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Bird Talk - December 2006
December 2006

The Avian Tongue
Take a look at your bird’s tongue, and you’ll notice that it bears little resemblance to that of a   cat, dog or human.
By Susan Chamberlain

Get Cooking!
Bake it, shake it, soak it —  food your bird will love.
By Rebecca Sweat

BIRD TALK’s 2006 Guide To New Food Items & Supplements
Compiled by Rose Gordon

Changing Tastes
As our table selections become healthier, so do our birds’ diets.
By Marguerite Floyd

The Layered Salad
This conversion diet will make your bird want to dive in.
By Pamela Clark, CPBC


Your Bird, Your World
Lights, Camera, Action!
By Susan Chamberlain

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Hot Finds
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Avian Flair
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Causes & Cures
Alternative Food Choices
By Margaret A. Wissman, DVM, Dip. ABVP – Avian Practice

Heart To Heart
Comfort Foods That Nourish
By Chris Davis

Parrot Psychology
Goodbye Hand Phobias
By Liz Wilson, CVT, CPBC

Small Birds
Smart Cleaning Strategies
By Diane Grindol

What Is Cuttlebone?
By Dick Schroeder

Doves & Pigeon Focus
Introducing The Turtle-Dove
By Robert Alison, Ph.D.


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