THE SENTINEL EDITOR ELLEN KRUEGER
VISITS THE WILD QUAKERS IN THE WILDS OF BROOKLYN, NY.
THE SENTINEL Editor, Ellen Krueger, celebrated Mother's Day, May, 2005, with daughter, Lauren, and the wild Quakers in Brooklyn, NY. Guided by BrooklynParrots.com host, Steve Baldwin, Ellen said that the moment she stepped out of the car, she heard the unmistakable sound of Quaker voices, in trees, on utility poles, fences, and on the ground. Quakers, Quakers, everywhere!
For information on viewing the Brooklyn Quakers, including area and location map, click on BrooklynParrots.com above.
Ellen published an extensive article about her tour of the Brooklyn Quakers in the 2005 Summer issue of THE SENTINEL and an article featuring Texas wild Quakers in the 2006 Fall issue. THE SENTINEL is QPS' quarterly journal. Included with yearly membership dues, THE SENTINEL averages 60 pages per issue. THE SENTINEL is the only publication devoted exclusively to Quaker Parakeets. Contributors to the SENTINEL are professional and hobbyist writers, avian behaviorists, Quaker breeders, enthusiasts and owners. Each issue of the SENTINEL shares with its readers the joy of living with a companion Quaker, the latest information available on Quaker health, care, and behavior, as well as updates on Quakers in the wild and legislation. To learn more about THE SENTINEL, click on it in the top navigation menu. To join QPS and begin receiving THE SENTINEL, click on MEMBERSHIP in the top navigation menu.
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