Book Review: The Birds of Pandemonium by Michele Raffin

For anyone who has an interest in birds, wildlife, exotic animals, animal breeding, zoos, and running a non-profit, this is the book for you.  I learned more about birds reading this book than I have in a long time.  Ms. Raffin takes on a journey that is both personal, knowledge based, an emotional roller coaster, and very profound in her plea to help conserve and not mistreat these beautiful endangered animals.

I give her all the credit in the world.  Her birds have become her other children and some day I hope to get and see her aviary.  Ms. Riffin’s work is a huge inspiration for anyone who has this type of calling by choice or chance.

This is a book about something you normally don’t think of or think about.  Where do the rare birds at zoos come from? Who takes care of them?  What is their life in the wild like?  What happens to birds once their owners no longer take care of them or have to give them up?  How did they get here?  Read this book and find out……


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