American Yew (Taxus Canadensis), Amaryllis, Autumn Crocus (Meadow Saffron), Avocado, Azalea, Balsam Pear, Baneberry (Actaea Species), Bean Plants, Bird of Paradise, Bittersweet Nightshade (Solanum Dulcamara), Black Elderberry (Note: not the berry), Black Locust (Robinia Pseudoacacia), Bleeding Heart, Bloodroot (Sanguinario), Blue Green Algae, Boxwood, Bracken Fern, Broccoli (in large amounts), Buckthorn (Rhamnus), Bulb Flower (most), Burdock, Buttercup (Ranunculus), Caladium, Calla Lily (Zantedeschia Aethiopica), Castor Bean (Castor Oil Plant), Chalice Vine, Cherry Plants (not pulp of fruit), Christmas Candle (Pedilanthus Tithymaloides), Christmas Cherry (Berries), Clematis (Clematis), Coffee Plants (note: coffee trees are safe), Comfrey, Coral Plants, Cowslip (Caltha), Crotacaria Sp., Crown Vetch, Cycads, Daffodil, Daphne (Daphne), Datura (Berries), Delphinium, Death Amanita, Dieffenbachia, Dumb Cane (Dieffenbachia), Egg Plants, Elderberry, Elephant's Ear (Taro), English Holly (Ilex Aquifolium), English Ivy, English Yew (Taxus Baccata), Eucalyptus (Some Species of and the Chemicals to Treat Non-Live Plants), Euonymus, Evergreen (most), False Hellebore, Felt Plant, Firethorn, Flame tree, Fly Agaric Mushrooms, Foxglove, Golden Chain (Laburnum Anagyroides), Heliotrope, Hemlock, Henbane (Hyoscyamun Niger), Holly, Honey Locust, Honeysuckle, Horse Beans, Horse Chestnut (Aesculus), Hyacinth, Hydrangea, Indian Turnip (Arisaema Triphyllum), Iris (iris), Ivy, Japanese Yew, Jack in the Pulpit (Arisaema Triphyllum), Jasmine, Java Bean (Glorybean), Jerusalem Cherry, Jimson weed (Datura), Juniper, Lantana, Lakespure (Delphinium), Laurels, Lily of the Valley, Lobelia, Locoweed (Astragalus Mollissimus), Locusts, Lords and Ladies (Arum), Lupine, Marijuana (Canibus Rectus), May Apple (Podophyllum), Mescal Bean, Milkweed, Mistletoe Berries (Santalales), Mock Orange, Monkshood (Aconitum), Moonseed, Morning Glories (Ipomoea), Mountain Laurel (Kalmia Latifolia), Narcissus, Nettles, Nightshades, Nutmeg (Myristica Fragrans), Oak, Oleander, Periwinkle, Philodendron, Pigweed, Poinsettia, Poison Hemlock, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Pokeweed (Phytolacca Amaricana), Potato (new shoots - Peelings - Green Looking Potatoes), Privet, Purple Foxglove, Purple Sesbane, Rain Tree, Red Maple, Rhodedendron, Rhubarb (Rheum Rhaponticum) (leaves), Rosary Peas (Abrus Precatorius), Sandbox Tree, Skunk Cabbage, Snowdrop (Galanthus Nivalis), Snowflake (Leucoium Vernum), Snow On The Mountain, Sorrel Spurges, Spindle Tree (berries), Spurges, Sweet Pea (Lathyrus Latifolius), Tobacco (Nicotiana), Tomato (Leaves & Stems Only), Vetch, Virginia Creeper, Water Hemlock (Cicuta Maculata), Wattle, Western Yew (Taxus Breviflora), White Cedar, Wisteria, Yam Bean and Yew.
Bird Safe Plants
Acacia, African Violets, Aloe plants, Baby's tears, Bamboo, Begonia, Bougainvillea, Burro's Tail, Chickweed, Christmas Cactus, Coffee tree (note coffee plants are toxic), Coleus, Corn plant, Crab Apple, Dandelion, Dogwood, Donkey tail, Dracaena, Edible Fig, Ferns, Figs, Gardenia, Grape Ivy, Hens and Chickens, Jade Plant, Kalanchoe, Magnolia, Marigolds, Monkey Plant, Nasturitum, Norfolk Island Pine, Palms, Petunia, Pittosporum, Prayer Plant, Rubber Tree Plant, Schefflera, Sensitive Plant, Spider Plant, Swedish Ivy, Thistle, Wandering Jew, White Clover and Zebra Plants.
Black Locust, Cherry Tree (Prunus), Hemlock (Conium Maculatum), Honey Locust (Gleditsia Triacathos), Oleander, Sandbox Tree, Yellow be still Tree (Yellow Oleander) and the Yew tree.
Bird Safe Trees
American Arbor Vitae (Thuja Occidentalis), Australian Pine (Pinus Nigra), Bamboo (Sinarundinaria), Beech (Fagus Sylvatica), Boxwood (Buxus Sempervirens), Broom (Sarothamnus Scoperius), Buddleia (Buddleia Davidii), Climbing Rose (Rosa Multiflora), Cotoneaster, English Hawthorn (Crataegus Monigyna), English Holly (Ilex Aquifolium), European Elderberry (Sambucus Nigra), European Elderberry (Carpinus Betulus), European Larch (Larix Decudua), Ivy (Hedera Helix), Japanese Spirea (Spirea Japonica), Juniper (Juniperus Communis), Chinese Cedar (Thuja Orientalis), Oriental Cedar (Thuja Orientalis), Privet (Liguster Vulgare), Red Ribes (Ribes Sanguinen) and the Willow (Salix).
Poisoning First Aid
Remove the poison, keep bird quite, keep bird warm, call your Veterinarian, collect samples of the plant, recent dropping, and vomit. If no Veterinary care is possible and the bird is still conscious, give the bird Activated Charcoal mixed with a little mineral oil and water (just enough to make a paste). Dosage as follows: Small birds such as Finches, Canaries, Budgies - 4 drops by a medicine dropper; Medium birds such as Cockatiels, Conures, Doves - 1/4 teaspoon by a medicine dropper; Large birds such as Amazons, Macaws, Cockatoos - 1 teaspoon by a medicine dropper. STOP IMMEDIATELY if you have any problems administrating the medicine. Remember your Veterinarian can accomplish much more by giving your bird an antidote (if any), oxygen therapy, crop flushing (to remove poison), Tube feeding, corticosteroid injections, and more depending on the type of plant ingested. It is very helpful to have a prior working relation with a Avian Certified Veterinarian before you really need them.