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Posted 14th November 2009, 05:23 PM
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Jet black feral squeaker


Saved yesterday about 5 week old squeaker from being put down tomorrow needs home NEPA area.Perfect age to train as pet,or as a friend for another pigeon. Appears healthy good dropping. Beautiful Jet black.Pic in my profile I did not know how to post it here.(computer dope ) Got pic on scroll down.

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Posted 14th November 2009, 05:27 PM
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Can you say what town in NEPA? Thanks for saving it, but why would a 5 week old squeaker be PTS. Thank you, min

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Posted 14th November 2009, 05:39 PM
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Didn't ask there was more than 1,when I found out I ran over and took them (not all squeakers) this 1 seems the sooner it finds a home the better. Stroudsburg area.(rte 80). And I don't keep ferals. I'm evaluating the others. The birds were treated ok.

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How did there happen to be a feral in the mix?
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Good thing you're not closer. I love blacks, and I DO keep ferals, amongst others. Poor baby.
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How did there happen to be a feral in the mix?
My assumption would be that the bird came in very young and is now imprinted,(domesticated)and could not survive on it's own. It definitely appears to be feral,but I'm not 100% sure, the bird is young.Got it.

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He's very pretty.
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looks sort of like an egyptian swift with the long flights and tail but its hard to tell in that picture ..nice looking bird thou
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Adoption on hold he droops his left wing sometimes,but his droppings seem ok. Hoping it wasn't broken and healed,but is possible. I will have to keep an eye on him for a little while, he is on antibiotic so I will post update when he is ready. Sorry!!
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Back up for adoption, droppings look good gaining strength fast.
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wowza! what a beauty! someone get this bird!.
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I think he wants him to go to someone close to him. I'm in Mass.
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Squeaker is defintely male. He was doing an immitation male dance after a hen like they will do. lol
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so M kurps are you willing to ship this bird or not ? if so I think Jay3 would make a lovely home for this fine specimen
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Thanks Lokota. So....................do you ship?
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