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Re-Thinking The Lory Diet

A closer look at their natural diet can guide us to optimum health

By Debra McDonald, Ph.D.

Lories thrive on diets that mimic those of wild lorikeetsThere’s nothing I enjoy more than walking into my backyard and hearing a flock of lorikeets in the trees. Unfortunately, they are usually decimating the ripening figs or the nashi fruits, but at least they are easier on the ear than the sulphur-crested cockatoos that clearly announce their return to roost every night!

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

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