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Re: aviary and flight for cassie

Posted by Cassima on 1/13/06
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    My parent's (actually my dad's) Macaw is 34... almost 10 years older then I am, and we
    have both lived fairly long, so far. I have had both of my teils for 4-5 years. I think I
    am still on a really good track.

    On 1/13/06, Alison wrote:
    > On 1/13/06, Magia wrote:
    > Please you guys. Just THINK about what you are saying. When your
    >> parrot dies at age 10 or less because of your refusal to let it be a parrot, then we
    >> can talk. -magia
    > ________________________________________________________
    > If that is your defense, would you care to explain how my recently deceased clipped
    > Cockatiel managed to live to the ripe old age of 19? The average is 12-15 or 15-20,
    > depending on which study you read. Or maybe you could explain the one that I lost to a
    > gas leak about a month ago, he was 23 and clipped all his life also. I currently still
    > have a 12 year old tiel and a 22 year old tiel. Maybe you could explain them? Doesn't
    > really fit very well into your 'clipping the wings will shorten the life span' theory,
    > now does it? -Alison-