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Ontario Parrot Club Hosts 7th Annual Spring Fling

Spring Fling `08 educates and promotes responsible bird ownership

By BirdChannel.com News Division
Posted: April 29, 2008, 3 p.m. EDT

macaw and an Amazon parrot
Photo Courtesy of Robert Ross
Sierra and Rio take a break at a Parrot Club of Southwestern Ontario event.
macaw and members at booth
Photo Courtesy of Robert Ross
Club members answer questions on bird ownership and care at an event.

The Parrot Club of Southwestern Ontario hosts the 7th annual Spring Fling `08, an event focusing on educating and promoting responsible bird ownership, on Saturday, May 3, 2008, at Conestoga College Residence & Conference Centre in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. The doors open at 9:30 a.m.

Educational discussions from bird experts include bird health and best husbandry practices, developing a bond with your bird through trick training, and bird diet and nutrition, as well as a Q & A panel discussion to answer audience questions regarding bird ownership and care. Others events scheduled include the “Parade of Parrots,” raffles and booths with bird-related product vendors.

“Everyone has questions (on bird ownership), this is the place to ask and have them answered,” said Robert Ross, president of the Cambridge Chapter of the Parrot Club of Southwestern Ontario.

Tickets for Spring Fling `08 are $20 and includes lunch. They are available at the door or by e-mail. For more ticket information contact 519-240-8440 or to send an e-mail, click here.

Parrot Club of Southwestern OntarioEvent coordinators ask that you leave your pets at home. Proceeds from the event go to fund the Parrot Club of Southwestern Ontario’s ongoing projects and educational programs.

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Is there an event like this in the US?
Chris, Vinton, VA
Posted: 5/19/2008 10:37:36 AM
do they have these in hawaii? cause i haven't seen on here yet. it would be nice to have one here!
Crystal, Mililani, HI
Posted: 5/18/2008 2:09:37 PM
Why does Canada have to be so far away.
Chris, Vinton, VA
Posted: 5/1/2008 8:17:51 AM
sounds nice
stephanie, no smithfield, RI
Posted: 4/30/2008 12:07:54 PM
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