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Re: Wing Clipping

Posted by ljhassell on 9/13/07
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    I clip once and let them go fully feathered!I dont agree with clipping wings


    On 9/07/07, Trena wrote:
    > On 6/02/05, Are we done yet? wrote:
    >> Emma, you cannot compare clipping wings to disabling a child so they cannot
    >> walk. I'm so tired of this subject. It's been turned upside down, inside out
    >> every which way. Okay, believe what you believe, but please stop making
    >> absurd comparisons. Our birds can walk and climb and exercise. Even folks I
    >> know that do not have children have lost parrots because of walls, windows
    >> (closed) even the bars of the cage because the macaw would extend it's wings
    >> while climbing, and while they were gone, the corner of the wing was caught
    >> between cage bars.. broke a blood feather and poor baby bled to death. The
    >> cage was plenty big, and that may have happened even if the bird was clipped,
    >> but she was fully flighted. Parrots are pets They are adapted to our
    >> environment. We don't cage our kids. Maybe if we caged them, you could use
    >> them as a comparison. But even YOU keep your fully-flighted bird in a cage, so
    >> please get off the soap box now.
    >
    >
    > THANK YOU!!!!!! I am getting so tierd of hearing people talk about why not to
    clip
    > theirs and other birds wings and why do clip them. I totally agree with you.
    Just
    > thought I should back you up.

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