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Calendar:

SUN, AUG 20, 2017
Homeless Animals Day at the Alaska Zoo!
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SAT, AUG 26, 2017
Board Meeting at Kaladi Brothers, 6921 Brayton Dr, Anchorage, 10-Noon

TUE, SEP 5, 2017
Open House!
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SAT, SEP 23, 2017
Board Meeting at Kaladi Brothers, 6921 Brayton Dr, Anchorage, 10-Noon

TUE, OCT 3, 2017
Educational Meeting

SAT, OCT 28, 2017
Board Meeting at Kaladi Brothers, 6921 Brayton Dr, Anchorage, 10-Noon

TUE, NOV 7, 2017
Educational Meeting

SAT, NOV 25, 2017
Board Meeting at Kaladi Brothers, 6921 Brayton Dr, Anchorage, 10-Noon

TUE, DEC 5, 2017
Holiday Potluck and Club Elections


 

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Vanessa's bird Maggie; they just don't come any more beautiful!


Ruby, a scarlet macaw, often "flies" while stationary on Leanna's hands. This picture caught was taken at the perfect moment to reveal the extension of Ruby's wings and tail (being used as a "brake."


Ang and Jen's bird Hedwig. I'm not sure what the cake says; we will leave that up to you!


Karen K.'s Sidney showing off her beauty!


The Alaska Bird Club has a Lost and Found Rescue Committee. This is Amber, committee chairperson, atop a roof. There is a Pionus in that tree...really! He is mostly green and nearly invisible. Amber is trying to lure the bird with some bird food.


Ultimate trust? Casper on his back!


Leanna created a frame over her deck and put netting over it so her birds can come out for some sun!


Yvonne's birds Rico and Jose. Rico does the greatest tricks!


This is a true bird lovers living room, complete with tree and ropes. One whole end of the room is dedicated to day cages and play area for the birds. At night, they retire to an upstairs bedroom in much smaller and less cluttered cages for a good nights sleep. This arrangement allows the owner to clean and re-arrange their day cages when they are put to bed at night.


Making your birds a "spot" in the bathroom allows you to spend time with them when you are showering. It can give you talking time in the morning and they get some much needed humidity. The owner hold three birds here in the morning and a cockatiel sits on the perch right in the shower.

 

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