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Old 05-21-2017, 06:43 AM
TheRubixHorse TheRubixHorse is offline
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Hi everyone!
We have had two recent scares with a couple of birds in our flock and having to find vets on the weekends (let me tell you it's a nightmare and our one tiel isn't out of the woods yet but can't be seen for another three days D': ). During all that, I've decided on creating a GOOD series of informational articles that do the following:

- educate people on birdy body language
- help people recognize signs of sickness in their birds
- show (with pictures) what people can do to help their birds in the event there are no nearby avian vets or an avian vet cannot see them until several days after an emergency
- provide an updated directory of avian vets in each state

That being said, I am looking for high-quality pictures of your birds (does not have to be a cockatiel) that can help display some of the different ways they talk to us through body language. Content, mad, scared, sleeping, etc.

I also need videos of healthy birds breathing (so people can recognize what is NOT normal i.e. tail bobbing, fast breathing, etc.) and videos of just general activity.

Any other suggestions you guys might have are welcome. I'm tired of never being able to find an avian vet when needed, and I think the first step to changing that problem is to make more people aware of when their bird needs help so more people are actually contacting those vets and showing there IS a need for them to be on call!
Ira: 7 year old normal grey split pied male
Lint: 13-15 year old normal grey male
Partner's birds:
Koda: 7 year old pied male
Mojo: 3 year old pied male
Tiki: 3 year old olive male
Shaggy: 11(?) year old ducorps cockatoo male
Squirt: 7 year old black masked lovebird female
RIP Cade, 11/20/2003 - 3/31/2013, normal grey/cinnamon female <3

RIP Nico, 12/15/15 - Pearl female <3
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