Vehicle running out of gas, possiblity of exploding????? You
compare that to wing clipping ???? Dear God...
Hope you don't run out of gas anytime soon.
On 10/03/07, Mj wrote:
> On 10/02/07, Lost parrots wrote:
>> And if you do it wrong, you've lost a family member. The risk
>> is too great. It is like throwing your kid out of a plane and
>> telling the world that if he does the parachute correctly,
>> success is 100&37;.
> Humans are not naturally born to fly, nor are they born with a
> oparachute to their back. LOL.
> Free flying gives your birds hope and a life. If done correctly
> and with lots of training, and love and time you will have an
> excellent free flyer. Children grow up, as do animals, and they
> need to experience things. You wouldnt stop your kids from
> driving just because a vehicle needs gas and it has a
> possibility of exploding. Yes there is a risk, but we take risks
> EVERY SINGLE DAY OF OUR LIVES. I believe that birds should live
> a little too.
> I 100&37; agree with your circamstances do no tallow flying or
> atleast fully flighted, then you cannot do it. But I for one
> believe birds shoudnt be clipped. Free flight helps with
> excersize, more than toys and out of cage time provides, it
> opens up the lungs more, and allows blood flow much better. Its
> much healthier for abird to have free flight than to clip. I
> see better odds with a bird who KNOWS HOW TO FREE FLY and come
> back to you, then a bird who is carried of fby the wind and
> doesnt know a things about flight. Clipping wings doesnt 100&37;
> protect a bird from flying. It just limits their flying upwards,
> but they can still fly.