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The BirdChannel Newswire - March 18, 2009

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Posted: March 18, 2009, 1:45 p.m. EDT

Police Investigating Dumping Of Decapitated Birds
Six decapitated birds were found dumped in a field in Boynton Beach, Florida, reports WPBF TV News. Read More>>

Birdfeed Selling Strong In Western Massachusetts
Despite economic decline, birdfeed sales are up 10 to 15 percent and bird feeder sales remain steady, reports Read More>>

Bird Seed Recalled Due To Salmonella Outbreak
Burkman Feed, based in Kentucky, recalled 20-pound bags of bird seed distributed in Wild Birds Unlimited stores, due to salmonella contamination, reports Read More>>

Vandalism Occurs At Pet Store
Fish tanks were broken, a parrot was let loose and its parrot’s cage, along with other items, was thrown into the indoor pond, reports Read More>>

Missing Illinois Parrots Believed To Be Found
Mike Nejmanowski believes two blue-and-gold macaws seen in Goodwin Court belonged to his late father, Del Nejmanowski, reports The State Journal Register. Read More>>

Less Than 1,000 Breeding Pairs Of Swift Parrot Remain
The Tasmanian government reports that the future of the swift parrot doesn’t look promising, but conservation efforts are underway, reports Read More>>

Florida Offering One Day Amnesty To Exotic Pet Owners
Owners of illegal exotic pets in Florida can turn them in to the Metro Zoo in Miami, Florida on March 21, 2009 reports USA Today. Read More>>

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Thanks for some great stories.
Dee, Sandy Valley, NV
Posted: 5/19/2010 9:39:07 PM
This is some good info to have.
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