psittacosis (part 1 subsection 7)

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Subject: psittacosis (part 1 subsection 7)
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2001 17:37:29 -0700 (PDT)
G'day All,

I forgot to add, that psittacosis is just as likely to
be spread in natural feeding areas (and particularly
natural watering places) as in artificial "feeders".

At least we humans can keep their food and water
supply clean and healthy for them eh? despite the
dustbowl land we create here for ourselves?

Have a good day everyone, goes back to playing marbles
with the small hail down here and singing.

John A. Gamblin

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