Avian Education Seminar Presented by HARI & Parrot Place Network

September 5, 2017 News, Blog, Avian Community

For Avian Enthusiasts, Aviculturists, Avian Veterinarian Technicians and Pet Retailers!

Back by popular demand and with the spirit of sharing avian educational topics, the Hagen Group and HARI, with the Parrot Place Network, are pleased to announce an exciting HARI One Day Avian Education Seminar for all avian enthusiast, veterinarian technicians, retailers, and aviculturists to be held at the Holiday Inn Grand Rapids-Downtown on Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 8:00 am to 4:00 p.m. EDT.

Not sure what to expect?

Join us for an exciting learning experience that will increase your knowledge of vital avian topics as well as HARI and its mission.

“Normally when attending a bird seminar, I am the teacher. Of the HARI conferences I’ve attended, I am the student.”-Jean Pattison, African Queen Aviaries

Speakers will include:

  • Joseé Bermingham, CVT, HARI Facility Manager
  • Melanie Allen, Avian Product Specialist
  • Susan Ungrey, C.A.S., Parrot Place National Director

Discussions:

  • Early Parrot Education
  • Hagen Avicultural Research Institute (HARI)
  • First Aid for Birds in Retail Stores and Aviaries
  • Pet Products and the Retailer
  • Nursery Management for Retailers and Aviculturists
  • Parrot Diet and Nutrition
  • Managing the Hormonal Moments with Pet Birds

Early Bird Special $40.00/ After September 15th $55.00

Holiday Inn Grand Rapids-Downtown
310 Pearl St. NW
Grand Rapids, MI
49505
Saturday, September 23, 2017 – 8am to 4pm; Lunch included!

Join Us! Download the regestration form and conference agenda

 

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About HARI

As a leader in avian research, HARI’s mission is to promote the advancement and improvement of Companion Bird Care and Aviculture through education and research in areas of psittacine health, nutrition, breeding, and early parrot education, and product development. In addition, HARI supports global efforts in wild parrot conservation.

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