Invasive Birds?


Nikonzen

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#1
Have a look at this article.

Among the responses there is this... "Problem is the species are not a native bird. because of that, diseases from these birds can and will effect our native bird populations. I understand the whole save the parrot movement. I know Parrot lives Matter. We have to protect all our native species of bird and allowing a non native bird species into the foreign environment is a mistake. What is so nice since there is no hunting regulations on non native birds I can and will hunt these birds down and kill them kill them all"

Does this guy have a point or no?

Is it climate change maybe eg. South Texas becoming tropical?
 

diver-hloc

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#2
Agree that climate change could have make the area suitable for the parrots... but not as the GOP admit that Climate Change even exist.... LOL

If those parrots are not endangered... then shooting them can stop invasive species spreading... Australia have been doing it for years...
 

donut88

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Have a look at this article.

Among the responses there is this... "Problem is the species are not a native bird. because of that, diseases from these birds can and will effect our native bird populations. I understand the whole save the parrot movement. I know Parrot lives Matter. We have to protect all our native species of bird and allowing a non native bird species into the foreign environment is a mistake. What is so nice since there is no hunting regulations on non native birds I can and will hunt these birds down and kill them kill them all"

Does this guy have a point or no?

Is it climate change maybe eg. South Texas becoming tropical?
Don't kill. Poach them and smuggle them out to traders for $$$
 

Yutaka Go

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The best place for parrot is on the shoulder :bsmilie:

 

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