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Thread: Birds Spotting.. Where?

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    Default Re: Birds Spotting.. Where?

    Quote Originally Posted by donchua
    Sungei Buloh will see on 26th Dec.
    BTW, the Punggol coastlines is the place we went last Sunday?
    Punggol coastlines basically cover 75% of the perimeter of Punggol, stretching from Sungei Serangoon at the east all the way up north to Punggol End (where we had the outing) and down the west side to somewhere near the place a number of us did the sunset at Sungei Punggol

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    Default Re: Birds Spotting.. Where?

    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    does the wild one look different?
    normally the wild one will be thinner...as they got exercise(flying).

    feather will always be very neat and mostly nice colour...sun, rain and natural food sought by them is big contributor.

    AND YES!! the wild one bite you real hard if you handle them!!!
    Cleanse your thoughts, not by the foods you eat.

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    Default Re: Birds Spotting.. Where?

    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    does the wild one look different?

    The wild one more fit, home kept is fat fat one. They are not native, if you tend to find one in Singapore flying around, it is a fly-away parrot and the owner will be crying hell over it.
    Last edited by Reno; 20th December 2005 at 09:48 PM.

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