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BIRD TALK Magazine 2009 Online Exclusives


December 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, December 2009 
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Is Your Bird An Introvert Or An Extrovert?
Take this quiz to gauge whether your bird is an introvert or an extrovert.

9 Essential Playground Rules for Parrots
Follow these "Playground Rules" when your pet birds are playing.More>>

Be Your Bird’s Personal Shopper
Be your pet bird’s personal shopper with these tips.


November 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, November 2009 
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Spoiled Bird Quiz
Is your pet bird spoiled? Take the spoiled bird quiz to find out.

9 Essential Playground Rules for Parrots
Follow these "Playground Rules" when your pet birds are playing.More>>

The Quick-And-Easy Edible Perch Swing
Make an edible perch for your pet bird.


October 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, October 2009 
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When Your Pet Bird Bites
Learn what to do and not to do when your pet bird bites you.

Bird Feather Growth & Health
Learn about how a bird’s feather develops and how feathers are damaged by feather plucking. More>>

Welcome A Pet Dove Or Pigeon
Pet doves and pigeons are great pet birds for bird lovers.



September 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, September 2009 
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Birdie Pizza
Make a delicious, bird-friendly pizza for your pet parrot.

Taming Vs. Training Quiz
Take our quiz to find what taming and training are all about.

Are Pencils & Erasers Safe For Your Pet Bird?
Pet birds like chewing pencils and erasers, but parts of it can be toxic.



August 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, August 2009 
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The 30-Second Parrot Toy
Got 30-seconds? Make this fun and no-cost toy for your pet bird.

Games & Activities For High-Energy Parrots
Play these games with your high-energy bird.

Make A Smoothie For Your Pet Bird
Give your pet parrot a cool treat this summer by making a smoothie.



July 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, July 2009 
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Download A Do Not Disturb Sign For Your Parrot
Hang this sign to give your flock some downtime.

Bird Bracelet
Make a bracelet for your bird while it’s perched on your hand.

Download Our Overnight Guest Card
Have guests follow these simple house rules so everyone feels right at home around your bird. More>>

Travel Tips For You And Your Bird
Good tips to keep in mind before you attempt to travel with your bird.


June 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, June 2009 
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Taming Of The 'Tiel Webisode
Tips for taming your cockatiel.

Outdoor Frights And Sights
Download our poster of things that might scare your bird while it's outside with you.

What To Clean This Spring
Download our spring cleaning checklist. More>>

Berry Bonanza
Bring out the berries for your bird in this colorful recipe.


May 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, May 2009
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I Found A Lost Bird
How to care for a found lost bird.

The Psittacula Parakeets
Readers rave about these often overlooked parakeets.

Parrot Gender Quiz: Think You Know Your Parrot’s Gender?
Take our quiz to see if your parrot’s gender has you fooled. More>>

Spicy Rice & Bean Mix
Delight your bird with this spicy, colorful dish!


April 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, April 2009
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Zoo’s Encourage Breeding In Rare Parrots
Parrots at Chester Zoo enter a “dating program” to increase breeding.

Bird Beak Care
Consult your avian veterinarian when it comes to caring for your bird’s beak.

Download A Quarantine Check List
Follow this check list for quarantining your new bird. More>>

To Breed Or Not To Breed Cockatiels
What every potential breeder should know before breeding cockatiels.

March 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, March 2009
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How To Effectively Lobby For Or Against Legislation Affecting Parrots
Learn about what being a lobbyist for a parrot cause entails.

Taking Pet Birds To Mexico
Guide to forms and permits needed for moving to Mexico with your birds.

Winter Care Tips
How to care for your pet bird during winter. More>>

Counting Wild Parrots
Parrot population numbers help conservationists identify parrot population trends.

February 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, February 2009
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Eclectus For The Eclectic
Eclectus owners tell what it’s like to be owned by these rare beautiful parrots. More>>

Wild Flocks of Peach-Faced Lovebirds Thrive in Arizona
Residential areas in Arizona boast hundreds of wild peach-faced lovebirds. More>>

See The New Christmas E-Cards
Check out what holiday adventures Zeus gets himself into this year. More>>

60th Annual National Cage Bird Show
Check out BirdChannel's coverage of the 2008 National Cage Bird Show. More>>

January 2009

BIRD TALK magazine, January 2009 
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The Kea Parrot: New Zealand's Distinct Bird
The endangered kea parrot is known for its distinctive physical and behavorial traits. More>>

BIRD TALK’s Food Toys
Learn how to make fun, edible food toys for your bird. More>>

Garden Vegetables For Your Pet Bird
Not only are garden vegetables good for people, they're also good for pet birds. More>>

Bird Food Pyramid
Download a food pyramid chart for your pet bird. More>>

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