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Date Posted: 20:27:18 04/06/10 Tue
Author: Ursula
Author Host/IP: 99.166.101.214
Subject: Re: Aviary - response to Diane
In reply to: Ursula 's message, "Aviary - response to Diane" on 20:23:20 04/06/10 Tue

P.S.: No, I never had a bird escape. I have a curtain in front of the sliding door (made of wire mesh) that I close before opening the door and entering. I only have to watch the parrotlets when I let them out during cleaning and feeding and when I might leave for a few minutes. They love to fly towards me when I go back in and also sit on the wire of the door and wait for me to go back in. :-) The finches and budgies instinctively fly away from the door when I am outside and about to go in. Needless to say that I never keep the door open, of course...

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