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  • Pigeons are quite ... annoying to that point I suppose.
    You can litterally blindfold it, take it to another country and it'll mostlikely return to your place if it sees that place as it's home ...
    Tbh I would call it loyal rather than annoying but and a total plus since most people aren't as loyal as pigeons XD

    I used to have a swallows nest in my room .... so once in a while I found a swallow in my room cuz it tried to leave through my (closed) window instead of the way it actually came in to it's nest. They were underneath the roof and made a small hole in the wall which led to my room. So one day a baby swallow fell out of the nest and I tried everything to get it back in but failed. So I kept it for a while but sadly enough after a couple of days it died (yes I did feed it .... even woke up in the middle of the night to feed it). I was only 12 at the time so it's not like I had that much time for it in between school and sleep. But that's the cycle of life ... everything living thing dies eventually
    Il y a 5 ans
    AkiraIl y a 5 ans#2831651Awn, Fizzy looks adorable! ;-; Do you have more pics of your birds around? I would love to see them ;v;
    I'm glad to hear he left! Sounds like he knew what to do and it just took him a bit to get his bearings.

    And thank you! :D I have tons of pictures and would love to share. There is a clear Fizzy bias here... he loves the camera and makes it very easy to take pictures of him.
    Voir le spoilerCacher le spoileri.imgur.com/zLE... Simon and Nia, my first birds, right after I got them in 2007. TTGL was the biggest thing in my life at this time and the colors mostly fit so yeah. Simon ended up being female though wwww
    i.imgur.com/KxA... My next two budgies, Petey and Sammy, who ended up in a large cage with Simon and Nia as soon as I determined they didn't come home from the pet store with any illnesses.
    i.imgur.com/lR8... Fizzy taking care of Nicky, a budgie I noticed at Petsmart who seemed to have something wrong with him; I thought he was blind initially. Had to rescue him of course. After doing nothing but laying in his food dish for a week, he perked up and I deemed him well enough to be put in the big cage with all the budgies. He really started acting like a bird after that, hopping and singing. He lived to be just over two years old even though I expected him to die the first week I had him. He was a sweetheart.
    i.imgur.com/Ofr... Stevie and Charlie, a bit worn out after getting their exercise.
    i.imgur.com/Rhy... Stevie
    i.imgur.com/Att... and Charlie. Wish this one wasn't slightly out of focus.
    And now for Fizzy...
    i.imgur.com/LXF... i.imgur.com/IAS... i.imgur.com/uIP... i.imgur.com/WpD... i.imgur.com/P06... i.imgur.com/BiB... feets i.imgur.com/qyK...

    Wow I typed a lot sorry about that wwww
    Il y a 5 ans
    Aww how cute, raise it as your young! :D Oh he went away lol. Hope he manages to return home.
    Il y a 5 ans
    Careful, or you'll end up in a box.... Coo.
    Il y a 5 ans
    RockGodItachiIl y a 5 ans#2832219I don't know much about pigeons but I do know that you shouldn't feed any bird rice as it swells in their stomach. Hope that helps. ^^

    Yeah. I also know you shouldn't feed ducks with bread haha.
    Il y a 5 ans
    I don't know much about pigeons but I do know that you shouldn't feed any bird rice as it swells in their stomach. Hope that helps. ^^
    Il y a 5 ans
    AkiraIl y a 5 ans#2831651It did happen! I woke up in the morning to find out It was gone! Considering the time when I found it I'm guessing the little fella was trapped in a difficult situation since birds and animals in general go to sleep when Its dark. It was probably exploring and practising Its fly and accidentally fell out and didn't know what to do.
    But at least It could sleep without worrying about the cats. I hope is doing fine.

    New knowledge :) Thx for sharing
    Il y a 5 ans
    VeroxionIl y a 5 ans#2824026
    I haven't owned any birds, but it's best to keep him outside. His instincts will kick in eventually and he will either fly back to the nest, or build his own. :D


    It did happen! I woke up in the morning to find out It was gone! Considering the time when I found it I'm guessing the little fella was trapped in a difficult situation since birds and animals in general go to sleep when Its dark. It was probably exploring and practising Its fly and accidentally fell out and didn't know what to do.

    But at least It could sleep without worrying about the cats. I hope is doing fine.

    windyIl y a 5 ans#2823824Aww, poor thing. That was nice of you to rescue him, and hopefully he'll manage to find his way back to where he needs to go. Pigeons certainly are not the smartest birds around...
    I have four birds currently! One budgie, who is the last of the flock and quite old, two Bourke's parakeets, who are the sweetest, gentlest things and such beautiful singers, and one lovebird, Fizzy, who is my life. I adore him and he could do anything and I wouldn't get mad. He's going to be 8 this year... my how time flies. i.imgur.com/kh5... i.imgur.com/Gfq...


    Awn, Fizzy looks adorable! ;-; Do you have more pics of your birds around? I would love to see them ;v;

    KattoIl y a 5 ans#2823843That's interesting! Do you know why they're illegal?

    Oh, sorry, I made a mistake. It's actually another type of bird that is autochthonous of my country. Particulary the north. Is some sort of parrot I think.

    GloriousNipponIl y a 5 ans#2823844Pigeons are flying diseased pests.
    Better to leave it outside than risk getting yourself and your family sick.


    It was outside though. And then It left so you don't have to worry about it, besides Its not like I rubbed the bird on my face and then touched my family or something. I actually washed my hands properly inmediatly after transporting the animal.

