Bird Fest – A Celebration of Aviculture

Livingston Ripley Waterfowl Conservancy

55 Duck Pond Road

Litchfield, CT


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The day will include presentations by bird experts on keeping a variety of bird types.  The Conservancy’s grounds will also be open for attendees to enjoy our waterfowl collection and learn how we keep our birds. 

Bird Fest is FREE and open to the public


Speaker Lineup:

10am: Keeping Pheasants & Quail –  Ed Roberts

 11am: Introduction to Falconry – Nick  Tiberio

 12pm: Selecting & Preparing Chickens for Exhibition -  Stephen Blash

 1pm: Keeping Parrots -  Daniel Kopulos

 2pm: Raising Waterfowl – Ian Gereg

 3pm: Ask an Avian Vet – Dr. Marc Valitutto




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For more information, contact:

Ian Gereg


(860)567-2062

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