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The Smallest Bird you have ever seen
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Michael
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RE: The Smallest Bird you have ever seen
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Edel  Wrote: (02-11-2018 08:10 AM)
Archangel  Wrote: (02-11-2018 07:43 AM)
Chills my heart hearing of it. I can only imagine what you might have felt, in my body and mind. So sorry HeartflowersHugs





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOjoI2QSnlA

that was close to forty years ago--i can still feel every moment

but in the end you know you would do it all over again

Yarn ago, as a small boy with a bb gun, a very small nuthatch was shot and killed. I didn't think a bb would kill it, even if I hit it. It did.

It's mate was nearby, it died on spot, from the shock of seeing it's mate killed.

My soul chars again, when I think of that. They taught me so much.
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Edel
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RE: The Smallest Bird you have ever seen
Archangel  Wrote: (02-11-2018 08:18 AM)
Edel  Wrote: (02-11-2018 08:10 AM)
that was close to forty years ago--i can still feel every moment

but in the end you know you would do it all over again

Yarn ago, as a small boy with a bb gun, a very small nuthatch was shot and killed. I didn't think a bb would kill it, even if I hit it. It did.

It's mate was nearby, it died on spot, from the shock of seeing it's mate killed.

My soul chars again, when I think of that. They taught me so much.

we are here to learn from our mistakes

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Edel
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RE: The Smallest Bird you have ever seen
269346  Wrote: (02-11-2018 08:11 AM)
What does it eat? Like bacteria or something?

my brother found the bird in a nest blown down in a storm and brought it to me as i had raised numerous baby critters as a kid--it was newly hatched with its eyes still closed--mebe 2 days old at the most

birds eat lots of insects and it was early spring but i didnt have time to find bugs for it all the time as i was working a split shift as a telephone operator and had a new baby of my own so mine started out mostly on organic whole wheat bread soaked in water--i would stuff it as much as he could eat before i left for work then feed him all i could in the hours i was home--its a miracle he even survived

then after he learned to fly i took him outside in hopes he would be able to find his own food but he always came back to me and waited for me to feed him--i suppose he thought i was his mother

so we got a cage for him that was always left open and kept him inside except when feeding him bugs and worms outside

if he had lived longer he probably would have learned to feed himself eventually

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RE: The Smallest Bird you have ever seen
Archangel  Wrote: (02-10-2018 10:49 PM)
The Smallest Bird you have ever seen. I think you will enjoy this. I certainly did....






Heartflowers

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Bicnarok
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amazing, thanks for sharing

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Post: #36
RE: The Smallest Bird you have ever seen
Edel  Wrote: (02-11-2018 08:54 AM)
269346  Wrote: (02-11-2018 08:11 AM)
What does it eat? Like bacteria or something?

my brother found the bird in a nest blown down in a storm and brought it to me as i had raised numerous baby critters as a kid--it was newly hatched with its eyes still closed--mebe 2 days old at the most

birds eat lots of insects and it was early spring but i didnt have time to find bugs for it all the time as i was working a split shift as a telephone operator and had a new baby of my own so mine started out mostly on organic whole wheat bread soaked in water--i would stuff it as much as he could eat before i left for work then feed him all i could in the hours i was home--its a miracle he even survived

then after he learned to fly i took him outside in hopes he would be able to find his own food but he always came back to me and waited for me to feed him--i suppose he thought i was his mother

so we got a cage for him that was always left open and kept him inside except when feeding him bugs and worms outside

if he had lived longer he probably would have learned to feed himself eventually

How long did the bird live?
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Edel
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Post: #37
RE: The Smallest Bird you have ever seen
269346  Wrote: (02-11-2018 07:16 PM)
Edel  Wrote: (02-11-2018 08:54 AM)
my brother found the bird in a nest blown down in a storm and brought it to me as i had raised numerous baby critters as a kid--it was newly hatched with its eyes still closed--mebe 2 days old at the most

birds eat lots of insects and it was early spring but i didnt have time to find bugs for it all the time as i was working a split shift as a telephone operator and had a new baby of my own so mine started out mostly on organic whole wheat bread soaked in water--i would stuff it as much as he could eat before i left for work then feed him all i could in the hours i was home--its a miracle he even survived

then after he learned to fly i took him outside in hopes he would be able to find his own food but he always came back to me and waited for me to feed him--i suppose he thought i was his mother

so we got a cage for him that was always left open and kept him inside except when feeding him bugs and worms outside

if he had lived longer he probably would have learned to feed himself eventually

How long did the bird live?

im not certain of the age but the bird still had some of the yellow on its bill like this bird:

[Image: babywrens-101.jpg?w=558&h=504]

it was flying already but was still a baby

i think if i had the time to let it fly around more outside the birds watching may have eventually started feeding it--i read that they do if you rescue a small bird just put in in a tree and they all teach it to find its own food

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Amazing having you here, Edel....thank you for your kind words of forgiveness.

Nice seeing this thread on the 1st page again too.

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RE: The Smallest Bird you have ever seen
Archangel  Wrote: (03-13-2018 06:24 AM)
Amazing having you here, Edel....thank you for your kind words of forgiveness.

Nice seeing this thread on the 1st page again too.

.

thanks



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