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Association of Avian Veterinarians

Highlights of AAV Board Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, April 7, 1981
Source: A.A.V. Newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 2 (Jun., 1981), pp. 1-2
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A.A.V.
ASSOCIATION

NEWSLETTER
OF AVIAN
VETERINARIANS

of Avian

((^Association
June,
1981

Veterinarians
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2 No.

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HIGHLIGHTS OF AAV BOARD MEETING, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, APRIL 7t 1981
were AAV Board Members,
Present
Robert
Drs.
Altman,
Greg Harrison,
Ron Spink,
Fred Soifer,
David
Richard
Susan
Graham,
Clubb,
Nye, Margaret
Petrak.
Also
were Adina
Freedman,
present
Secretary,
Corresponding
Linda
Dr.
Newsletter
Stan Kleven,
AAAP President,
Editor,
Harrison,
and

Dr.

Steve

Schuchman.

The following
at the
membership

were
decisions
general
meeting

made and
on April

by a vote

approved
8, I98I.

of

the

* AAV will
own autonomous
its
have
in Chicago
in June,
1982.
meeting
the
is
Richard
General
for
Chairman
this
will
in
which
Nye
meeting,
clude
and wet labs.
topics
in-depth
* AAV will
an active
in providing
continue
to take
part
speakers
for avian
sections
of programs
States,
presented
by AVMA, AAHA, W; estern
and AFA.
If an AAV member is solicited
to speak
at the meetings
of
these

other

service

organizations,

AAV members who speak
at
ever,
own expenses
etc.
for travel,

be

re-imbursed

for

expenses

can

be

re-imbursed.

the AAV Annual
Meeting
Non-members
solicited

assume
will
for speaking

How

their
will

expenses.

* The final
of AAV was approved
draft
of the Constitution
and is
to
the
channels
insure
status.
submitted
non-profit
through
legal
being
A copy will
be mailed
to each member.
* The Treasurer's
a balance
of $6900.00.
showed
Report
* The AAV Newsletter
be copyrighted.
to reprint
will
Anyone wishing
from the Editor
for selected
items
articles
must get permission
only.
* No
been
Ideas
still
be
submitted,
may
adopted.
logo for AAV has yet
in AAV awarded
the winning
contributor.
free membership
with a year's
* Two resolutions
were passed:
1.

of AAV and submitted
to
Graham on behalf
(Written
by David
a
be
common
to
continues
"Whereas
avian
USDA):
Chlamydiosis
that
the required
resolved
be it hereby
zoonotic
disease,
levels
of
to imported
of
chlortetracycline
therapeutic
feeding
be.
enforced
U.S.D.A.
the
the
birds
period
by
during
quarantine
that the membership
of the Associ
Be it further
resolved
and
other
veterinarians
of
Veterinarians
Avian
ation
engaged
cases
to report
be encouraged
all
in avian
diagnosed
practice
as
the
to
authorities
of avian
appropriate
Chlamydiosis
state."
of their
by the laws
required

2.

on behalf
to
of AAV and submitted
Clubb
(Written
by Susan
of
"The
Avian
Association
and Wildlife
U.S.
Fish
Service):
to the blanket
of
is in opposition
Veterinarians
coverage
II
CITES.
on
This
by
Appendix
listing
species
psittacine
for establishing
the need
criteria
to the Berne
is contrary
a
States
enter
should
therefore
United
The
for protection.
to
the
reservation
listing."
psittacine

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to encourage
in spite
of a campaign
opposition
Unfortunately,
to the CITES
from
1000
were
letters
decision,
only
received^(400
no
States.
and
for
be
the
United
will
Reservation
entered
Florida)
II
The proposal,
on Appendix
all
(Threatened),
psittacines
listing
the
with
of the Budgie,
and Indian
Cockatiel,
exception
Ringneck
as adopted,
stands
effective
June 6, 1981.
Parakeet,
* The
were

which

Committee

Nominating

presented

~ _.,_.

approved*

^

n

the

for

officers

1981,

President!
Greg Harrison
Vice-President:
Susan
Clubb
Steve
Schuchman
Secretary:
Treasurer:
Ron Spink

* Committee
were selected
Chairmen
and
an active
If members are
interested
year.
contact
the Chairman.
committee,
please

all
in

are looking
participating

forward
on a

to

Committees

Standing

Steve
Robert
David
Linda

Editorial:

Ways

& Means:

Public

Chr.

Schuchman,
Altman
Ligda
Harrison

Robert

Chr.

Groskin,

Susan

Relations:

Education:

Richard
Nye,
Barry Mitzner
Bruce
Putchat

Membership:

Lee

Duke,

Chr.

Chr.

Chr.

Clubb,

Committees

Research:
Veterinary

Keven
School

Speakers1
Spill:

Flammer,
Liaison:

Bureau:
Eileen

Bruce

Chr.
David

Jim Stunkard,

AAAP Liaison:
Oil

of

are 1 Margaret
of the Board
for 1981-82
Fred
Petrak,
Robert
Art Bickford,
Richard
Graham,
Altman,
Nye.

Other members
David
Soifer,

Ad Hoc

slate

?

Chr.

Putchat,

Hathaway,

Legislative:
Chr.
Graham,
AFA Liaison:
Chr.

David
Dean

Ligda,
Ewing,

Chr.
Chr.

Wildlife:

Chr.

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avian
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regarding
yet submitted
we
in
the
could
as
last
still
and
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drugs
requested
use your help.
of your time will
informa
A few minutes
help
provide
are and how they are used.
on what the most commonly used
tion
drugs
and send to: Kathy Lyon,
Just
jot down a few from your experience
CA 91603.
P.O.
Box 70, N. Hollywood,

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of the AAV Newsletter.
for back
have been requests
There
on an individual
and
mailed
be
to
Since
have
will
these
re-printed
Dec.
each
desired
issue
for
send
1980,
basis,
(Sept.
$2.00
please
are
weeks
or March,
for
and
6-8
allow
processing.
1981)
Requests
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of
P.O.
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to be sent
to:
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Veterinarians,
299?
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East
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