12839Re: [UFOnet] morphology
- Jul 1, 2002Linette;
I appreciate animals in general. Birds are a magnificent lot, the thought of
them having been evolved from reptiles is amazing. We used to keep pigeons
and parakeets. It was exciting to see the new babies hatch from the clutch,
whether it was a parakeet or a pigeon. I have rescued many sparrows and
other finches as well as blue jays and starlings. I don't have the time to
tend to these critters anymore. Right now the only birds we have are
chickens. My husband is tinkering in their care as a hobby. The fresh eggs
are great but I hate hearing all his roosters crowing. LOL...
In a message dated 7/1/2002 9:56:02 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
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