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The BirdChannel Newswire - May 5, 2009

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Posted: May 5, 2009, 8 p.m. EDT

Research Shows Birds Can Dance To A Musical Beat
A conclusive research study regarding animals’ response to music has been conducted in response to heavy Internet interest in Snowball, a dancing cockatoo, reports Earthlink eNews. Read Now>>

Pet Detective Believes Parrot Was Found By Dishonest People
He says that nearby residents claimed to have found a lost parrot matching the description of a missing mini macaw, then changed their story when confronted, reports Katu.com. Read Now>>

Firefighters Rescue Parrot From House Fire
Two crews of firefighters arrived at the scene to battle the blaze and rescued a pet parrot found inside, reports Burton Mail. Read Now>>

World Parrot Trust Addresses Problems With H.R. 669
Dr. James Gilardi, Executive Director of the World Parrot Trust, wrote a letter to the House subcommittee noting scientific fallacies he believes exist in the bill, reports Living The Scientific Life. Read Now>>

H1N1 (Swine) Flu Source Traced To Birds
A doctor at the World Health Organization (WHO) traced the genetic legacy of a strain of the virus to water fowl, though the virus evolved in swine, reports Bloomberg.com. Read Now>>

A Woman Gets Stuck In The Mud While Chasing Her Parrot
She followed her cockatoo into the woods after it flew from her home, and then got stuck waist deep in the mud, reports UPI.com. Read Now>>

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