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2014 BIRD TALK Annual
2014 BIRD TALK Annual

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Part Of The Family
By Chris Davis
Setting boundaries and understanding your bird's body language will lead to a successful human-parrot relationship.

Get Ready To Play!
By Nikki Moustaki
Find out why play is so important for your bird.

Cage Rage
By Susan Chamberlain
A bird and her cage aren't always a match made in heaven.  Find out what to do when your bird suddenly starts hating the cage.

Keep Your Bird Healthy
By Margaret A. Wissman, DVM
With the right environment, enrichment and health care, your parrot can live happily and healthily for years.

Be Your Parrot's Teacher
By Sally Blanchard
Teach your parrot to be well-behaved with games and instructional interaction.

Parrot Nutrition Breakdown
By Laurie Hess, DVM
Find out how proteins, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals work in your bird's body.

Do Not Feed
By BIRD TALK Annual Editors
There are some items that need to stay off the menu.

Memo to Parker, Pepper & Nyla
By Patricia Sund
Subject: The Annual Review

Lost Bird?
By CB Buckley
Find out what to do if your parrot accidentally flies off.

Beyond The Basics
By BIRD TALK Annual Editors
These additional bird products can make you and your bird's life easier.

Off To The Show!
By Lisa A. Bono, ACPBC
Here are 10 great reasons to head out to a bird show or convention.

Find An Avian Vet
By Jessica Pineda
Follow these tips to find a great avian veterinarian.

Gender Matters
By Krystle Bartholomew
Why you should DNA tets your bird.

Sunlight & Sleep
By Lara Crigger
What you need to know about your bird's day-night cycle.

A Pet Bird For Everyone
By Sue Anderson
They may not be the most popular, but these birds make great pets too.

Birds & Other Pets
By Laura Doering
If you have a multi-pet household, find out how to keep your bird safe.

Your New Bird
Find the perfect bird for you and your family with our pet bird guide.

Green-Cheeked Conures
By Katie ten Hagen
This energetic little parrot makes a great family bird.

By Katie ten Hagen
The most popular bird in the United States will charm her way into your heart.

Congo African Greys
By Katie ten Hagen
In a low-key home, this intelligent parrot makes a great parrot.

Blue-And-Gold Macaws
By Katie ten Hagen
Meet this loud, mischievous parrot that is full of energy.

By Katie ten Hagen
The most popular bird in the world will make a great pet for any age group.

Umbrella Cockatoos
By Katie ten Hagen
This sweet, affectionate parrot is not for every person, but she can make a great pet.

Blue-Fronted Amazons
By Katie ten Hagen
One of the best talkers in the parrot family has a bit of a temper
but still makes a great family bird.

Senegal Parrots
By Katie ten Hagen
Shy one moment, outgoing the next, Senegal parrots pack a lot of energy into a little body.

Peach-Faced Lovebirds
By Katie ten Hagen
These birds are a big bird in a little body.

Indian Ring-Necked Parakeet
By Katie ten Hagen
These colorful birds may not be the most cuddly of parrots, but they are great talkers.

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Editor's Letter
2014 BIRD TALK Annual Photo Contest Winners
Gallery/Directory of Breeders
Advertiser Index
Bird Terms
Kids Talk Back
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