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The BirdChannel Newswire - July 18, 2008

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Posted: July 18, 2008, 5 a.m. EDT

Scientists Discover "World's First Bird"
Experts unveil "flying" reptile from 235 million years ago as "world's first bird," reports the Times of India. Read Now>>

Landcare, Greening Groups Install Parrot Nesting Boxes
Two groups have installed eight parrot nesting boxes along an Australian creek, reports The Advertiser. Read Now>>

Man Gets Six Months Behind Bars For Stealing African Grey Parrot
An exotic pet shop owner says the drug-addicted thief who took an African grey parrot needs a longer jail sentence, reports the Epsom Guardian. Read Now>>

African Grey Parrot Returned Home After Flying Over Cricket Match
An African grey parrot returns home after a family friend sees the bird flying over a cricket ground, reports the Halifax Evening Courier. Read Now>>

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