGOLD
GARDEN SNAPDRAGON
GARDENIA
GARLIC (DO NOT FEED) Use with care.
GERMAN VOILET
GHERKINS
GHOST LEAFLESS ORCHID
GHOST PLANT
GIANT ASTER
GIANT HOLLY FERN
GIANT WHITE INCH PLANT
GIBASIS GENICULATA
GINKGO
GLOBE THISTLE
GLOXINIA
GOLD BLOOM
GOLD DUST DRACAENA
GOLD-FISH PLANT
GOLDEN BELLS
GOLDEN LACE ORCHID
GOLDEN SHOWER ORCHID
GOOD LUCK PALM
GRAPE HYACINTH
GRAPE IVY
GRAPE VINES
GRAPE PALM
GRATEWILLOW HERB
GREEN RIPPLE PEPEROMIA
GREENBRIER
GUAVA

HACKBERRY
HAGBRIER
HARDY BABY TEARS
HARDY GLAXINIA
HAWS
HAWS APPLE
HAWORTHIA
HAWTHORN - Crataegus
HAZELNUT
HEDGEHOG GOURD
HELLFETTER
HIBISCUS
HICKORY
HINDU ROPE PLANT
HOLLIGOLD
HOLLY FERN
HOLLY BERRIES (Berries Only)
HOLLYHOCK
HONEY LOCUST
HONEY PLANT
HONEYDEW MELONS
HONEYSUCKLE FUCHSIA
HOOKERA PULCHELLA
HORSE APPLE
HORSE BRIER
HOYA
HUBBARD SQUASH
HOWEIA
HYPOCYRTA SPP

ICE PLANT
IMBRICATA SWORD FERN
IMPATIENS
INDIAN HAWTHORN
IRISH MOSS
IRON CROSS BEGONIA
IRON TREE
IRONWOOD - apparently toxic leaves
IRNONBARK (Eucalyptus)
IVY PEPEROMIA
IVY-LEAF PEPEROMIA
IXORA

JACKSON BRIER
JACOBS LADDER
JACARANDA
JADE PLANT
JAPANESE ARALIA
JAPANESE HOLLY ERN
JAPANESE MOSS
JAPANESE PITTOSPORUM
JASMINE

JEWEL ORCHID
JOSEPHS GERANIUM
KAEMPFERIS
KAHALI GINGER
KALANCHOE
KANUKA
KENILWORTH IVY
KENTIA PALM
KENYA PALM
KENYA VIOLET KHAROUB
KING NUT
KING OF THE FORREST
KING & QUEEN FERN
KUANG-YEN PA-HSIEH
KUMQUAT

LADY PALM
LACE FLOWER VINE
LACEORCHID
LADIES EAR DROPS
LADY LOU
LARCH- Larix
LARGE LADY PALM
LAUREL-LEAVED GREEN BRIER
LEATHER EPEROMIA
LENG-FEN TU’AN
LEMON BALM
LEPOARD PALM
LESSER SNAPDRAGON
LILAC - Syringa
LILLYPILY (Monkey Apple) (Bush Tucker)
LINDEN
LIPSTICK PLANT
LIQUIDAMBER
LITTLE FANTASY PEPEROMIA
LITTLE ZEBRA PLANT
LIVING STONES
LOCUST PODS
LOU-LANG-T’OU
LUTHER
LOVAGE

