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Last Post 22-10-2016 3:46 PM by  roger t
Lost Budgie a month ago
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22-09-2012 11:22 AM

    Blue and white Budgie lost from West London a month ago.

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    22-10-2016 3:46 PM

    i have been looking for somewhere to rehome a budgie i found in east london when i came across your post, the bird i found is blue and white and i am told it is a hen, not sure though, looks quite young to me, very healthy and likes millet, fairly quiet , cant remeber when i found her but maybe august or spetember. i can send you a picture if you think that may help, also the budgie will sit on my finger but does like to nibble it.

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