Cockatiel.com - Harmful Plants

If you think that your cockatiel may have ingested a potentially poisonous plant or substance, call your avian vet or the ASPCA at (888) 426-4435. They are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. A $65 consultation fee may be applied to your credit card.

You can also print the complete Harmful Plants List here

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G

P

Aconite Ghostweed Peach (Leaves, twigs, seeds)
Agaric Mushroom Glory Bean Pear seeds
Alacia Ground Cherry Pencil Tree
Amaryllis bulbs   Periwinkle
American Yew Apple (Seeds)

H

Philodendron
Apricot (Pits and Bark) Henbane Fly Pigweed
Autumn Crocus Honeysuckle Pine (Needles, twigs, sap)
Avocado Horsetail Pointsetta
Azalea Balsam Hyacinth Poison Ivy
  Hydrangea Poison Oak

B

I

Pokeweed
Baneberry root Indian Licorice Potato (eyes, new shoots)
Bird of Paradise Indian Turnip Pyracantha
Black Locust Inkberry

R

Bleeding Heart Iris Ranunculus
Blue Flag

J

Red Maple
Bluebonnet Jack-in-Pulpit Rhubarb
Blue-green Algae Jasmine Rosary Peas
Boxwood Java Bean

S

Bracken Fern Jimsonweed Saffron
Broomcorn Grass Juniper Sandbox Tree
Buckeye

L

Scarlet
Buttercup Lantana Skunk Cabbage
  Laurel Snowdrop

C

Lily of the Valley Spindle Tree
Cabbage Lima bean Sweet Pea - seeds
Caffeine Lobelia

T

Caladium Locoweed Lords Taro
Calla Lily Lupines Thornapple
Candelabra Tree

M

Tobacco
Cardinal Flower Mandrake Tomato All green parts
Castor Bean Mango Tree - wood,leaves,rind-(fruit safe) Trumpet
Chalice Vine Marijuana

V

Cherry (Leaves, twigs, seeds, pits) Marsh Marigold Virginia Bower Coral
Chestnut Mayapple Virginia Creeper
Chinaberry Tree Meadow

W

Christmas Candle Mescal Beans Water Hemlock
Clematis Mistletoe Western Yew
Cowslip Mock Orange Wisteria
Croton Monkshood  
Crown of Thorns Morning Glory  
  Mountain Laurel  

D

Mushrooms  
Daffodil

N

 
Daphne Narcissus  
Datura Nightshade  
Deadly Amanita Nutmeg  
Death Camas

O

 
Dumb Cane Oak (Foliage, acorns)  
  Oleander  

E

Onion  
Eggplant    
Elderberry    
Elephants Ear    
English Ivy    
Ficus    
Firethorn    
Foxglove