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I don't know the answer as I have never given herbs actually I never really even thought of it till I saw your post, I am curious now though...lol
 

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They can have parsley, i know that one. Hold on, i have a list somewhere!

Basil
Bear's garlic
Borage
Burnet
Carrot
(green parts) Chervil
Chives
Coriander (green parts)
Cress
Dill
Fennel(green parts)
Lovage
Marjoran
Mint
Oregano
Parsley
Purslane
Roquette
Rosemary
Sage
Savory
Tarragon
Thyme

Those were in a document of bird safe foods i've got on my computer.
 

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My guys look at any herb as though it's their owners latest attempt at poisoning them. :p I might try parsley again though.
 

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They can have parsley, i know that one. Hold on, i have a list somewhere!

Basil
Bear's garlic
Borage
Burnet
Carrot
(green parts) Chervil
Chives
Coriander (green parts)
Cress
Dill
Fennel(green parts)
Lovage
Marjoran
Mint
Oregano
Parsley
Purslane
Roquette
Rosemary
Sage
Savory
Tarragon
Thyme

Those were in a document of bird safe foods i've got on my computer.
Thanks for sharing that Bea I never even thought of herbs as an option till birdieness posted the thread
 

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I'm going to get some parsley and maybe another type of herb to try to get the birds to eat. :p Some variety from the standard bok choy, broccoli and carrot would be nice.
 

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I offered them some last night, and some this afternoon. Last night it went ignored, and today they had a little nibble. It wasn't devoured with enthusiasm though. More like "mum, can't we just have the usual". ;)
 
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