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In issue 301 -
What Does Polly Say? Species Differences In Vocal Learning By Parrots Revealed By Citizen Scientists by GrrlScientist
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Good management to avoid hand-rearing. By Rosemary Low
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The Never ending Enrichment Conundrum. Complete Psittacine by Eb Cravens
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The Cost of Living … with parrots. By Catalina Tate & Rebecca Pauli
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Complete Psittacine by EB Cravens

An open exchange of ideas with aviculturists and bird owners is a wonderful way to acquire knowledge and exchange unique experiences. I could probably recall fifty or more significant discussions with breeders and pet keepers down through the years – dialogues that have left lasting impressions on the way I view my psittacine hobby. Convention luncheons, bird club meetings, online chat groups, telephone consults, even magazine letters pages, are just a few ways we all may exchange ideas.

Something that has always struck me during such conversations is the features others are most proud of in their birdkeeping - what they pride themselves in, from a gentle sort of view when speaking of their facility, the babies in their nursery, the species they own, and so on and so forth.

This article poses the self-inquiry: What things do we boast of in our birdkeeping?

Personally, those factors I originally preferred to talk about concerning my parrots, have changed drastically during the past 15 years!

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