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Trying to stay Hopeful <email address not displayed>
Trying to stay Hopeful wrote on the Nanday Conure Forum message board: > My boyfirend and I have a one year old nanday conure. We got him at > only 4 months old for a bargain because he had an injured foot and we > were successful in nursing him back to health. We recently moved to a > new house say about 4 months now. He got pretty used to the place and > the surrounding trees. We let him fly around freely every now and then > but only in the day. He loves people. He flies to anyone; the mailman, > the neighbors and our visitors. Last night while i was cleaning his > cage, our baby flew out of the garage and away into the night. We > couldnt see where he went. My boyfriend called for him and whistled > but there was no response. My boyfriend who has a long history with > birds told me that they cannot see well at night so he wouldnt > recognize anything and would be too afraid to fly anyway. We waited > till this morning when the sun started to rise and went out around the > neighborhood calling him and my boyfriend has a special whistle that > our baby always responds to. We had been at it for hours. What is the > likelihood that he will find his way home? or that he made it safely > through the night? We dont know what to do.
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