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Calendar:

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

TUE, APR 5, 2022
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, APR 23, 2022
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, MAY 3, 2022
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, MAY 28, 2022
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, JUN 7, 2022
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, JUN 18, 2022
Bird Club Picnic, Abbott Park, 11AM-3PM

SAT, JUN 25, 2022
Board Meeting

TUE, JUL 5, 2022
NO MEETING UNTIL AUGUST 2

SAT, JUL 23, 2022
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, AUG 2, 2022
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, AUG 27, 2022
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, SEP 6, 2022
Educational Meeting via Zoom

SAT, SEP 24, 2022
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon

TUE, OCT 4, 2022
Educational Meeting via Zoom

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

TUE, NOV 1, 2022
Educational Meeting via Zoom

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

TUE, DEC 6, 2022
Holiday Potluck AND Board Elections

SAT, DEC 24, 2022
Board Meeting via Zoom, 10-Noon


 

Phone Book Bird Toy


An alternative method for recycling old and/or unused phone books! If your bird likes to make a mess by destroying something, this could be the perfect toy for them!

What you will need:

  • Phone book
  • Zip ties or screw with eye hole at end
  • Drill or drill press (which works better)
  • Saw (band saw works great)


Cut phone book in half or in thirds with the band saw.


Drill 1 or 2 holes through the book about an inch from the edge of the binding.


Thread a zip tie or screw through each hole and secure it to the inside of your bird's cage.

They can now shred the book and provide lots of fun for themselves.

 

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