On 2/15/07, Curley wrote:
> I have a reply for KittyJ and her original question posted
> here. for some reason its wont post where its suppossed to.
> Posted by KittyJ on 2/14/07
> I didnt know you bred Hys, you been keeping this from
> me ;) Jk :)
> I agree God is the only one that shoudl be Worshipped.
> Also are yuo a breeder breeder, or one that has 10pairs
> that "accidently" had a few babies ;) I would love to
> learn more about
> Hys as I would love to breed and have a natural
> environemtn for them
> and help rehabilitate them and have more natral birds in
> the wild..
> not with just Hys but all endangered birds. And I would
> love to be in
> contact with a few breeders of the birds I would love to
> help :)
> posted by Curley
> Dear KittyJ
> In the past I have pretty much been quiet here on birdmart
> cuz it seems that one can say the most innocent and
> uncontrovercial thing and get attacked by a gackle of
> trolls. That said, being able to accumeulate this many
> breeder hys has made it possible for me to cut back on
> breeding most other species. I breed hys for 2 reasons, to
> help preserve the species and [like everyone else] the
> money. I need to support myself and these birds somehow.
> They won't be releasing hys back to the wild for a very
> long time, if ever. The hy is brazils national treasure
> and is being greatly protected now. Because of this I
> believe that the wild numbers should sustain or hopefully
> increase. The government has really stepped in to help
> protect these and other endangered species. And
> governments of most countries are now working together to
> protect all species.
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