MADRONA / MADRONE - Arbutus
MADAGASCAR JASMINE
MAGNOLIA
MAHONIA AQUIFOLUM
MAIDENHAIR
MALABAR GOURD
MALAYSIAN DRACAEMA
MANILA PLAM
MANUKA (Tea Tree) Refer notes
MAPLE - Acer - see Dr. Vaden's site
MAPLE LEAF BEGONIA
MANZANITA - Arctostaphylos
MAJORAM
MARANTA
MARBLED FINGERNAIL
MARIGOLD
MAROON
MAY APPLE
MARY-BUD
MEASLES PLANT
MEDITERRANEAN LAUREL
MELALEUCA (Paperbark Gum) (Bush Tucker)
MELONS
MESQUITE - remove sharp parts
METALIC PEPEROMIA
METALIC BEGONIA
MEXICAN FIRECRACKER
MEXICAN ROSETTES
MEXICAN SNOWBALLS
MIMOSA
MINITURE DATE PALM
MINITURE FISH TAIL
MINITURE MARANTA
MINITURE MARBLE PLANT
MINT
MISTLETOE CACTUS
MOCKERNUT HICKORY
MOCK ORANGE - Phladelphus
MONKEY PLANT
MORETON BAY FIG
MOSAIC PLANT
MOSAIC VASE
MOSES-IN-THE-CRADLE
MOSS AGATE
MOSS CAMPION
MOSS FERN
MOSS PHLOX
MOSSROSE
MOTHER FERN
MOTHER-IN-LAWS TONGUE
MOTHER FERN
MOTHER SPLEENWORT
MOTHER OF PEARL
MOUNTAIN CAMELLIA
MOUNTAIN ASH - Sorbus
MOUNTAIN GRAPE
MULBERRY - Morus
MULBERRY BUSH GREENBRIER
MUSA PARADISIACA
MUSCARI SPP
MUSKMELLON

NANDINA -common name is heavenly bamboo
NARROW LEAFED PLEOMELE
NASTURTIUM
NATEL PLUM
NEATHE BELLA PALM
NECTARINE
NEMATANTHUS SPP
NEANTHEBELLA
NEOREGELIA
NEPHROLEPSIS
NERVE PLANT NEW SILVER AND BRONSE
NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS
NORFOLK ISLAND PINE - Araucaria
NUT TREES - exclude chestnut and oak

ODONTGLOSSUM SPP.
OLD MAN CATUS
OLD WORLD ORCHID
ORANGE STAR
ORANGE - several sources lean toward safe
OREGANO
OREGON GRAPE - Mahonia
OSSIFRAGI VASE

PALMS See Note B:
PAPAYA (Paw Paw)
PARLOUR PALM
PARSLEY
PASSION FLOWER VINE
PAW PAW (Papaya)
PEACH
PEAR
PECAN
PEPEROMIA
PETUNIA
PHOTINIA
PINE - Pinus: see Dr. Vaden's site
PITTIOSPORUM
PITTIOSPORUM FRAGIPANI (NOT Plumeria which is Toxic)
PLUM
POHUTAKAWA
POLYPODY
PONY TAIL PALM
POPLAR - Populur
POTHOS
PRAYER PLANT
PRUN
PUSSY WILLOW - Salix
PURPLE PASSION
PURPLE WAFFLE PLANT
PURSLANE
PYGMY DATE
PYRACANTHA (Ripe Berries Only) )Firethorn)

QUEENS SPIDERWORT
QUEENCUP
QUEENSLAND ARROWROOT

RABBITSFOOT FERN
RAINBOW ORCHID
RAPHIOLEPSIS - Indian Hawthorn
REDBUD
RED AFRICAN VIOLET
RED BERRIED GREENBRIER
RED EDGED PEPEROMIA
RED HAWTHRON
RED-MARGINED DRACAENA
RED VEINED PRAYER
REED PALM
REX BEGONIA
RHAPIS
RHYNCHOPHORUM
RIBBONWOOD
ROOSEVELT FERN
ROSE - Rosa
ROEBELIN
ROQUETTE
ROSEMARY
ROYALVELVET PLANT
RUBBER PLANT - - Ficus elastica - see Dr. Vaden's site
RUSSIAN OLIVE

