BirdTricks Blog | Parrot Training — birdkeeper's lung
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There are any number of things wafting through the air in a home where a bird lives. Dust, dander, seed hulls and even airborne particles of dried poop occupy more than just the the immediate air space. It settles on and into everything creating the need for a higher standard of hygiene. Floor or ceiling fans and open windows seem to aggravate the problem more than solve it as it blows the settled dust back into the air. Some of the better home ...
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