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Re: Flighted Birds. Patsy and Scott keep up the good work

Posted by Jim on 1/13/06
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    On 1/11/06, Patsy wrote:
    > I have been reading this thread for some time and I have
    > decided to take the time to post.
    >
    > Until those of you who clip wings spend time with a fully
    > flighted you will never know the difference.
    >
    > Have you ever taken the time to interact with a bird that
    > has been fully flighted from a baby? How are you able to
    > intelligently make a decision on what is correct when you
    > have no information about flight then your own biased
    > opinion? When someone does give you good information you
    > shoot it down because it doesn't tell you what you want to
    > hear.
    >
    > Due to your lack of credentials every time you speak you
    > loose validity. Until you have lived with a fully flighted
    > bird you are definitely not qualified to give advice on
    > their behalf.
    >
    > Below is a link to the cockatiel chat...even this owner can
    > see they difference when birds are allowed to fly.
    ..
    Patsy and Scott you are so right but it seems people just
    MAKE a bird adapt to their ways and their home completely
    instead of looking at the situation before they acquire a
    bird and adapt themselves and their home to the birds needs!
    If people want a bird in the home (yes this is just my
    opinion along with many like minds) they should make sure
    there is a safe place where the bird can be a bird and be
    able to fly etc. and then it can be introduced anywhere else
    with care and education. If a person does not have the
    ability to do this "why on God's Earth have a bird inside in
    the first place? - decoration? status symbol? pretty? etc.
    etc.
    Jim