"Reitzin, Amanda" <>
John Gamblin <>
Wed, 24 Oct 2001 00:14:17 -0700 (PDT)
Why???????? despite the fact how pennyless I am I
still try my best to feed them because I know what I
have done to their world? for what humans have taken
from them each and every day? and still continue to do
so? check out the destruction to native forrests or
think about what your own home or workplace does? how
much land has already been covered or changed by
humans and human activities? not only concrete? not
only tarmac roads? but the changes to thee what was
once native flora and fauna?
I agree mere bread and meat is as good for them as it
is for you or I, I add multi-vitamins and vegies and
when I can fresh fruit to mine and give plenty of
fresh clean water, which I allow to sit so that the
human made chlorine gas dissipates.
If you would like to suggest a better diet I would be
more then happy to read it? Did you not hear Alan Read
on 3LO this afternoon?
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"Reitzin, Amanda" <> wrote:
I don't know if it's a good idea to feed any bird
"regularly with household scraps, particularly bread
and meat....", is it?
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