Enjoy highlights of our premium content with Buddy Waske & Tony Silva!

 

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Tony Silva well known aviculturist and former curator at Loro Parque with the largest collection of parrots in the world shares knowledge and wisdom about pet bird ownership LIVE on Bird Talk LIVE Online.

Tony talks about: what to expect, pet bird environment, variety of species-variety of behavior, maintenance requirements, comittment, involving family with aviary, birds individual needs and more!

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In part two of the podcast show Tony talks about controlling Parrot aggression. Find out why wet foods trigger breeding urges. Controlling aggression by removing breeding areas. Why you should not stroke your Parrot’s tail and more!

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Tony Silva well known aviculturist and former curator at Loro Parque shares extensive knowledge and experience about Parrots diet on Bird Talk LIVE Online.

Find out why Tony does not feed fruit to Parrots. How Parrots detoxify their digestive system. How Parrots contribute to forest growth and plenty of great information about foods and feeding.

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NEW bird talk radio jingle acapella by my beloved friend David YBarra from the motor city MoTown!

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Second part of my interview with Magic of Zaksee Bird Sanctuary Tampa FL Magic talks about how Zaksee got started, left handed or right handed birds, the unspoken language, parrot super brain and how parrots know storms and earthquakes are coming long before humans do.

Also enjoy the Bird Talk Radio jingle by David YBarra.

 

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ENJOY this heart warming interview with 'Magic' founder of Zaksee Bird Sanctuary Tampa FL

QUOTES:

Magic named the sanctuary after his Blue and Gold
Macaw that he named after his best friend
in Massachusetts.

I'm not here just to save the parrot. I'm here to save
the parrot owner.

I will give $100,000 that I will not breed or sell
a parrot.

Every time I come to my gate there is a bird sitting at my gate.

Magic understands the unspoken language of animals.

The parrot brain is a super super computer.

Donna Powell of 911 Parrot Alert supports Zaksee Bird Sanctuary.

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Opening interview on Bird Talk LIVE Online with 'Magic', owner of Zaksee Bird Sanctuary Tampa FL.

This is a pre-recorded LIVE show.

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ENJOY small informative clips from our Fall 2017 bird talk radio shows!

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More HIGHLIGHTS from the amazing bird rescue after hurricane Katrina.

911 Parrot Alert with 65 volunteers rescued over 300 birds and returned
most of them to their owners.

David Ybarra does the new Bird Talk Radio jingle acapella live on air!

Donna and Neil talk about the flooding after hurricane Katrina. How even weeks after the storm
some people had to leave in a hurry due to sudden flooding. Leaving their feathered loved ones
behind.

Donna Powell:
'there were thousands of people that came to help people who were flooded out'.
'I am a registered nurse'. 'I knew many would come to help the people'.
'Animals don't have a voice in this world'. 'I decided to help the birds'.
'There were 65 people that came to help us with the birds'.

People donated generously to help 911 Parrot Alert take care of over
300 rescued birds. Donna Powell says they had paper towels and trash bags
for the next ten years after the rescue.

Donna Powell said that when they returned birds to their owners often the
birds went back to the owners in a better cage with food, toys etc from
the supply of donations.

'The response from the avian community was good'.

Donna Powell shares how she became a bird person.

Donna also shares more about the lost and found bird organization.
Over 100,000 birds found.

 

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