Flight Feathers
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May 20, 2018 at 5:37 AM
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Gender:
Female
Location:
NZ
Occupation:
Bird breeder!

Flight Feathers

Chillin' With My Peeps, Female, from NZ

Flight Feathers was last seen:
May 20, 2018 at 5:37 AM
    1. Better Than Rubies
      Better Than Rubies
      Cute profile picture! And thank you for the friendly and helpful advice on my finch thread. :) I would want males over females...and no, I certainly wouldn't want to breed!
      1. Flight Feathers
        Flight Feathers
        Thank you! You are welcome! I would recommend two males then if you don't want to breed :) Hope you find some beautiful male zebs!
        Feb 25, 2018
      2. Flight Feathers
        Flight Feathers
        My profile pic is of a baby zeb I bred about a year ago :)
        Feb 25, 2018
    2. ButtonquailGirl14
      ButtonquailGirl14
      hey,do you have quail?
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      2. Flight Feathers
        Flight Feathers
        Exciting!! I have had a lot of chickens, although just got one bantam now which I am giving away as she had taken to crowing and wakes us up every morning so I am unable to keep her. She is a very lonely bantam which is why she crows. And I know the person she is going to and they look after their bantams very well and they have tons and tons of bantams so my lovely bantam will no longer be lonely!
        Feb 15, 2018
      3. Flight Feathers
        Flight Feathers
        Don't you have 2 quail ? Or are you trying to convince them to let you get more? Lol.
        Feb 15, 2018
      4. Flight Feathers
        Flight Feathers
        I have a limit to the amount of flighted birds I can have otherwise I will run out of space for the babies! My limit for adult flighted birds in 20. And my limit for quail is 5.
        Feb 15, 2018
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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    NZ
    Occupation:
    Bird breeder!
    What’s your main reason for joining our community?:
    I would love to help others with their quails and birds and would also like to have help and advice with my Chinese quail.

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