Biography of Mark Hagen
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Biography of Mark Hagen

BIOGRAPHY OF MARK HAGEN

Mark Hagen is the Research Director at The Hagen Avicultural Research Institute (HARI). He has a Master of Agriculture from the University of Guelph and specialized in Psittacine Aviculture.

In his Bachelor of Science, Mark concentrated on nutrition and zoology and attended a semester at the University of California, Davis taking courses in cage bird medicine, nutrition and avian science. It has been more than ten years that he has been studying companion birds; writing his first paper on parrot breeding in 1983 and establishing HARI in 1985.

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Tropican Pelleted Bird Food and the Competition
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Tropican Pelleted Bird Food and the Competition

TROPICAN AND THE COMPETITION –
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Tidy Bird No-mess Bird Feeder for Small Birds From Cockatiels to Conures
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Tidy Bird No-mess Bird Feeder for Small Birds From Cockatiels to Conures

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