On 5/31/05, Julie wrote:
> It is federally protected under the migratory bird act. It is
> illegal to have one without proper permits and I believe they
> have to be non releasable to have even with permitting and
> a purpose other then a pet. You would have to contact your
> state's Fish and Wildlife Commision for information
> On 5/30/05, Stacy wrote:
>> I have no clue. being that they are the symbol bird of a
>> state or two, I would assume they would be fedrally protected-
>> here in Michigan, it is illigal to own a robin or even
>> disturb a robins nest.
>> To thell you the truth, I do not beleive you can own one, but
>> I could be wrong.
>> On 5/28/05, joe wrote:
>>> Does anyone have an oriole or know where to find one?
Thank you Julie and Stacy. I saw one for sale at a bird store a
few years back but didn't know what it was, and later on found
that it's suppose to be one of the most kept song bird in Brazil.