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Exotic Birds coming to Murfreesboro TN

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Dedicated to the Preservation and Propagation of All Birds

 Friendly Feathers Newsletter 
Summer  2016

Heart of Tennessee Aviculture Society
 Exotic Bird Fair
 September
10 & 11,  2016

Saturday 9 AM to 5 PM
Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM


MTSU - TN Livestock Center
1720 Greenland Drive
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37130

   FREE PARKING      FREE ADMISSION 
featuring
 Birds of All Kinds,
Cages, Seed, Feed, Toys and Related Products
Hedgehogs, Sugargliders and other bird-friendly Exotics,
Jewelry, Clothing and Gift Items
 Silent Auction

Bird Grooming and Surgical Sexing by
Scott McDonald DVM

Avian Veterinarian
Go to www.midtnbirdclub.com for more information and to view the list of Vendors who have signed up so far.
 Invitation To Vendors
 Be a part of our best fair yet!
 We are still accepting vendor applications

Reserve & Pay online before 9/3 for the best price
Reserve Your Vendor Space Here
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 We look forward to seeing you at the September Bird Fair!
 
Meanwhile, here's a wholesome recipe to make for your parrot....  you can find more great recipes that your birds will love on the website www.parrotparrot.com

“Quinoa Breakfast of Champions”

Quinoa (pronounced “keen-nwa”) is a South American grain that is high in protein, calcium, and phosphorous. Probably the most nutritious grain in the world, it is an excellent food for parrots, either sprouted and served raw, or cooked, as in this recipe. It is available in most health food stores as a bulk grain.

1 cup quinoa
2-3 cups water
Corn kernels
Chopped carrots
Raisins and/or dried apples (unsulphured, found in health food stores)
Cinnamon stick

Boil 2 cups of water, add quinoa. Cook for 10 minutes, then add veggies and dried fruit. Cook another 5 minutes or until the quinoa grain is clearish and has a tiny tail sprouting from it.  You may have to add a little more water if it gets too dry too quickly.  Let cool. Serve.  You can put almost any veggies or fruits in this recipe. Birdies, big or small, will love it!

This recipe comes from the kitchen of Parrot Parrot. 

 
 
The Heart of Tennessee Aviculture Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2007 in Murfreesboro, TN.  Our purpose is to ensure the preservation and propagation of all birds, to further the science of aviculture, and to exchange knowledge, information and experiences related to all birds.  We strive to further the education of our members while improving breeding standards by presenting activities, exhibits and competitive events designed to disseminate information to breeders, fanciers and the general public.  Membership is open to all who are dedicated to the purpose of the society.

 
Membership and Meeting Information
Next meeting is on Thursday August 25, 2016

New Members Warmly Welcomed
Yearly Membership Fee
Individual - $15 (one vote)
Dual  - $20 (two votes)
Additional Member - $5 (no vote)


Meeting held monthly on the 4th Thursday at 6:30 PM
Americas Best Value Inn & Suites
1954 S. Church Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37130


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