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Colleen Zenk Pinter

“As The World Turns” star & cancer survivor shares what birds mean to her.

She might play villainess Barbara Ryan in the soap opera “As The World Turns,” but Colleen Zenk Pinter is a true bird lover. Along with Shetland sheepdogs, a Somali cat, an African pygmy hedgehog, Zenk Pinter has a large aviary with Lady Gouldian finches, orange cheeks, cordon blues, owl finches, shaft tails and diamond doves. She also has Sydney, a rose-breasted cockatoo.

**For the full article, pick up the April 2009 issue of BIRD TALK**

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