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Feather Destructive Behavior in Psittacine Birds

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R.A.C.E.-approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit

Sunday, September 20, 2015  4 pm EST (What time is this in my time zone?)

"Feather Pickers"

Feather destructive behavior, also called pterotillomania, is one of the most common and frustrating behavior problems seen in captive psittacine birds. The disorder is characterized by feather removal, feather chewing, or self-inflicted trauma to soft tissue, limited to areas that the bird can reach. [MORE]

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About the Presenter

Dr. Lynne Seibert (shown left) received her DVM degree from the University of Tennessee. After 3 years in private practice, she completed Master's and PhD degrees in neuroscience at the University of Georgia leading to board certification with the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists in 2001. Her special interests include avian behavior, compulsive disorders, pharmacology, and helping veterinarians implement behavior programs in general practice. [MORE]

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