AFA Watchbird

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Vol 42 No 2 (2018)
Published April 19, 2020
Vol 42, No `1& 2 (2018)

Amazon Parrots

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Table of Contents
Nancy Speed
4-5
A Message from the President
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6-8
41st Educational Conference
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41st Educational Conference
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Artist Biography: Tracy Taylor
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10-11
Remembering Sheikh Bin Mohammed Bin Ali Al-Thani
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Janet E. Nottingham
12-13
Goodbye to Joe Freed
Julie Corwin
14-17
Feathered Beauty At The 2014 AFA Convention
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Christian E. Olarte
18-19
Pirate Parrots- When What We Bought Is Not What We Expected
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2015 AFA Super 8 Raffle Ticket Payment Stub
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Tom Marshall
21-25
"The Thing with Feathers"
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Jamie Whittaker
26-27
Staying Connected: Person to Person
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Join Our Flock In Your Flock Magazine
Jason Crean, Susan van den Broek
29-35
AFA's IDEA Program: Interactive Display & Educational Animal Program
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Janice D. Boyd
36-44
Amazon Parrots- On A Tamaulipas Ranch (Mexico): 1996
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25 Top Things to do in Chicago
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Donald J. Brightsmith, Ernesto Enkerlin-Hoeflich
46-52
Amazon Parrots in Tamaulipas, Mexico: Back to the Ranch 20 Years Later
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AFA Individual Sponsorships
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Janice D. Boyd
54-55
Editor's Addendum
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David R. Waugh
56-59
A Record Number of Red-tailed Amazons, and How Nestboxes Have Helped
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Member-to-Member Advantage Program
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61
Membership Application
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62-63
AFA Commerical Members
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64
AFA Contributors and Life Members
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65
AFA Committee and Staff Appointments
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AFA Officers and Members Clubs
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AFA Classifieds
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Advertiser's Index
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The American Federation of Aviculture (AFA) is a 501 (c) 3 corporation that is recognized by the US Congress Office of Technology and Assessment as the nation’s grassroots organization of US bird breeders. Established in 1974, the purpose of AFA is to represent all aspects of aviculture and to educate the public about keeping and breeding birds in captivity.

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