Here's the latest article from the Birds site at BellaOnline.com. I am currently in the hospital and my virtual self has sent out this newsletter. Even more amazing I am probably just coming out of surgery. I have just had four levels fused, bullet cages, and rods in my lumbar spine. I am probably going into the recovery room. Soon I can wake up go to my hospital room and start complaining that I am hungry :) See, I have this down pat, between back and neck this is my 6th surgery. That doesn't include all the cancer surgery, so on and so forth.
I hope you enjoy the article on bird first aid. Will one of you please help me out and announce the new article in the bird's forum? This is one thing I can't do virtually. I intend on bringing the laptop but am not quite sure how I will feel. Take care all.
Bird First Aid - Emergency
Bird first aid - an emergency! Your bird has a puncture wound, has a burn, is convulsing, a bleeding blood feather, consumed poison or any number of accidents that can occur. What do you do? What first aid supplies do you need? Do you need a veterinarian? How do you transport your bird?
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