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ASA 13th Annual Education Conference – September 5-8. 2018 in Sacramento


Help The Puerto Rican Parrot Project Rebuild After Hurricane Maria

Mass devastation has occurred in Puerto Rico as demonstrated in the before and after photos below. El Yunque National Forest before and after Maria. https://t.co/CuK03DB0Va pic.twitter.com/IIYfYRXcRa — Amanda Hipps (@biophiliamanda) September 24, 2017 Please donate to help the Puerto Rican Parrot Project rebuild. 100% percent of your donation will go to the Puerto Rican Parrot […]


Avicultural Bulletin

The Avicultural Bulletin is the bi-monthly publication of The Avicultural Society of America. ASA encourages the study of wild and captive birds; the dissemination of information about their husbandry; and most importantly, the captive breeding of birds to ensure their perpetuation both in captivity and the wild. Join now to receive the Avicultural Bulletin To […]


Galah

Galah

    Galah Eolophus roseicapilla Sheldon Dingle, Alhambra, California   The Galah (also called Rose-breasted or Roseate Cockatoo) Eolophus roseicapilla is the most common cockatoo in Australia. Indeed, contrary to other cockatoo species, the Galah has had something of a population explosion over the past century and is still growing in numbers and is expanding […]


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Luzon Bleeding-heart Doves

  The Luzon Bleeding-heart Dove Gallicolumba luzonica by Warren Myers, San Bernardino, California The Philippine Islands are home to five species of bleeding-heart doves – or pigeons as they are sometimes called. Several of the larger islands have their own species although several of the doves overlap on to a few of the smaller islands. […]