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Re: still coming to feeder

Posted by Alison on 2/08/06
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    On 2/08/06, Laura inTx. wrote:

    >> We have several keets that are living happy and free in my area,
    >> they frequent my feeders and my berry trees, along with the flocks
    >> that they have joined. If those birds needed my help, I would be
    >> right there to assist them, but they are doing great, so I don't
    >> interfere. These birds have found acceptance and companionship
    >> with other small birds and have learned to survive and are enjoying
    > living free. I wouldn never take that away from them. -Alison-
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    > If one of you with the strong opinions can tell me this Budgie can
    > survive in below freezing temps then I will leave well enough
    > alone.If i wanted a budgie,I would go buy one. But being that I own 2
    > Tiels ,that is not the case.Wow....I thought this site was to assist
    > and advise,excuse me for being concerned.
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    Every bird is going to be different when they escape captivity. Some
    will hook up with accepting flocks of native birds and others will
    not. I live in New England, and it is very cold here. The birds that
    join flocks will survive jsut as well as the rest of the flock. A
    single escaped bird will not likely survive alone. Escaped birds that
    are hungry and cold, also know that humans have food and they often
    times will fly to a human when they have no other choice left except to
    die. I gave an opinion and an example, I didn't say anything negative
    toward you, so whats with the attitude? -Alison-