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The 10 Best Things You Can Do For Your Bird
     

The 10 Best Things You Can Do For Your Bird

by Elaine Radford
 
Here's real bird care based on real experiences from real people. I've put together a package of 28 of my most popular previously published articles from Bird Talk and Birds USA, including 8 surveys of more than 200 bird owners. You can feed, train, amuse, clean, house, and even understand your pet bird better with real information, stories, experiences, and tips

Overview

Here's real bird care based on real experiences from real people. I've put together a package of 28 of my most popular previously published articles from Bird Talk and Birds USA, including 8 surveys of more than 200 bird owners. You can feed, train, amuse, clean, house, and even understand your pet bird better with real information, stories, experiences, and tips from budgie, cockatiel, conure, parrot, finch, canary, and Pekin robin owners.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014168311
Publisher:
Peachfront Press
Publication date:
03/27/2012
Series:
the Radford pet bird care series , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
465 KB

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Meet the Author

I've lived with pet birds for 30 years, and I've traveled the planet to observe wild birds for almost 15 years. While I have never been a commercial breeder, I've successfully raised several species on a hobby level, to learn more about what makes birds happy enough to reproduce. As a writer for Bird Talk magazine, I had the privilege of being asked to compile several reader surveys, where Bird Talk readers could share their own experiences with their birds. I also wrote six books for T.F.H. Publications, including titles on cockatiels, budgies, finches, and talking birds. My favorite species is the Peachfront Conure, which I have bred several times. In April 2011, I was fortunate enough to be able to travel to Bolivia to observe this charming species in its wild habitat. My husband and I currently share our home with four twentysomething Peachfront Conures and a fortysomething Yellow-Crowned Amazon.

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