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Have Bird, Can Travel

Five Quick tips to RV travel

By Jeanne Marie Erwin

Can you hear it? That sound beckoning you is the call of the open road. Summer summons millions of Americans to the asphalt every year for road trips, sightseeing and more. And what better way to do this than in your very own recreational vehicle? Yes ... you too can RV!

An RV — with its home-on-wheels design — might just be the perfect way to make your bird feel comfortable while away from home. “They like to go,” said Cheryl Rose, director of the annual Parrot Festival in Houston, TX, who travels regularly with her three birds. “Kiwi, my Hahn’s macaw, gets excited every time we start packing up the RV.”
To get you excited to take your flock on the road, we break RVing down for you:

Don’t Own An RV? Rent One!
So you can’t afford an RV ...  no problem! You can rent one. But before you and your bird hop on board an RV, there are a few considerations.

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

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