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2021

TUE, APR 6, 2021
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, APR 24, 2021
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, MAY 4, 2021
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, MAY 22, 2021
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, JUN 1, 2021
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, JUN 26, 2021
Board Meeting at Picnic

SAT, JUN 26, 2021
Bird Club Picnic, Abbott Park, 11AM-3PM

TUE, JUL 6, 2021
NO MEETING UNTIL AUGUST 3

SAT, JUL 24, 2021
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, AUG 3, 2021
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, AUG 28, 2021
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, SEP 7, 2021
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, SEP 25, 2021
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, OCT 5, 2021
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, OCT 23, 2021
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, NOV 2, 2021
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, NOV 27, 2021
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, DEC 7, 2021
Holiday Potluck AND Board Elections

SUN, DEC 26, 2021
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

2022

TUE, JAN 4, 2022
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, JAN 22, 2022
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, FEB 1, 2022
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, FEB 19, 2022
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, MAR 1, 2022
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, MAR 26, 2022
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon


 

Rocking Horse
Courtesy of The Alaska Bird Club

What you will need:

  • Toy Rocking horse or anything that can be converted into a perch.
  • Tree branch appropriate your sized bird
  • Dowel or tree branch
  • 2 screws

1. Drill a hole through the bottom of the rocking horse.

2. Cut dowel or tree branch to the desired height.

3. Attach the dowel to the rocking horse by placing a screw through the hole in the bottom of the rocking horse.

4. Cut the tree branch to the desired length of perch.

5. Attach the tree branch to the other end of the dowel with a screw.

6. Place the new perch in a place your bird can enjoy it.

 

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