I am careful with my birds, but this teaches me to be extra careful.
Bird death story
So to day I lost my second bird. He had intestinal problems. He ate less and less the last days. His dropping alternated between healthy and liquid which led me to think his health was getting back. Until today were his droppings changed colors, while diet stayed the same. He ate almost nothing even though I almost force fed him.
One of my budgies just dropped dead this morning with no apparent reason. in the early morning he was fine, jumping around and eating, then I heard a droping sound in the cage, and there he was on the floor. he droppings looked fine, vent hole clean, no signs of aggression by other birds no nothing.
Could molting cause this?
I have never been to France, this prices are just what they say on the internet for about 30 € for one budgie.
This makes me wonder why is life so expensive in some countries.
I like how costs hobbies making thing by Europeans or Americans compare to how Asians or Arabs do.
For example, you can get a pair of budgies with cage and food for about 20 € to 25 € in Morocco, while this costs about 100 € in France.
Also, in DIY, Americans would you expensive power tools for EVERYTHING while other would just use a limited set of hand tools.
I started using #lemmy yesterday. I am liking it so far. Maybe I'll delete my reddit account in a week or so.
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