A Visit to the Medical Center for Birds

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Several years ago, Dr. Yin paid a visit to the Medical Center for Birds in Oakley, California to learn about bird handling. Using her notes and questions, we followed up with Dr. Brian Speer, the President & Director, on his approach to Low Stress Handling™ for birds and his efforts to change how veterinary professionals handle avians.

Cincinnati Zoo Penguin Training

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Dr. Yin enjoyed sharing ideas with others in her field. She wrote many articles throughout her life, a few of which had not yet been published before she passed.

Here is one article that Dr. Yin planned on publishing – we’re happy to be able to share it with you.
Have you ever had a dog or cat who just doesn’t play much with toys and wished that he did? Rickey Kinley, Senior Aviculture Keeper at the Cincinnati Zoo had a similar issue with the zoo penguins that he cared for, and decided to find a solution.

Scrub Jay vs. Dog: Who is Smarter?

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Who is smarter? A scrub jay or a dog? The answer may surprise you. Read here about research done with scrub jays that proves just how intelligent they really are.

Parrots for Pets

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Parrots for pets are brilliant, charming, and social, but these characteristics can make them very demanding pets.

Bird Diets: Birds Need More Than Seeds

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We live in a land of fast food, fatty snacks, and junk food junkies. French fries dripping with grease, hamburgers packed with calories – most of us are painfully aware that our diets are less than ideal. Could our pets also be suffering from a similar situation?

Bali Bird Park

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On day 3 of my Indonesian vacation and our first day on Bali, we stop and visit Bird Park. The park has the standard variety of parrots, most of which are also present at other zoos. But they have a large collection of hornbills, which most other zoos do not.