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Posted 13th January 2017, 03:47 AM
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Its good.. eagerly waiting for the small ones.. how long will it take?
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What breed is the white one?
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They both seem like common indian highflyers also called as desi or girebazz
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Is the string gone now? Where did the other bird come from? Are they a pair ? Where did the eggs come from? Lol read the whole thread but had this confusions
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They both seem like common indian highflyers also called as desi or girebazz
Thanks, is it possible to pet them?
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Is the string gone now? Where did the other bird come from? Are they a pair ? Where did the eggs come from? Lol read the whole thread but had this confusions
String is still there, but unfortunately she lost her finger. I dont know whether they are pair, i see both of them comming together for the last 2 days. Eggs are from the ferals (different pair) and its inside a box
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Yeah they can be pet, actually I would catch them as soon as possible and make them a house and give them a home if possible, they are not meant to be in the wild. The brown one could be a female and the white one can be a male. They both must have most probably paired up as most people in india say that the feral pigeons dont pair up with donestic one ,though I m not sure about it. If their is a way you could catch them, and keep and feed them for a while in capitative, they will never leave your balcony. I have a few ways to catch pigeons ,but I can be criticized for it. So you can search on google or youtube for the methods
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Yeah they can be pet, actually I would catch them as soon as possible and make them a house and give them a home if possible, they are not meant to be in the wild. The brown one could be a female and the white one can be a male. They both must have most probably paired up as most people in india say that the feral pigeons dont pair up with donestic one ,though I m not sure about it. If their is a way you could catch them, and keep and feed them for a while in capitative, they will never leave your balcony. I have a few ways to catch pigeons ,but I can be criticized for it. So you can search on google or youtube for the methods
Oh no ur not revealing the secret, i do not want to cage them.
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You can't pet them. Don't disturb even after the eggs are hatched. Otherwise they will abandon it. Let grow up and leave the nest safely. Don't cause any disturbance.
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Please don't cage them. They are free birds and they belong to he wild not in a cage.
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Please don't cage them. They are free birds and they belong to the wild not in a cage.
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Any reason that i cannot pet them?
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Please don't cage them. They are free birds and they belong to he wild not in a cage.
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Please don't cage them. They are free birds and they belong to the wild not in a cage.
Surprised to know that high flyers are belonged to wild.
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Any reason that i cannot pet them?
The reason why you cannot pet them is because at a certain stage, or even when they are young, the parents will start to leave the nest alone with the babies. They will only come to feed them. But they will watching their babies from a distance. If they see you petting or playing with their babies, They will abandon the nest forever. They won't come back to feed them and the food which they give to their babies is Really important for their health. If they lack the food, they won't be healthy.
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I understand your love for them but its for the greater good.
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