I Saw Wild Parrots in New York City

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Wiggles Press, Mar 3, 2010 - 32 pages
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"I SAW PARROTS IN NEW YORK CITY " by George Sommers is the new children's book published by Wiggles Press that explains how these exotic birds journeyed thousands of miles from South America to New York City and how they adapted from a tropical rainforest to the ultimate cold and gritty northern urban environment. This new book is fun and offers educational reading for kids, and the lavish color on site photos are sure to captivate birdwatchers, pet parrot owners, nature enthusiasts and New York City fanciers of all ages.
 

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George Sommers is a freelance writer who has been published internationally, nationally and locally. Mr. Sommers has photographed wildlife from Alaskan bears to Florida alligators as a hobby. Born on Long Island, New York; the current Quincy, MA resident is "companion human" to Pippy the cockatoo, pictured here. His writing is regularly featured in "Pet Gazette" and examiner.com Boston under PETS George is a 1978 graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst Massachusetts School of Journalism, where he majored in Journalism and English.

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