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Become A Better Trainer

Teach your bird these 3 essentials.

By Rebecca K. O’Connor

Training your pet bird is a bonding experienceHave you stopped to take five and train your parrot lately? Whether your parrot is an old friend or new to you, no matter if he is a chick or no spring chicken, training enriches both of your lives. Maybe you think that training sounds too much like work and too little like play. Perhaps you believe what you need is more fun time with your parrot. Trust me. Training is fun. Turn off the television. Forget about the economy, and do something positive with your parrot. Teach him a few tricks that will last a lifetime.

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

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I subscribe to Bird Talk magazine. I just received the June issue. I didi not receive May. Can you please send me May?
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