WHAT DID YOU CALL ME?

WHAT DID YOU CALL ME?

UPCOMING EVENTS

Saturday, February 28th…our next Volunteer Day. Pre-registration is required & space is limited. Learn more and sign up here.

Saturday, March 21st…our first tour of 2015. Pre-registration is required & space is limited. Learn more and sign up here.

 

“‘THANK YOU’ is the best prayer anyone can say”- Alice Walker

Chenoa Manor wishes to express gratitude & thanks to:

Courtney Diener-Stokes & Natalie Kolb of the Reading Eagle for featuring Chenoa Manor in an article published January 14th.

 

WHAT WE’RE BUZZING ABOUT

Animal Wise. This amazing book by Virginia Morrell, is full of scientific studies and gives ample evidence that so many of our animal brethren experience a rich cognitive life.

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IF I COULD TALK TO THE ANIMALS

Parrots. They’re colorful, loud, social and amazingly cognitive. Even more, they are quite the conversationalists. A scientist in Venezuela studying parrotlets, the tiniest member of the parrot family, has found that there is a strong possibility that parrot parents are giving their chicks individual names. These names, which sound just like vocalizations to human ears, are unique and are learned by the chicks and used throughout their lives when communicating with other parrots. This study certainly makes us want to re-think the unflattering phrase “bird-brain”.

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