On 1/13/06, Debby wrote:
> *throwing up my hands* This is the only part of the post that you pick up and say
> something about? Did you not read the part that says, can't we all agree to
> disagree? This will never be solved, there are people that choose to clip, and
> people that do not...... My birds are happy and healthy, to me that is all that
> Why do you keep beating a dead horse?
> My birds glide....thats what they do to keep them from the dangers as described in
> posts that have already been posted. I have witnessed a flighted bird my neighbor
> had, zooming around the house, the bird flew into the kitchen, and landed right in
> hot oil pan that they just got done using. Needless to say their beloved pet died.
> It can happen in a split second. Thats all it took for their bird to be gone.
> Again I say, we are beating a dead horse into the ground.
>> On 1/13/06, Debby wrote:
>> My birds are thriving, and very
>> I excersise them every day with fly...fly fly....they flap their wings
>> till there is no tomorrow!
>> Birds are extremely intelligent creatures but I hope they do not really
>> understand what other birds do when they "really do fly" because they would
>> be more than anything very sad and embarrassed that a human would pretend to them
>> that flying is being held by the legs and allowed to flap their wings with said
>> human calling fly fly fly until they are spent. :(
Gliding is not the same as flying