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Up In The Air

Clean air is a breeze for you and your bird.

By Robirda McDonald

Birds are naturally adapted to clean airAir quality is one of those things we often overlook. Parrots are designed to live in an environment where the natural action of the weather would help to keep air relatively clean, but that is not the case in our homes. It is up to us to see that the air our pet birds breathe is as clean as possible.

**For the full article, pick up the June 2010 issue of BIRD TALK**

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