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Laughing Turtledoves r a common Cape Turtledove, from the Western Cape in South Africa. They r called so because their call sound like a laugh, almost like hehehehehe with crescendos. They also have a brown ring on half of their neck at the front on crop. They were babie+one fell out of nest + was about 5-7 days old. I raised him with Parakeet breeding mix + de-husked millets. The other1 was an open target on our front porch half frozen. Hubby found him at 10pm, he was a Fledgling but seemed lost. So I took him in too+ raised him the same till both pecked own seeds. My IRNs seem to also be rescued. Bought from a women who has flea market+ she bought it off someone who obviously wanted2 get rid of them! Sad that people take on pets but don't endure! So I have hands full! The cleaning is the hard work!,regards Maz7
Yep a true labor of love, luckily I am semi retired now and only do books for 2 clients, but there r also other duties in our lives daily, I have2 tortoises wandering in back garden, 2 cats, r dogs plus my daughter+ her2 cats moved in for 2 years now! Very busy Noah's Ark! He he
Hey Skye, My kids are far more messier than my birds! Their 'droppings' are harder to clean even Cleaning after kids is a full time job.Skyes_crew wrote:I know how you you feel I don't know who's messier though. My kids or the animals. It may be a contest