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BIRD TALK Magazine 2008 Online Exclusives

Read these exclusives from the 2008 issues of BIRD TALK magazine.

December 2008
BIRD TALK magazine, December 2008

Cranberries & Birds
Learn the benefits of cranberries for birds. More>>

Care For An Abandoned Baby Cockatiel
Learn how to care for and feed unattended baby birds. More>>

What To Expect From Your Vet ...
And what your vet expects from you. More>>

Help! I Found A Wild Baby Parrot
What to do if you find a wild baby parrot. More>>


November 2008

Parrotlet Nesting Behavior
Learn about parrotlets and their nesting behaviors. More>>

Life With Senior Cockatiels
Cockatiel owners share stories of their experiences living with senior birds. More>>

Tani When A Bird's Caregiver Needs Care
Chronic illness doesn’t always mean you have to give up your birds. More>>

Pet Birds React To Their Owners
Parrots react toward their owners’ energy, including those of aggression and panic. More>>

October 2008

Your 15 Lory Questions Answered
Discover what sets lories apart from other parrots. More>>

Create A Compost Pile For Your Garden
Use leftovers and food scraps from you and your bird to make your compost pile. More>>

Tani Robar – Bird Trainer Extraordinaire
Learn more about bird trainer Tani Robar in BIRD TALK magazine’s exclusive interview. More>>

Offer Herbs To Pet Birds
Mix herbs into a meal or offer them fresh to your bird. More>>

September 2008

Bird Rescue Organizations Adapt to High Costs
Rising costs and more birds in need have caused bird rescue organizations to reassess finances to stay afloat. More>>

Alternative Methods To Administer Medication To Birds
An avian vet explains other methods used to medicate pet birds. More>>

Citrus Fruits, Acids & Your Bird
Learn how acidic citrus fruits affect you and your birds. More>>

Where To Find The Princess Parrot
A look at where the Princess parrot can be found in the wild. More>>

August 2008

Parrot Beaking Games 
Try these beaking games with your bird to encourage positive and friendly beak play. More>>

Lovebird Nesting Behavior 
Find out when lovebirds start showing nest behavior. More>>

Share A Spaghetti Squash With Your Bird 
Try our spaghetti squash recipe to make a healthy dish for you and your bird. More>>

Wild Quaker Parrot Nests 
Get an inside look at how quaker parrots build nests in the wild. More>>

July 2008

Bird-Safe Home Remodeling Tips 
Keep your bird’s safety in mind when remodeling your home. More>> 

Clean House, Healthy Bird 
Poor housekeeping could jeopardize your bird’s health & safety. More>> 

Etiology of PDD 
Researches take a look at possible causes of PDD. More>> 

Regent Parrot Habitats 
A closer look at regent parrots’ habitats in Australia. More>>

June 2008

Bird Owners With Bird Allergies 
Find out how to tell if you have bird allergies. More>> 

Great Bird Photo Tips 
Follow these tips to take great photos of your bird. More>> 

Maintaining Rope Perches 
Maintain your bird’s rope perches, and look for wear and tear. More>> 
Selling Tips For Bird Owners 
Bird owners don’t have to relocate pet birds to successfully sell a home. More>>


May 2008

Conure Interaction At Home 
Some conures interact with other birds differently in multiple bird homes. More>>
How Birds Destroy Their Cages 
From bendable bars to toys left in splinters, a bird’s home is nothing more than a giant chew toy. More>> 

Prevent PDD In Your Parrot 
Know the signs of this deadly bird disease. More>>
Introducing The Superb Parrot 
Learn more about this bird species. More>>


April 2008

Parents Pluck Baby Bird’s Feathers 
What action to take when parents pluck their baby birds’ feathers. More>> 

Ask The Right Questions (Find The Right Bird Vet) 
Find the right veterinarian for your bird with this guide. More>> 

Common Signs Of Hormonal Birds 
Look for these clues to your bird’s feelings. More>> 

Welcome Home Bird 
Eight tips to help your new bird feel at home. More>>


March 2008

Boarding vs. Bird-Sitters 
The advantages and disadvantages of boarding and bird-sitting. More>> 

Parrot Gear Tips 
Find out what to bring on your next bird expedition. More>> 

Take Great Bird Travel Photos 
Follow these tips to take great pictures of birds while on your own bird safari. More>> 

Co-Parenting Caique Chicks 
Information on breeding and hand-raising this bird species. More>>


February 2008

Light, You & Your Bird 
Learn about the components of light and how it helps your bird. More>> 

Bird-Safe Edible Flowers 
Grow these flowers for a colorful and tasty treat for your bird. More>> 

BIRD TALK Top Complaints 
Top complaints from BIRD TALK magazine editors and their birds. More>> 

Protect Your Bird From PBFD 
Helpful tips to protect your bird from psittacine beak and feather disease. More>>


January 2008

Bird Liver Basics 
Learn about a bird’s liver and how it functions. More>>
Healthy Meals For Your Bird 
Check out these cookbooks and make a healthy meal for your bird. More>> 

Signs Of An Overweight Bird 
Find out if your bird is overweight. More>> 

Parrot Omelet Recipe 
Make your bird this healthy breakfast. More>>
Safe Bird Flight 
Keep your bird safe during free-flight time. More>>

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