SAGE
SAGO PALM
SAFFRON SPIKE ZEBRA
SAND VERBENA
SASSAFRAS
SATIN PELLIONIA
SAVORY
SAWBRIER
SCABIOUS
SCALET ORCHID
SCALET SAGE
SCHEFFLERA
SENSITIVE PLANT
SENTRY PALM
SEQUOIA (Redwood)
SHAGBARK HICKORY
SHAN KU’EI –LAI
SHE OAK (Bush Tucker)
SHELLBARK HICKORY
SHINY LEAF SMILAX
SHRIMP CATUS
SILK TREE
SILVER BELL
SILVER BERRY
SILVER HEART
SILVER LEAF PEPEROMIA
SILVER NERVE PLANT
SILVER PINK VINE
SILVER STAR
SILVER TABLE FERN
SILVER TREE ANAMIGA
SLENDA DEUTZIA
SMALL FRUITED HICKORY
SAMILAX TAMNOIDES VAS
SPEARMINT
SPICE ORCHID
SPIDER IVY
SPIDER PLANT
SPIRAEA
SPOTTED LAUREL
SNAKE PLANT
SPIDER PLANT
SPRUCE - Picea
SQUARENUT
SQUIRRELS FOOT FERN
SUGAR CANE
STAGHORN FERN
STAGHORN SUMAC -(Rhus - not Toxicodendron - (see Dr. Vaden's site)
STRAWBERRY TREE -(Arbutus like Madrone)
STRIPPED BLUSHING
STAR JASMINE
STAR PLANT
STAR TULIP
STAR WINDOW PLANT
STRAWBERRY
STRING OF BEADS
SUGAR PODS
SUGAR CANE
SULFUR FLOWER
SUMMER HYACINTH
SWEDISH IVY
SWEET GUM - Liquidambar
SWORD FERN
SYCAMORE
TAHITIAN BRIDAL VEIL
TAILED ORCHID
TALL FEATHER FERN
TALL MAHONIA
TALA TREE
TARRAGON
TEA TREE (Manuka) refer Note A.
TEASEL GOURD
TEXAS SAGE
THANKSGIVING CATUS
THEA JAPONICA
THIMBLE CATUS
THISTLE
THURLOW
THORN APPLE
THYME
TI PLANT
TI HU-LING
TIGER ORCHID
TOAD SPOTTED CACTUS
TOUS-LES-MOIS
TI TOKI
TOYON TREE
TREE FERN
TRAILING PEPEROMIA
TREE CATUS
TREE GLOXINIA
TROPICAL MOSS
TRUE CANTALOPE
TU FU-LING
TULIP POLAR
TULIP TREE
TURBAN SQUASH

UMBRELLA PLANT
URBINA AGAVOIDES
USAMBARA VOILET

VERIGATED WANDERING JEW
VERIGATED WAX PLANT
VELET PLANT
VENUS FLY TRAP
VERONA FERN
VERONA LACE FERN
VIBURNUM
VINING PEPEROMIA
VIOLET
VINE MAPLE - Acer

WAFFLE PLANT
WALKING ANTHERICUM
WANDERING JEW
WASHINGTON HAWTHORN
WATER HICKORY
WATERMELON BEGONIA
WATERMELON PEPEROMIA
WATERMOLON PILEA
WATTLE (Note Hickory Wattle/Ironbark I have as Toxic)
WAX PLANT
WEEPING BOTTLEBRUSH
WEEPING SERGENT HEMLOCK
WEISDORNBLUTEN
WEST INDIAN GHERKIN
WESTERN SWORD
WHITE CLOVER
WHITE GINGER
WHITE EDGED SWEDISH IVORY
WHITE HEART HICKORY
WHITMAN FERN
WILD BUCKWHEAT
WILD HYACINTH
WILD LANTANA
WILD SARSAPARILLA
WILD STRAWBERRY
WINE PALM
WILLOW - Salix (Goat, Pussy & Weeping, Twisted)
WILLOW HERB
WIEGELA
WINDMILL PALM
WINTER CATTLYA
WITHERED SNAPDRAGON
WOOLFLOWER

YELLOW BLOODLEAF
YELLOW FLOWERED GOURD
YERBA LINDA
YUCCA

ZERRA HAWORTHIA
ZEBRA PLANT
ZINNIA SPP.
ZUCCHINI SQUASH

NOTES:
While most of the list has been cross referenced, some have not. A rule of thumb is to cross check before using anything.
Please be careful about contamination.
A: Manuka (Tea Tree in New Zealand) On one site the leaf is listed as (should be removed) Not true. Proven here in NZ that some of our birds enjoy chewing and they do get trace elements from the bark and leaf, that is beneficial to them.
Quote this comment "Not only do birds have the pleasure of natural recreation while stripping the branches of edible parts, they also get phytonutrients, trace elements of various minerals, and natural fiber needed for efficient digestion."
B: While most palm fruit is considered safe. There are a few listed as unsafe. Sago Palm nut. Betel Palm nut. Fish Tail Palm nut.
C: Eucalyptus: Please do your research, As far as I know at this stage No Eucalyptus is unsafe for birds..
While some are toxic to some animals.


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