Emergency! Feather Frenzy

It’s been said that two of the biggest threats to a bird’s safety are themselves, and humans. Other times, their own kerfuffles result in emergency situations. illness can happen without warning or explanation.

The key is to be prepared and have what you need to act quickly and calmly to establish healing, calm, and order. Today, I’d like to give you tips on how to handle these emergencies so you and your birds get better and back on track.

Sherri’s March ’22 Feathered Frenzy column provides many good steps to take and tips to be aware of to address an emergency!

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