- South Carolina
That is concerning. I wish one would come to my house.
Oh I definitely will, don't you worry. The real problem for right now is just being able to catch him! He's crafty.Please take the poor baby to a vet ASAP, My aunties husband found a woodpecker on his balcony and his/her wing was injured I told him take to vet but was at work and left the poor guy in a cage outside in cold weather, the poor baby died, just take the bird to vet ASAP. He might have caught some type of infection or be in poor bodily conditions, it can save his/her life if there might be chance of sickness!
Who, me?She will have to be lucky enough to catch this one first just like she patiently persisted last time until she caught the escaped bird, I am sure once she finally has the luck of capturing him the first place this bird will go is the vet......not sure but I am starting to wonder if hrafn has a crush on one of the staff at her vet clinic. Hehehe she is there all the time for one of her pets or someone else’s that she has rescued.
He knows who can save him, that is a good start.Tiny 'Tiel landed on my head this morning!!
Any updates? Sure hope he found someplace safe.
I hope you get him soon!!
Tiny 'Tiel is still about, but I'm seeing him come out of the trees to eat less and less. The snow has fallen hard and we'll be in the -20s in short order, so I'm very worried at this point. I still hear him so I know he's here, but he must be getting weak.Alberta's a darn cold place and if she hasn't found him by now, I wouldn't hold out much hope.
So do I! Let fate pick a companion for TD!That is concerning. I wish one would come to my house.
I personally don't like exposing my 'tiel Kraz to anything below 15°. I know Oz can get colder than that, but I'm sure the temp we're at today (currently -23) is colder than any 'tiel can withstand for a prolonged time.Looks like you are in the deep freeze today.
What can these Tiels tolerate in the temperature range?