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The 7th Annual South Texas Avian Symposium

Saturday & Sunday
September 11-12, 2004

Seminar fee: $125
Before June 1: $100
(Before June 1, 2004)

Location:
Mayan Dude Ranch
Bandera, Texas

Your payments for the seminar and for the Mayan Dude Ranch are all inclusive. All seminar and ranch activites as well as all food and drink are included.

Seating is limited. Get your application in early!

Contact us for additional information:

Miriam Puente
830-460-8132
fax: 830-796-8268
email:
msaviary@stic.net

Michele Michalek
210-509-3718

River City Bird Club
email: rcbctx@rcbctx.org

Register your business as a Vendor/Sponsor

A symposium for all those interested in exotic birds, including pet owners, breeders, and veterinary professionals.

Liz Wilson, CVT
Parrot Behavior Consultant

Dr. Brian L Speer, DVM DABVP
The Medical Center for Birds

Dr. Scott Echols, DVM, DABVP
Westgate Pet & Bird Hospital

Dr. Ian Tizard, BVMS, PhD
Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. David Phalen, DVM, PhD
Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Darryl Styles, DVM, MS
Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine

The funds raised by this symposium will be used to fund substantial donations to the Schubot Exotic Bird Health Center in College Station, Texas and to scholarships for veterinary students at the Texas A & M College of Veterinary Medicine, College Station, Texas. Other contributions to benefit avian health may also be given.

Accredited Bird Seminar
Fund Raiser for the Schubot Exotic Bird Health Center

Learn from the experts...

  • END - Exotic Newcastle's Disease, Latest Information
  • AWA - The animal welfare act, newest information covering the inclusion of birds.
  • Nutrition - Formulating a Diet
  • Behavior - Prevent Problems Proactively
  • Diseases - Older Birds & Non-Infectious Conditions
  • Breeding - Types of sexing, Age of Maturation, Forming Pairs
  • Questions & Answers
  • Latest Research Projects Supported by the Schubot Center

Sunday Morning Activities

  • Wet Lab: Standard Laboratory, Treatment Anatomy
  • Bird Behavior:
Amazon Parrot Graphic

The Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners has certified the Seminar and Wet Lab for up to 11 hours of Continuing Education Credit

Follow this link to see a photographic essay reporting on the 5th Annual South Texas Avian Symposium held in September 2002.

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