Black Bellied & White Bellied.
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finchbreeder wrote: ↑
27 Nov 2017, 10:29
The odds are not good that the majority of these finches will survive the move and find suitable avairy homes. While those that buy them will no doubt have good intentions they will also need to have the space, knowledge and guidance to do what is needed.
Yep yer definitely not wrong there LML,
this is also a lot of the problem where there being sent to various places and the people at the other end may no very little about the particular species and basically these birds try to survive on the bare minimum of basic or incorrect diet and husbandry
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Craig52 wrote: ↑
24 Nov 2017, 18:42
This is how they are going out PNG, it's disgusting and i believe most don't make it. This lot was on its way to India and from there who knows.15726389_1816687661921910_2430135381801709750_n.jpg
Disgusting how those birds are being treated. Not many would survive once they got to India.The people exporting these out of PNG have no morals.
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Unfortunately morals are often linked to money.