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Birdsinchile Birdsinchile is offline
Posted 30th January 2008, 03:58 PM
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You're right I'm going to talk to my mom about it she might set it or we'll take him to a vet.
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Birdsinchile Birdsinchile is offline
Posted 30th January 2008, 04:01 PM
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Thanks so much for your help! I'm going to see what we'll do and i'll write back tommorow
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Posted 31st January 2008, 07:27 AM
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As that second photo was of my Gonzo I am posting the link of how her splay leg was fixed:

http://outdoors.webshots.com/album/193589827zTYswz

Charis, I hate travel! I just happened to be born in Montevideo, the family moved to Santiago when I was 5 and then to London when I was 16...so I have lived in three capital cities.

I used to have short holidays abroad, so I have been to the US and sort of fell in love with Boston.

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Posted 1st February 2008, 03:01 PM
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Qui'ubo BirdsinChile

If you are lucky enough to have an avian vet nearby then I would take the bird to see her. She will be able to determine whether it can be corrected.

You are the first person in Chile that has posted on this forum.

I grew up in Santiago (my family is anglochilean), but for some reason I never particularly noticed any birds other than the queltehue. What part of Chile are you in?

Cynthia
I'm living in Santiago- there aren't many birds- mostly pigeons and doves
As for the bird... we set his leg and he's doing fine but we're still going to take him to a vet tommorow just in case.
Thanks again for all of your help!!!
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Posted 1st February 2008, 04:47 PM
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I'm living in Santiago- there aren't many birds- mostly pigeons and doves
As for the bird... we set his leg and he's doing fine but we're still going to take him to a vet tommorow just in case.
Thanks again for all of your help!!!
Eggcellent, Birdsinchile; hopefully we'll get to see pics of your pidgie all well and healthy, some day
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