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This year I've reported a few birds no one gives a Damn about them, had a yb drop tonight rung the telephone the lady asked me to chuck it up didn't ask where it was or nothing.. explained that it was in no fit state to fly home (about 25 - 30miles) she said she'd get her husband to call me which he did, asked me the same thing so I told him that it was really flown down and needed a few days, he asked me to despose of it.. is that really the attitude we should be having?

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There was once a program that's shown years ago it's an animal welfare one, showing that some fanciers kill some that are no use to them, or tell people to get rid. Also about the channel racing some drown in the sea. Don't get me wrong I love this hobby and I care about the welfare of my pigeons and I would encourage new fanciers to care for their doos, hate the thought of killing I only kill if it's really sick and I don't kill healthy ones cos some babies from healthy ones can have good racing in them.

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This year I've reported a few birds no one gives a Damn about them, had a yb drop tonight rung the telephone the lady asked me to chuck it up didn't ask where it was or nothing.. explained that it was in no fit state to fly home (about 25 - 30miles) she said she'd get her husband to call me which he did, asked me the same thing so I told him that it was really flown down and needed a few days, he asked me to despose of it.. is that really the attitude we should be having?

 

If I was you I would keep it, attitude like that their problem

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I would like to know where my lost birds end up.never had one reported in 2 years.and that's with telephone number rings on them.

 

I would like to know where my lost birds end up.never had one reported in 2 years.and that's with telephone number rings on them.

 

I would like to know where my lost birds end up.never had one reported in 2 years.and that's with telephone number rings on them.

 

That,ll 3 times lol.

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Well greenbar i have had a few reported this week thanks to sticky phone labels on ets ,but also gratefull to fanciers trying to get them up the road a bit for me or it would be costing me a couple of hundred pounds after the rubbish race last weekend ,so thanks for your phone calls guys

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I have no issue reporting birds and helpIng out best I can where I can it's people like this what make people not want to bother reporting,all ours are stamped with our telephone numbers, where we are and a telephone number on the leg we live to know where they ended up wouldn't dream of having this attitude

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