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Karl Lieberman, Contributor

Karl Lieberman, Contributor of
Karl G. Lieberman is a San Diego-based professional bird finder. He developed his knowledge of birds when he worked seven years as the bird buyer for one of the nation’s largest bird stores. During that time, he developed a particular interest in finches and canaries. After leaving the store, Lieberman created Avicopia, a business that helps locate unusual birds for private collectors. He worked a summer internship in the avian propagation center at the San Diego Zoo, where he learned about many rare bird species. For more than 30 years he has kept and bred many species of birds. When he’s not busy running Avicopia, he likes spending time with his other flock, which consists of his partner, Joe, and his feathered flock, which includes: a Timneh African grey parrot, two painted conures, a cockatiel, a tame Troupial and a wide variety of finches.

Keep The Peace Between Zebra Finch Pairs & Chicks
Help your zebra finch pairs stop bullying each other and picking feathers off their chicks with these pet bird tips.

How To Hand-Rear Finches
Hand-rearing baby finches is a delicate process and not for the inexperienced bird owner.

Cross-Fostering Chicks Using Society Finches
If your rare finches are not able to raise their babies properly, consider using society finches to cross-foster and help rasie the finch chicks.

Canary Pox Virus
Learn about the disease canary pox virus and how it affects pet canaries.

Birds USA - Easy on the Eyes
Finches, canaries, doves and pegeons offer more than pretty feathers

Interview With Doug Taylor
Doug Taylor, a finch breeder, has been working with finches for more than three years.

Fire Finches
Check out the fire finches, native to African grasslands.

Outfit An Outdoor Bird Aviary
Use these tips on flooring, plants, perching and decor to make your outdoor aviary bird safe.

The Best Finches For The Bird Aviary
Find out which finch pairs are great to mix together in your bird aviary.

A Look At Pet Canaries
Canaries are friendly pet birds, known for their singing, colors and body types.

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