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ASA 2007 Avicultural Conference

This year’s host site is where the major motion picture “Titanic” was made

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Roland Cristo, private aviculturist, speaks on "Breeding Jays and Cissas" at the 2006 ASA Conference in Long Beach, California.


The Avicultural Society of America (ASA)’s Second Annual Avicultural Conference takes place March 2 to 4, 2007 at the Fox Film Studios in Rosarito Beach, Baja California, Mexico.

Steve Duncan, ASA president, said the conference presentations are chosen to provide information to serious aviculturists. Topics covered include nutrition, emergency care, training, hand-rearing, legislative alerts and more. The ASA Avicultural Conference also provides informal social times to give attendees a chance to share their experiences with other aviculturists. “When ASA started putting together the annual ASA Avicultural Conference, we wanted to make them as unique and as fun as possible while making sure the talks focused on the most advanced and up-to-date avicultural information,” Duncan said.

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Dick Schroeder, Cuttlebone Plus, speaks on "Managing Lories and Lorikeets in Captivity" at the 2006 ASA Conference in Long Beach, California. .

Duncan said that although this conference is expected to be smaller that the typical conference due to its location, that attending are in for a great experience. Joan Embery, from the San Diego Zoo and known for her appearances on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, is this year’s Banquet Keynote speaker.

A list of the speakers for the 2007 conference can be found on the ASA website.

POSTED: Thursday, March 1, 2007, 5 a.m. EST


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