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May 29, 2009
We had the pleasure of meeting folks at the International Migratory Bird Day event held by the Birds of Vermont Museum. If you don't know the Huntington Vermont museum, it's a great place to see a remarkable collection of wood, hand-carved birds that represent most of the species found in Vermont.
For our day, we spoke to people about Birdsbesafe cat collar covers and how they work. Then we luckily met the reporter from the Burlington Free Press, Lynn Monty, who wrote a nice story on us. We don't have a link to it, but here is her opening sentence (which we found quite clever):
"Nancy Brennan of Birdsbesafe LLC, is trying to make sure that cats in our region don't end up looking like the infamous 'cat that caught the canary.'"
We really enjoyed meeting a wildlife rehabilitator, seeing the museum, chatting with folks, and meeting Bernd Heinrich, local expert bird biologist.
October 23, 2019
October 16, 2019
Are you a Canadian shopper looking to purchase our products online? You can shop with us on this website, or we welcome you to purchase from us on Amazon.ca beginning today! Two colors are available.
Here is a product link to one of the colors on Amazon.ca.
October 14, 2019
Welcome Swiss cat owners. You may have read about Birdsbesafe products in 24heures.ch today at this link.
If you are looking to purchase our products in Switzerland, please visit our retail partner, www.pik-pik.ch