Use of articles

You like my articles and you would like to use them on your website, newsletter or similar?

I think it is great that you want to help to spread the knowledge about parrots and other birds. After all this can only help the animals which is why I am writing these articles. So, yes, you may use my articles, provided you adhere to the following guidelines.

Copyright

All rights for texts, graphics, images, design and source code remain with me (the author). Any distribution in print or electronically is permitted, if you follow these rules:

  • The content may not be changed in any way. It may not be abbreviated.
  • Complete credit must be given as shown below and it must include the links to my website. To facilitate this, I have included the required html code:

    An article by parrot expert Ann Castro.
    For more information regarding all questions pertaining to your feathered companions please refer to Ann’s homepage. On www.thebirdschool.com you can find an article archive regarding a broad range of topics pertaining to your feathered friends. You may also contact the author directly for consultation.

    html code:

    An article by parrot expert <a href=”http://www.thebirdschool.com/about/” target=”_blank”><u>Ann Castro</u></a>. For more information regarding all questions pertaining to your feathered companions please refer to Ann’s <a href=”http://www.thebirdschool.com” target=”_blank”><u>homepage</u></a>. On <a href=”http://www.thebirdschool.com” target=”_blank”><u>www.thebirdschool.com</u></a> you can find an article archive regarding a broad range of topics pertaining to your feathered friends. You may also contact the author directly for consultation.

  • You must inform me immediately in writing when you have used one of my articles (ann@thebirdschool.com). A link or print must be included.
  • No third party rights are affected
  • All effort has been made to ensure that all information in this text is accurate, up-to-date and easily understandable. As knowledge is expanded continuously, readers must verify for themselves whether any statement may have been made obsolete by newer findings. The author, publisher and any persons representing or working for the aforementioned cannot be held responsible for unforeseen consequences of the use or misuse of this information.
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