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The BirdChannel Newswire - December 9, 2008

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Posted: December 9, 2008, 8:45 p.m. EDT

Why Birds Lay Different Clutch Sizes
One egg or ten eggs? A new study suggests an answer, reports UC San Diego News Center. Read More>>

Police Run Out Of Leads On Bird Thief
A man who stole a Jenday Conure from Petco is still not caught a month later despite security footage of his face, reports MyFox Orlando. Read More>>

Training Is Now Available For Rescue Volunteers
For people interested in how to help birds or other wildlife in a natural emergency such as the Cosco Busan oil spill, training is now available, reports Mercury News. Read More>>

A Hotel For Parrots Has Opened
While you go on your vacation, you can drop your parrot off at the Pretty Polly Hotel, a vacation spot for parrots, reports Great Yarmouth Mercury. Read More>>

Legislation Is Pending To Remove Quakers As Dangerous
In New Jersey, it is currently up for vote if Quakers will be removed from the list of dangerous species, along with black bears, reports The New York Times. Read More>>

A Parrot Dies From Grief
One of three parrots donated to a city farm was stolen, and one of the others grieved so heavily from the loss of his friend that he passed away, reports Barking & Dagenham Post. Read More>>

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The article on clutch sizes was very interesting.
Dee, Sandy Valley, NV
Posted: 4/29/2010 10:27:20 AM
Great articles
Dan, Sandy Valley, NV
Posted: 1/17/2010 7:51:38 AM
the clucth sizes thing is cool
lia, des moines, IA
Posted: 1/1/2009 5:46:31 AM
I would like to find out what went into setting up the parrot hotel, would that be a viable business here? Having a quaker, I am happy to hear that New Jersey is considering protectiive legislation. I do not know what drives people to steal. Haing a pet without training and information is dangerous to the pet. I pray both stolen birds are returned to where they belong.
Karen, Lansing, MI
Posted: 12/14/2008 5:19:36 PM
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