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Tame/pet Magpies.

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    Hello,

    I would like to have a pet magpie. It would have to hand rear from being a chick so it would be pure chance to spot one that had fallen from a nest. Very quirky and intelligent, they make cool pets.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kc2zTAixMIQ
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khTSU_riwF4
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    I have a pigeon
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    (Original post by louisedotcom)
    I have a pigeon
    Louisedotcom! That is cool, but pigeons are not on a par with the intellect of the Corvid family, still, do you race it? Tell me more.
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    (Original post by BIG BAD BOB)
    Louisedotcom! That is cool, but pigeons are not on a par with the intellect of the Corvid family, still, do you race it? Tell me more.
    Nah nothing like that Originally it was just some random pigeon that I found in the street. I was out shopping and there was this tiny baby pigeon with a broken wing on the floor- Eventually someone was going to tread on it or something, and it would have definatly died out on its own not able to fly so I picked it up took it home and looked after it. Put it into the avery with the other birds whilst he was recovering and gaining his strength and he seemed very happy. When its wing was healed we let him go, but he always comes back, I think he likes us
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    Yes, I keep some Newcastle fans in a cage in my garden. My attempt to socialise a small broken part of society.


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    (Original post by LaurenFah)
    Yes, I keep some Newcastle fans in a cage in my garden. My attempt to socialise a small broken part of society.


    Thats harsh! :mad:
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    (Original post by miki_da_magpie)
    Thats harsh! :mad:
    I am only joking :p:
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    (Original post by louisedotcom)
    Nah nothing like that Originally it was just some random pigeon that I found in the street. I was out shopping and there was this tiny baby pigeon with a broken wing on the floor- Eventually someone was going to tread on it or something, and it would have definatly died out on its own not able to fly so I picked it up took it home and looked after it. Put it into the avery with the other birds whilst he was recovering and gaining his strength and he seemed very happy. When its wing was healed we let him go, but he always comes back, I think he likes us
    Wow respek' to you.

    I fould a greenfinch in my garden and nurtured him back to health also (broken wing), he was attacked by a cat.

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    (Original post by BIG BAD BOB)
    Wow respek' to you.

    I fould a greenfinch in my garden and nurtured him back to health also (broken wing), he was attacked by a cat.

    Awww look at the birdie
    Looks like its in some kind of s****y bird hammock. Did you name it?
    We get magpies in my garden all the time, my parents feed them everyday so there are always loads of them about.
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    (Original post by LaurenFah)
    I am only joking :p:
    I know

    We had a crow that fell off our roof for a while. But it wouldnt eat so it died Sad story
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    (Original post by louisedotcom)
    Awww look at the birdie
    Looks like its in some kind of s****y bird hammock. Did you name it?
    We get magpies in my garden all the time, my parents feed them everyday so there are always loads of them about.
    Nooo Lou, I didn't name him. But I looked after him and ensured that he wouldn't face an inevitable death; after the RSPB and the local vet made it clear they weren't interested in his welfare.
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    (Original post by BIG BAD BOB)
    Nooo Lou, I didn't name him. But I looked after him and ensured that he wouldn't face an inevitable death; after the RSPB and the local vet made it clear they weren't interested in his welfare.
    Meanies
    I took in a squirrel once (obviously not to the RSBP lol) and they didnt want him either.

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