3 Must-reads for National Bird Day


Read these 3 articles honoring your feathered friends

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It's National Bird Day! We're celebrating these beautiful creatures that fill us with awe by spotlighting 3 avian-related articles.

From strides in conservation efforts of endangered species to an expansion of veterinary care for feathered friends—there's something for everyone. Happy reading!

  1. Two critically endangered female blue-billed curassows born at Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute: The birds were born at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute in Washington, D.C. It’s especially exciting these birds are females as there is less of them than males in the wild.
  2. Petco extends health and wellness plan to birds, fish, reptiles, and more: The Petco Vital Care program, which provides unlimited veterinary exams and discounts on pet supplies, has recently expanded to include all species of pets, including reptiles, birds, and fish.
  3. Lear's macaw reintroduced into wild and flourishing: The work of Loro Park Foundation has helped the species succeed in going from “critically endangered” to “endangered.”
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