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Tuesday, December 10, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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100 years ago in Spokane: Even as prohibition gets stricter, woman wins permit to give whiskey to parrot

A Spokane woman had a creative excuse for needing a liquor permit. “While I do not drink liquor myself, I fear my parrot will die if he cannot have whiskey …


Bird rescue takes flight

Joanie Lamm is a woman with a passion and a vision to rescue often-misunderstood and abused parrots and allow them to become healthy, happy, and free-flying animals again. As president …


Avian rescue takes flight at TLC Bird Haven

Joanie Lamm is a woman with a passion and a vision to rescue often-misunderstood and abused parrots and allow them to become healthy, happy, and free-flying animals again. As president …


Fans of a feather

Parrots, it is said, have their own personalities. Snuggles shows off for the camera, spreading her white wings to reveal their yellow undersides, like the surprisingly extravagant lining of a …


Rescuers of feathered friends

It’s an unconventional lifestyle, that’s for sure. Having a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week day care could get to anyone, but Sarah Forbes and Rick Olsen don’t mind.