Parrot Alert.com

Mar

10

2012

Hello folks, Since the aim of this blog is to inform and educate, I try to give you readers as many resources as possible. This is why we have recently added information from parrotalert.com to the sidebar of each blog post. This widget is a 10 most recent lost and found list from the Parrot Alert website....

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The Alex Foundation’s New Website

Mar

6

2012

Just in case you haven’t noticed, The Alex Foundation has a spiffy new website. Amazon Art & Design donated the website makeover as a part of their yearly charitable contributions. I highly recommend checking out this extreme makeover, and letting them know how much you like it. While you...

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Ghosts of Birds Gone Past

Sep

9

2011

Article originally posted on UTV-News Ambitious multimedia art project will bring together works inspired by extinct birds from high-profile musicians, writers and poets They are all, alas, bleeding demised, passed on, no more, ceased to be, bereft of life and resting in peace. Like Monty Python’s...

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Fans Flock to See Famous Kakapo

Sep

5

2011

This was originally posted on the Dominion Post website. One of only 131 kakapo in the world, Sirocco is being flown to Wellington by the Conservation Department on a special assignment as part of his role as conservation spokesbird.An audience with everyone’s favourite frisky parrot will cost...

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Troy, Ohio Bird Rescue Situation

Aug

10

2011

If you haven’t already heard, there is a huge rescue situation happening in Troy, Ohio. The following is an article from UPI.com TROY, Ohio, Aug. 8 (UPI) — A veterinarian is asking for help in removing as many as 60 exotic birds from a condemned house in Troy, Ohio, they say are being mistreated. Daniel...

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AFA Fundamentals of Aviculture

Jul

22

2011

The American Federation of Aviculture has recently released their Intermediate level of their online Aviculture course. Offered in 15 chapters that cover a range of topics, including: Conservation and research Courtship and nesting Basic avian genetics Color mutations Hybrids Breeding Stimuli Incubation Hand-rearing Non-parrot...

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Angus the Eclectus Returned to Owner

Jul

6

2011

It was brought to my attention earlier this week that Angus the Hi-Speed Eclectus was returned to his owner. “”The case involving the highly publicised “Angus the eclectus parrot” was resolved today in Frankston Magistrates Court. For the past three months, RSPCA Victoria Inspectors have...

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Angus the High Speed Parrot

May

26

2011

Angus is a male eclectus parrot who became famous after his video premier on YouTube. Unfortunately his fame was not due to his good looks, talking ability, tricks performed,  or for just being cute. Instead, the videos are of Angus hanging on to a windshield wiper for dear life as the car to which...

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The Flight of Cornelius Cockatoo: A Fable for Children and Adults

May

18

2011

A New Children’s Book About Parrots and Their Conservation, Inspired by a Life-Changing Experience San Francisco Bay Area, California (PRWEB) May 05, 2011 1997 was a turning point in the life Dr. Stewart Metz. Until then, he had followed the typical route for a physician practicing Medicine in the...

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Rio: Based on a True Story

Apr

14

2011

Imagine, for a moment, being one of the last of our species…it’s pretty hard to fathom. There would be no one else for miles around, and you’d be very lonely. That is how it was for Presley, a lone Spix’s Macaw living in a Colorado living room. He was one of the last of his kind. There...

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