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Date Posted: 08:30:32 08/07/07 Tue
Author: Beverly
Subject: Right! Rain is doing fine on her diet, so don't worry 'bout ...
In reply to: Connie and Rain 's message, "Re: And sometimes we pay for the pleasure of their company!" on 20:39:29 08/06/07 Mon

(Right! Rain is doing fine on her diet, so don't worry 'bout ...) what others may feed their flyers. A good selection of fruit and veggies, added to a diet of nuts and seeds, will suit just fine.

I didn't know that 'bout dragonflies! But, I can't imagine how anyone could catch a dragonfly for a flyer, anyway! Worms, I don't have any trouble offering to my flyers, and the grasshopper they got was in the water trough -- I fished it out, and gave it a half hour to recover (there was still some leg movement, when I found it floating ...). It didn't, so I put it in the flyers' worm box. It was gone within a half-hour. I don't know which flyer got it, but there were no remains found, at all ...


>>1st of all, those Dragonflies eat mosguitoes!! And I
>just have a problem with "my baby" eating anything
>alive!! I don't know why this is, but, if I can feed
>her otherwise; I would rather!! Any suggestions???
>She is very healthy on what I am giving her: Why
>should I change her diet?? I always get in a "panic
>mode" when I think I am doing everything wrong!!
>Everybody has different feeding practices!! It is SO
>hard to know what to do!! "Acorns give them loose
>poop" Rain gets an acorn every day and has yet to
>have a loose poop! Dog Food "no good" and yet Rain
>loves it!!(as a treat) She also gets fresh water w/an
>ice cube added every night! Now I will be told "ice
>cubes, not good!" Am totally confused on "good diet,
>bad diet!" As long as she gets her Vits., Veggies,
>Fruit, nuts (in the shell), a bone and some protein:
>she should be good! Right?? But, I refuse to spoil
>her!!!!
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> Ive brought items such as cereals, flour, pasta home
>>from Publix and found them already infested BEFORE
>>they spent any time in my pantry. But the Zoo
>>inhabitants are happy to help me out! Hee, Hee!!
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>>>Your right Marianne. Some times it just doesn't
>>>matter how clean you are the little pest find your
>>>food. I was making sauce one day and tossed a brand
>>>new unopened box of macaroni into hot water. The
>>>whole top had floating worms. yuk...

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