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might be a stupid question


now i have my new budgie, as previous posted
if i go to a non pet  caravan park, would it worry them if
i brought my budgie, ie in a cage (medium sized)??
if i stay in a van or cabin, would they not like it?

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Milo, as some-one else says here, "The only stupid question, is the one not asked."

If you don't ask questions, you never learn anything.  That said, I'm sorry, but I don't know Milo.   Some-one else might though.

Don't ever be afraid to ask.


Cheers,
Sheba.

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Best to phone before you get there and check about your budgie.

And, the only stupid question is the one you dont ask!!!

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Hi milo
Make a nice long lead attacthed to his foot (reel of cotton comes to mind), now call him a seeing eye bird. smile
cheers
blaze

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Why would a budgie in a cage be a problem at all. They wouldn't even know you had it unless you told them.

Can I say and I know I will get flamed. Milo please make your title heading relevant to the question.
Can my Budgie travel with me in to C/Ps?? Sorry if that offends you milo.

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The only places I know that may refuse entry with a cage Budgie are National Parks owning to the fact that the bird may introduce a disease that effects native Fauna.
However I do know some caravan parks located in a national parks that don't worry about caged birds only dogs and cats etc.
Enjoy yourselves and take your little feathered friend with you.
Cheers, ozjohn.



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That's not going to work blaze...what will happen if the bird takes flight? Milo could end up on top of some old gum tree!
If it was me i would teach the bird to play dead and carry it around between two pieces of white bread.

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capt cream bun wrote:

That's not going to work blaze...what will happen if the bird takes flight? Milo could end up on top of some old gum tree!
If it was me i would teach the bird to play dead and carry it around between two pieces of white bread.



Is'nt that what Mary did with the lamb?

 



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Haven't you heard of budgie smugglers?

Whack him down there, no-one'd ever know, er unless he gives you a nip of course. Geez the eyes are watering just thinking about it.



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LOL! Great sense of humour, Rosco!

Sorry Happy Wanderer, but if it had been posted as you suggest, I wouldn't have even looked at it. I really prefer 'might be a stupid question', because I often have them myself. smile.gif  



-- Edited by Romy5152 on Monday 2nd of May 2011 08:55:32 PM

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