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PostPosted: Fri Aug 16, 2013 6:56 am    Post subject:

We keep for kakariki since - wow - didn't thoght it sooo long - for 15 years - INDOOR-

In the first year we tought doing it better than others, but didn't.

Most birds died because flying against windows, mirrorrs, or simply white walls. Now - the walls of our birdroom look like walls, windows ar covered with childrens-window-paint and UV-Light responding paint, mirrors are tabu.
Since we do that, no bird died because of an accident.

... we care for a handicapbird, not able to fly. When running through the birdroom he must not be able to climb higher positions. Therfore we use perspex fixed to the birdgrid. The other fly agaist it fighting her reflection, sometimes really heaviely.

Please - allways - think reflectioning things as probably dangarous for your birds!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!


Georg
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