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The BirdChannel Newswire - August 29, 2008

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Posted: August 29, 2008, 5 a.m. EDT

African Grey Parrot Reunited With Family
A missing African grey parrot was reunited with its owners after another family read about his disappearance in an article, reports the Evening Post. Read Now>>

Indian Ring-necked Parakeets Flock To The UK
Its estimated taht almost 5,000 Indian Ring-necked parakeets have taken up residency in the south east of England, reports the Watford Observer. Read Now>>

Students Travel To Australia To Help Orange-bellied Parrots
A group of students traveled to Australia to help build fences, plant trees and provide food for the dwindling population of orange-bellied parrots, reports The Mount Airy News. Read Now>>

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It's great that they got there African Gray back.
Dee, Sandy Valley, NV
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i wish i could travel to help birds
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