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Anastasia Thrift

BIRD TALK Magazine and BirdChannel.com

Anastasia Thrift

Currently the managing web editor for CAT FANCY Magazine and CatChannel.com, Anastasia Thrift has written about pets, their health and their habitats from gardens to cages for 10 years. She has contributed to CatChannel.com, CAT FANCY, BirdChannel.com, BIRD TALK, Birds USA, Critters USA, Rabbits USA, Ferrets, Ferrets USA, Ponds Magazine, Ponds USA, Koi World and Water Garden News.

Before writing and editing pet articles, Thrift worked in public relations in New York and San Francisco.  She now lives in the Los Angeles area, in another urban setting. With that combined experience — schlepping stuff without a car, living in small spaces, dealing with cozy neighbors — she really tries to put the “City” into “City Kitty,” the arm of CatChannel.com launched in 2011.
 
Follow Anastasia on Twitter (@CityKittyNews).

 




Pet Birds & Hormones
Common signs that hormones are affecting your pet bird.

Pet Bird Wellness Signs
Check for signs of wellness — e.g., nutrition, weight, environment, appearance, exercise levels — and take these tips to heart for excellent pet bird health.

Bird Housing Accessories - The Bird Perch Equation
Want to find out the best bird perch size for your pet bird? Break out the rulers and calculators — there's a math equation for it.

Food On The Go For Traveling Pet Birds
Pack these foods while traveling with your pet bird.

Pet Bird Tidying Tips
These bird-friendly tips for tidiness can help you during spring cleaning.

The Persecuted Quaker Parrot
It is said naturalized quaker parrots interfere with power lines and agriculture, but evidence shows otherwise.

My Cockatiel Laid An Egg, So Now What?
The egg-laying process takes a toll on the female cockatiel's health, so find out what you can do to help her.

Import And Export Laws Apply To Pet Bird Owners
Increasing fees apply to pet parrot transport across U.S. borders.

Train Your Bird To Fly To A Target
Follow this step-by-step guide to teaching your pet bird how to fly to a target.

Train Your Bird To Step Up
Although basic, when it comes to bird training, the step-up command is essential. Find out how to train the step up in this article.

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