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post #31 of 103 (permalink) Old 05-08-2013, 07:39 PM
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I love birds! Living in the country we have lots of wooded areas around, animals include blue birds, foxes, owls, squirrels, and coyotes, also seen some wolves.
I am always out side when I am not doing water changes that is lol.
Last year we found a baby robin, its dead sibling on the ground, it was so sad. In the end he died although we tried everything. We attempted to put him back in the tree in a basket but he was obviously injured and the he mom had left.
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post #32 of 103 (permalink) Old 05-08-2013, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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there are wrens in austrailia?

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I love this thread too! I cant believe im the first one to make one like this. beutifulbetta what was the treatment you gave it?

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what kind of animal house should I make? or how should I attract and help animals?

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It didn't even have its feather yet, it didn't really have a chance and couldn't move because something was wrong with it.
We kept it warm, know that sounds lame but with in half our it had died there wasn't much treatment we could give it. We didn't know anything about them and how to care for them. We see looking up info when my brother was like, yeah Shae it is one...
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i cared for 17 nestlings that were in a boat we brought home. it had plenty of babies i kept them for 16 days but eventually they died.

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dont be afraid to post people.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superb_Fairywren

I think they get this wren. I have always just called them fairy wrens.

They have a tea tree hedge and so the wrens and willie wag-tails love it.


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There's a couple of interesting Irish folktales and songs around here at christmas time about wrens. Something to do about wrens being the messengers from heaven or angels of something, you hear the stories down the Southern Shore.. I only know about the mummer's tradition of hunting wren at christmas time :/

Those lyre birds are gorgeous!! And I grew up in a North Atlantic city where the only parrots were in cgaes in the store. On nature docs seeing them free was always a treat, I would love somewhere where those parrots are free :) I cannot remember the name of the place mentioned in NZ but it sounds breathtaking! I always wanted to visit NZ and AUS. (except for the spiders, lol)

blu, we have Northern flickers here (which is a woodpecker) and they're considered pests in a lot of the urban island bc they like to nest in homes, like starlings except they're more destructive.

I would like to live out around the bay here (Newfoundland outports) because I could live closer to nature and have a lot more to talk about lol

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the flickers are yellow shafted correct? you dont have to put parenthesis around the birds because i know almost all the birds species by name! im a dedicated wildlife watcher/ nature. watcher.

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