Companion Parrots Re-Homed
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Companion Parrots Re-homed
Mission Statement


The exclusive mission of Companion Parrots Re-homed is to accept companion parrots from unwanted, emergency or crisis situations throughout the Greater Charlotte, North Carolina, area and to facilitate through training and education, new adoptive homes for these sensitive and intelligent birds.





Schedule of Classes & Events
September 2017 Calendar
October 2017 Calendar
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Dr. Jason Crean
AVIAN RAW WHOLE FOOD NUTRITION AND TEAS
October 21, 2017 at 11:00 and 3:00pm
Email info@companionparrots.org
to register.
Registration is mandatory

Dr Jason Crean is a biology instructor at the high school and university level. He is also an avid aviculturist, specializing in the propagation of green aracaris and white-backed mousebirds, He serves as President of The Avicultural Society of Chicagoland, First Vice-President of the American Federation of Aviculture and operates the Avian Raw Whole Food Nutrition group on Facebook. He often speaks to avicultural groups and acts as consultant to zoos and other institutions regarding animal husbandry and education programming. He was awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching by President Obama in 2009, the 2010 High School Science Teacher of the Year by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and has received awards from the National Science Teachers Association, National Association of Biology Teachers and the Illinois Science Teachers Association.



CPR ON THE GO
Looking for a speaker for your group?
CPR now offers off-site programs.
Click for details.



SO, YOU WANT A TALKING BIRD?
If you haven't yet decided, then this is for you!
Check calendars for dates.
To register call 704-889-2325 or email to info@companionparrots.org.

SPONSOR A SPECIAL PARROT


If you can't adopt, consider becoming a sponsor for a homeless parrot. Click for more information





 

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