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Re: found budgerigar

Posted by jacky on 12/13/06
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    thankyou Toby's mum for lost/found address, a big thankyou to
    Adrian Dominguez for taking the time to post advice on care, we
    have bought regular food but are grateful for your input,
    hopefully we will reunite him soon in the meantime we are
    enjoying his company.On 12/10/06, Toby's Mom wrote:
    > There is an international lost and found Yahoo group. Try
    > posting your found budgie at:
    > I see a posting that someone lost a budgie in Wargrave,
    > Reading in November. Don't know how far that is from you. But
    > check out this group.
    > Good luck!
    > On 12/09/06, Adrian Dominguez wrote:
    >> On 12/09/06, jacky wrote:
    >>> We have found a very nice quite tame budgerigar today, can
    >>> someone help with information on what we can safely give
    >>> it to eat, ideally improvising from our kitchen. We have
    >>> common chicken corn/maize but it looks a bit large would
    >>> weetabix or porridge oats be of use? Also is does anyone
    >>> know of a national website for uk lost and found birds? we
    >>> are located between cheltenham and gloucester.
    >> Theres lots of safe improves you can feed this bird from a
    >> regular kitchen stapel. such as cheerios, or any other
    >> cerial that doesnt have sugar, best would be fresh vegies or
    >> even fruit, frozen fruit and vegies too. Bread and meat
    >> arent the best thing but its ok. You may have a hard time
    >> getting it to eat anything that it doesnt already recognize
    >> as food but if it sees you eating something it might be
    >> tempted.
    >> Some things you want to
    >> AVOID
    >> chocolate, caffien, avacodo, fruit seeds, salt,
    >> Other non food things to avoid wuld be
    >> scented candels, cooking with nonstick pans while the
    >> bird is in the room w/ you, arisol sprays, pretty much
    >> anything that has any sort of scent to it especially
    >> cleaning chemicals.