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Last Post 26-06-2012 8:50 AM by  sue
True Birdline madness
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24-06-2012 3:51 AM

    In I suspect true birdline madness I took in 23 cockatiels to my avairy in the garden, getting them all in it was perfectly clear that the avairy is not big enough. My chinchillas  are in a small avairy so I though it would be a good idea to build a tunnel between the two avairies for the cockatiels. They love and I thought what a wonderful idea it has been. 

    Till we checked in with the chinchillas (little baby still with parents) in the morning who are now in a spare cage in the other room NO BABY TO BE SEEN, absolutely no clue how it got out of cage. Can't find it any where I know I thought I'll leave some food on the floor and see if it comes out over night to feed. 

    Plan was sound till my 5 year old went down first and thought it would be a good idea to put more food out, so I don't know if the baby chin has fed or not.

    Gotta wait another night now to see if the baby is free in that room or just vanished somehow. Thankfully it's a concrete floor so it cannot disappear under the floor boards.

    I am continually astounded to how curing one problem ALWAYS leads to a bigger one lol.

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    25-06-2012 11:41 AM
    Good news caught the bloody thing. Now in a small cage it can't get out of. Just need to decide what I'm gonna do with it.
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    25-06-2012 12:39 PM
    PMSL - I did smile about this. How are the tiels doing?
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    26-06-2012 8:50 AM
    Lol Sue that did make me laugh, glad you found him, hope to see him on sat??? Gona call you the bird woman of lee!!!! lol.sue,x
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