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    • 1.

      The Mockingbird

      by Athena Louise - 2006-12-01
      When my sons were young, we had a menagerie in the house. Aside from the two dogs, Froggy baby, and the box turtle, we also had two baby mockingbirds. The lynx came later.Bitty bird and Tweety bird h...
    • 2.

      The 5 Most Important Symptoms That Every Canary Lover Should Know

      by Darren P.D. Walker - 2006-12-01
      It just makes me sick. I get sicker and sicker everyday. Know why?I'm constantly getting emails—almost on a daily basis—from people wanting to know why their canary died so suddenly. "He w...
    • 3.

      The Role of the Phoenix In Ancient Greece

      by Richard Monk - 2006-12-02
      The Phoenix is an example of the staying power of symbols of that time through today. Here is an overview of its use and symbolism in ancient Greece.The Role of the Phoenix In Ancient GreeceIn Greece ...
    • 4.

      How To Know What Your Pet Bird Is Saying To You Even If He Can't Talk

      by Lee Dobbins - 2006-12-02
      One of the unique aspects of having a bird for a pet is that this is one of the few pets that may actually be trained to talk. Many people feel that they'll be able to communicate and have conversati...
    • 5.

      Learning About Hummingbirds

      by brian ramsey - 2006-12-09
      Hummingbirds are a joy for a birdwatcher to observe. They are found only in the Western Hemisphere, from as far north as Southeastern Alaska and the Maritimes of Canada and as far south as Southern Ch...
    • 6.

      What Are Organic And Free Range Eggs?

      by Davinos Greeno - 2006-12-12
      Britons are buying record numbers of Free Range, Barn and Organic Eggs. Research shows shoppers bought 2.04billion of them last year, up from 1.64billion in 2002 (Article from the Daily Mail - 09/08/2...
    • 7.

      5 Great Ways to Attract Birds into Your Garden

      by Andrew Lawrence - 2006-12-12
      It's not just nice for you to have birds visit your garden, it is also good for your garden as well, the reason is that most varieties of garden birds have a great appetite for insect pests that popul...
    • 8.

      The Tweety Bird Basics: How to Properly Care for Your Canary

      by Gail Leino - 2006-12-15
      The ever fretful Tweety bird memories of your childhood memories most likely linger in the backs of your minds and now that some of you may own a Canary, you might think that you know how to care for ...
    • 9.

      Attract Bluebirds To Your Garden With The Proper Bluebird Houses

      by Lee Dobbins - 2007-01-01
      Nothing beats watching birds especially bluebirds in the most natural way possible. One way to be able to achieve this is to set up a bluebird house in your own backyard.Bluebird species in the north...
    • 10.

      How To Make Gourd Bird Houses In 9 Easy Steps

      by Lee Dobbins - 2007-01-03
      Bird houses can be a great way to attract birds to your yard and if you want a unique natural look, the gourd bird houses may be the way to go. The first thing that comes into mind when it comes to c...