    Honestly I'm more worried about my cousin's child who is sick with the flu and since is just a 1 year old everybody is around him. Since last time we visited we have been sneezing a lot lol

    OmeSinclairIl y a 5 ans#2823854Best bet is to try and find a local animal rescue near by D:

    I don't think there any of those for birds... We have shelters for dogs and cats but that's It.

    MarshallDTeachIl y a 5 ans#2823862If Hatoful Boyfriend has taught me anything you need to date that bird

    It left me after one night ;-;...

    karayaIl y a 5 ans#2823874My mother was scared of everything airborne, diseases, insects, planes, flying rats etc etc... So we had mew units instead. Not sure how she never got scared of the cats, when they ran for pigeons they seemed to be flying too!
    We also had pigeons living in the attic, not sure if they see color but my neighbor used to breed them, in a shed ..with a red roof. Guess what color our roof was...? Home sweet home to them.


    lol that sounds unusual, why would someone want to breed pigeons? I mean they do it fine without help so...

    Reiner_BraunIl y a 5 ans#2823889I had a pet pigeon myself, found it unable to fly well and took it home with me. I found out it was sick, so afraid of it flying away while it wasn't fully healthy I cut some of its wing feathers. Once it was back to full health and its feather grew back it never left my house, and came back to sleep inside, during the day it spent the day over the yard, and ocasioanlly walked into the house and climbed to the couch. It was a really odd pigeon, I miss it.

    Awn, such a nice story... This kind of thing makes me want to have a pet bird lol

    GingerlilyIl y a 5 ans#2823896Our cockatiel passed away last September. He was older than I am (don't know his exact age, but I believe he was full-grown when we got him, which would mean he was at least 28-30 years old). He's been with us almost all his (and my) life.
    He wasn't that tame: I was the only one that could feed him by hand (he could be feisty), and he didn't want anyone touching/holding him. I know he was really old and he had all kinds of health problems, but it still broke my heart when I woke up to hear he was gone :(
    I'm sorry for rambling on. I just really miss him :'(


    I'm sorry for your lost :/ I hope you can cope with the loss of your pet. I used to have a dog as well and when It died I cried my eyes out. It had some health issues...

    eviljackspicerIl y a 5 ans#2823961Title: "Found a pigeon"
    Article: "and it was delicious"
    LOL JK
    Seriously though, try some wild bird seed, but I would try some bread as well.


    lmaooo I liked the idea of feeding it corn porridge, but I guess It won't happen since It was able to leave.

    Retro8bitIl y a 5 ans#2823995Awww nice! I use to feed the pigeons all the time when I went fishing with my dad. And the ducks too. :)

    I forgot we have a park with ducks in it. I would like to go and see the ducks again.

    Koru-tanIl y a 5 ans#2824146I read "there are neighbours that predate the pigeons for fun." and I imagined you had crazy neighbours who climb trees at night so they can kill pigeons. Sounds stupid enough to be a Lifetime movie. I guess flying rats pigeons are kind of cute...

    lol that would be weird...

    Leo_OtakuIl y a 5 ans#2824367I'm not sure where you live, but I think the best idea would be to give to a wildlife rehabilitation center. I knew of a lady that decided to keep a baby Canadian goose, it did not end well.

    We don't have those but there are plenty of people who have taken care of lost birds who made tutorials and stuff about how to take care of them properly.

    LimitedIl y a 5 ans#2825100I used to have a cockatiel, but I had to leave him behind to go to college dorms and he was murdered by teflon fumes while I was gone. I miss him, even if he was grumpy.
    My parents still have a relic of a blue-and-gold macaw who is at least a decade older then I am. She was never raised properly so she isn't very friendly and will only tolerate us when we have food. Also a couple years ago some switch flipped in her brain and she became really hormonal and is constantly building a nest and guarding it, despite lacking a mate. She may very well outlive my parents, which would mean I'd end up inheriting her by default. <_<
    No experience with wild birds though. We did find a pair of young mourning doves living in our yard for a week, but they eventually left on their own.


    Oh, good luck with that.
    There is a period of the pigeons life where they go around and practice flying, so It probably happened that with this one. It just had a bad timing.

    NanikaIl y a 5 ans#2831433Maybe it is your destined hatoful boyfriend :D
    ..No? Okay ._.
    Actually I've never taken care of a wild bird before but it was very kind of you to take it in and I hope it will turn out okay :)


    lol thanks. I hope is fine where is it.

    Thanks to all for your comments! It was a fun read.
    Il y a 5 ans
    Maybe it is your destined hatoful boyfriend :D

    ..No? Okay ._.

    Actually I've never taken care of a wild bird before but it was very kind of you to take it in and I hope it will turn out okay :)
    Il y a 5 ans
    I used to have a cockatiel, but I had to leave him behind to go to college dorms and he was murdered by teflon fumes while I was gone. I miss him, even if he was grumpy.

    My parents still have a relic of a blue-and-gold macaw who is at least a decade older then I am. She was never raised properly so she isn't very friendly and will only tolerate us when we have food. Also a couple years ago some switch flipped in her brain and she became really hormonal and is constantly building a nest and guarding it, despite lacking a mate. She may very well outlive my parents, which would mean I'd end up inheriting her by default. <_<

    No experience with wild birds though. We did find a pair of young mourning doves living in our yard for a week, but they eventually left on their own.
    Il y a 5 ans
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