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Too Much Of A Good Thing?

Are you triggering the hormonal switch in your bird?

By Fern Van Sant, DVM

Certain types of excessive human behavior and interaction can trigger hormones

Our companion birds have evolved over long periods of time to function in their specific geographic environment. They commonly bring these behaviors along as part of their endearing, and occasionally maddening, personalities.

 **For the full article, pick up the July 2011 issue of BIRD TALK at your local retailer or by purchasing a PDF download here.**

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