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Celebrate World Animal Day With The Stars

Today is World Animal Day and, to celebrate, we were invited to the “Dawn Day In The Wildlife” event on October 2, 2014, at the International Bird Rescue center in San Pedro, Calif. Since 1971, The International Bird Rescue has helped save thousands of birds (with the help of Dawn), and it was no wonder that attracted the interest of actors Adrian Grenier (“Entourage”) and Keegan Allen (“Pretty Little Liars”). Both actors are big advocates for helping wildlife, and got a chance to work with and release the rehabilitated birds.

Read more here.

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Do you love your Senegal parrot? Senegal parrots are affectionate and need enough attention to keep them from getting bored, but is independent enough to spend time on a playgym. Senegal owners find their birds to be smart, loving as well as strong-minded.
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Do you love your Senegal parrot? Senegal parrots are affectionate and need enough attention to keep them from getting bored, but is independent enough to spend time on a playgym. Senegal owners find their birds to be smart, loving as well as strong-minded.

Download the sign here.

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Go Blue For Blue-Throated Macaws

You might have seen it on Tumblr—a new campaign to help the critically endangered blue-throated macaws. 
In her video, Barbara Heidenreich of Good Bird Inc., says, “Dye your hair blue to help raise awareness for blue-throated macaw conservation. If you accept the challenge, you get to challenge more people. If you choose not to dye your hair, please donate to The Bird Endowment, an organization working to save blue-throated macaws in the wild. There are less than 300 blue-throated macaws left in the wild. I am starting this campaign to help raise funds and awareness for parrot conservation.”

Read more here.

Go Blue For Blue-Throated Macaws

You might have seen it on Tumblr—a new campaign to help the critically endangered blue-throated macaws. 

In her video, Barbara Heidenreich of Good Bird Inc., says, “Dye your hair blue to help raise awareness for blue-throated macaw conservation. If you accept the challenge, you get to challenge more people. If you choose not to dye your hair, please donate to The Bird Endowment, an organization working to save blue-throated macaws in the wild. There are less than 300 blue-throated macaws left in the wild. I am starting this campaign to help raise funds and awareness for parrot conservation.”

Read more here.

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 hereAmerica celebrates the Fourth of July each year with food, fun and, of course, fireworks! But while you’re out having fun, don’t forget about your bird. Loud noises and bright flashes of light can stress out most birds. Follow these tips to keep your bird as stress-free as possible here.

 hereAmerica celebrates the Fourth of July each year with food, fun and, of course, fireworks! But while you’re out having fun, don’t forget about your bird. Loud noises and bright flashes of light can stress out most birds. Follow these tips to keep your bird as stress-free as possible here.

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We asked bird owners if they read to their birds and 46% of them said yes! Do you read to your bird? Does your bird have a favorite story? Don’t forget to take our latest poll at www.BirdChannel.com.

We asked bird owners if they read to their birds and 46% of them said yes! Do you read to your bird? Does your bird have a favorite story? Don’t forget to take our latest poll at www.BirdChannel.com.

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