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Lost Budgie ---- Sky-Blue Opaline


~ Charly ~

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Our Sky-Blue Opaline Hen escaped from her cage today sleep.gif and she is untamed. We call her Sky.

 

If anyone catches her again / sees her, please PM me ! We are on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.

 

Thanks for any help. biggrin.gif

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Oops, forgot. She is a Sky-Blue CINNAMON Opaline hen. Sorry. tongue.gif

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Another two budgies have escaped from their cage ( dumb aviary doors ! ). They are two young birds named Princess and Dusty, both females.

 

Dusty is a Cinnoman, she is a green-grey blue colour. She escaped today, 6 / 12 / 2011. Semi-tamed I guess ...

Princess was suppose to be a Lacewing, but I think she may be Albino. She is plain white, and a very inquisitive bird. Somehow yesterday ( 5 / 12 / 2011 ) one of the doors to the aviary was left open or popped open ( wasn't main door ), I am pretty sure she was the first to escape the cage, before two others who were returned on the same day.

 

Anyway, if you find them, or the other bird, please PM me ! I'm waiting for them to be returned. :unsure:

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I know how annoying it is to come home and find no bird in the cage... And the whole in the wall to remind me how it felt... Is there anyway you can build a safety door into the aviary?

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I know how annoying it is to come home and find no bird in the cage... And the whole in the wall to remind me how it felt... Is there anyway you can build a safety door into the aviary?

 

Well ... my "aviary" is only really a patio aviary, it's on a stand. We can't build a safety chamber on it then. But, we will be getting a bigger aviary with a safety chamber, and we will be putting it in the shed just to keep all the birds inside. B)

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I know how annoying it is to come home and find no bird in the cage... And the whole in the wall to remind me how it felt... Is there anyway you can build a safety door into the aviary?

 

Well ... my "aviary" is only really a patio aviary, it's on a stand. We can't build a safety chamber on it then. But, we will be getting a bigger aviary with a safety chamber, and we will be putting it in the shed just to keep all the birds inside. B)

 

 

Until then, you might want to put locks or clips on any doors that can "pop" open unexectedly.

 

 

I hope you get them back.

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