by Tony Sánchez
http://www.tonysanchezart.com Blue Throated Macaw and many others.
Progress in Understanding Proventricular Dilatation Disease
Pooh" is on Coffee Mugs, T-shirts, Tote bags, Note Cards, and can be put on just about anything. This picture was done from a baby Umbrella named Pooh in the "porcupine" stage of development! The caption reads "Don't bother me, I'm having a bad feather day!". You can get your mug done with a picture of your bird on it. Go to http://www.treasuredfeathers.com/
to see more of Treasured Feathers Aviary & Art Works.
Up at Six Avian Site with
information on Avian Articles, mailing lists and behaviors, plus more.
Vet Talk questions answered by Veterinarian Dr. Rosskopf and Chris Davis Avian Behaviorist
Bird Breeder On-Line. Features
breeding, health and more.
Birds n Ways. Sites &
information about a species of pet parrots or exotic birds. Wonderful articles by the top
breeders in the world. Toys, information, articles and any information you might want.
Birds n Ways Winged Wisdom. A
magazine online for exotic birds & pet parrots. Articles on the care & Breeding of
pet birds, pet parrots & exotic birds.
Update paper by Dr. Branson Ritchie presented at M.A.R.E. summer 1998. It also briefly covers PBFD and Polyomavirus. It may help with some questions. http://www.bevscape.com/mare/BransonRitchiePDDupdate.htm
The North American Cockatiel
A wonderful link for everything you
wanted to know about Cockatoos.
Please help that lost bird find his
way back home
Some excellent resources to learn
about your bird and to meet other bird people. Many friends have been made on these lists.
One of the best pages on Cockatiels I have seen http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/2117/
Here are the sites provided by Nancy O that have information about safe/unsafe things you would want to know.. Does anyone have any others to add?
Great information on abundance
If you want to find a certified vet go to www.upatsix.com/vet-lookup and find a state and it will list the vet I don't know how current this list is but it's a start
Bird Talk online http://www.petchannel.com/birds/default.asp
A Tail of Fire" Limited edition African Grey art print by Jean Pattison "The African Queen" http://www.parrottalk.com/art.htm
Article about wing clipping. Explanation and a diagram explaining the clip at a link from http://www.ParrotTalk.com in the "articles" section. The article is entitled "Wingclipping & the African Grey."
Article in Winged Wisdom by Bobbi Brinker about switching a bird from seeds to pellets. WW is at http://www.birdsnways.com/wisdom/ww26e.htm
Avian Behaviorist you can contact:
Liz Wilson: :Lwilsoncvt@aol.com
Sam Foster: : Cocka2s@aol.com
Recipes for your birds: http://www.parrottalk.com/recipes.html
Wonderful Articles just about everything you would want to know: http://www.parrottalk.com/articles.html
Annual Well Bird Exam by Dr. Lisa Paul http://www.birdsnways.com/wisdom/ww10eii.htm
Life after Weaning by Bobbi Brinker http://www.birdsnways.com/wisdom/ww6e.htm
Hazards and care of your bird
A Site with more
information then you can hope for. Plan to stay awhile.
One of the best books
on care and nuturing and feeding of a Grey Parrot. Written by Bobbi Brinker
For the Love of Greys
Brinkers way of growing sprouts
I like short tails on the sprouts. If they are too long, then the
sprouts will be bitter.
Most often I soak the sprout mix in water - starting in the early
afternoon. I rinse them and change the water several times during the
day; then soak them in fresh water overnight. In the morning, I drain
off the water, rinse well, and give to the birds.
If I start the sprouts earlier in the day, then I do the same thing
until I go to bed. Then I rinse well and put the jar on an angle
overnight. Then in the morning, I rinse well and give them to the birds.
http://www.missingpet.net/anlost.html Site to report missing pets. It is national and international.
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