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Wild Bird Talking - Success Story - Ken Charms The Galahs And Saves His Tree

One of my friends had some exciting news for me. 'Tell Gitie, what she says works', was the message her friend Ken had asked her to convey to me. 

My friend told me that  Ken has successfully made friends with a couple of galahs who had been visiting his garden.  Then when a whole crowd of galahs started to wreck some one of his trees, he spoke to his galah friends and asked them to stop and they listened.  Ken then explained to them that he didn't want their friends to destroy the tree either. 

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Wild Bird Talking - Success Stories - Sue helps a Fairy wren

A fairy wren accidentally entered my friend Sue' s office one busy afternoon.  Sue was flat out answering phone calls, when she noticed the bird agitatedly trying to escape.  The phones kept ringing and Sue wasn't getting the chance to open the windows and pull the screen frame off to let the bird out.  Meanwhile, the bird was getting even more desperate in her attempt to find a path and was endangering herself as she flew about the room and pushed herself against the glass windows.

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How to Understand a Wild Bird's Message - Find out in the Special Edition on Communicating With Wild Birds - Out Now

Have you ever asked a bird for help? 
Have you ever understood  their message and realised what has happened to people in your life or been able to predict the future? 

Read about some of the amazing experiences people had had when they've listened to the birds.

Do you know how to communicate with a sick bird to find out what's ailing them?

Would you like to learn how to talk to birds directly, or telepathically?


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A Lucky Rescue Makes A Happy Family

Driving to work this morning Ron saw a small bird walking awkwardly on the road, desperately trying to get away from a crow, while two of its friends who were trying their best to distract the crow were having no impact.  Ron stopped the car and picked up the bird.  He or she could not fly and it was hard to tell whether it was permanently injured.  The bird was so happy to be picked up and Ron felt he certainly didn't want to be eaten by the crow.  By the time Ron turned the car around and brought him home, holding him gently in his hand, the bird looked very comfortable, snug and warm in

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Wild Bird Talking Ezine Launch 30 Nov

The inaugural edition of the Wild Bird Talking ezine will be issued on 30 Nov.   The issue features contributions from:

-   Christine Agro, host of Conscious Animal Radio ;
-   Brian Taylor, bestselling author of true Australian stories from the outback;
-   Mary Bailey,  an Aussie backyard bird lover;
-   Feature - Improving Cohabitation with magpies during breeding season

plus   ... DVD reviews, and more. 


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