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Dr. Rob is a world renowned avian veterinarian in Sydney, Australia. He was the veterinary consultant for the Northern Territory Nature and Conservation Commission for a scientific study of the disease status in the wild population of the endangered Gouldian Finches as it related to a "Recovery Plan".



Tailai O’Brien is a Parrot Behavior Consultant who has worked along side Dr. Marshall and has developed special regimes for successful bird training and behavioral development. Fill out her Questionnaire so that she may help you with your parrot’s bad behavior.

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In a 1995 study by P. J. Bell it was reported that non-gravid air-sac mite females will often crawl off the birds through the upper respiratory tract. They also found that the air sac mite will survive for a short time outside of the bird’s respiratory tract. For this reason, it has been recommended that the day following a treatment for air-sac mites, that you thoroughly clean the cage to rid it of insect life, not avian pathogens. This can be done by disassembling the cage and surrounding areas and thoroughly cleaning all surfaces. Or you might spray the cage and surrounding areas for any insect life that could be living in it’s cracks and crevices with a avian insect spray like AIL (Avian Insect Liquidator), Pestex or Control.