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Webinar: “Pet Birds & Hormonal Behavior: Part 2!”

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Hormonal behavior in companion birds can be perplexing and sometimes even downright challenging. If you missed our May 8 Webinar: “Spring Is in the Air: How to Deal With Your Pet Bird’s Hormonal Behavior!” or have a question about your bird’s hormonal behavior,  we are hosting a live follow-up webinar this Friday, May 15! Stephanie Lamb, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice) will once again be discussing hormones and pet birds and answering viewer questions. Don’t miss “Pet Birds & Hormonal Behavior: Part 2!”

Date: Friday, May 15, 2020

Time: 12:30 pm PST (double-check your local time with this time zone converter)
*Note: New start time for this webinar

Missed our webinar? No problem! You can access the webinar in its entirety here:

 

 

2 thoughts on “Webinar: “Pet Birds & Hormonal Behavior: Part 2!”

  1. After 8 years old for the last three weeks, my Cockatiel has been flying at me to bite. He as always had mirrors and little cardboard boxes to hide in to humor and keep him busy. Last year I rehoused a female Cockatiel from him because he never liked her, paid no attention to her and would attack if she got to close. She was with him for only three years. I had to put her in a separate cage after the first two years. My male Cockatiel talks, is healthy, and was sort of rescued from a dirty bird store that was shut down eventually. He was about 6 months old then. He’s always been a fighter, won’t let me touch him and now always in attack mode. Is it hormonal or maybe can’t forget the past?
    Thank you,
    Marlene

  2. Will there ever be another webinar with the birds such as Dr.
    Pepperberg did with Griffin? My CAGP likes to watch with me and she enjoys going up to the screen, thinking she is touching them. We do enjoy the questions, however, Raphaelle doesn’t understand most of the words, although she listens.

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