Are the birds prepared for the winter?

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3 years 1 month ago #1 by Anonymous User
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Are the birds prepared for the winter?

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3 years 1 month ago #2 by Anonymous User
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Of course. Otherwise they will fly to a warm area

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3 years 1 month ago #3 by Anonymous User
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I too hope so.

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3 years 1 month ago #4 by Anonymous User
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I don't know, perhaps we should organize an internet companion or Whatsapp group to hunt down and help these poor defenseless/homeless birds, even if they don't want our help.. Without human intervention they will not survive.. And if you can't tell, this is sarcasm.

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3 years 1 month ago #5 by Anonymous User
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As a veterinarian, I can't think of any animal living nearby humans, which is more adaptable and hard survivors than pigeons. It's become a problem, since they are a pest, they carrie a lot of parasites (and therefore diseases), and they rob the food to other species.

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3 years 1 month ago #6 by Anonymous User
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There were two birds nests on the top of Alpspitz in Garmisch. I think they'll be okay.

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3 years 1 month ago #7 by Anonymous User
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they are refugees and need our help.Thanks MERKEL. -)

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3 years 1 month ago #8 by Anonymous User
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I'm sorry, but I do not agree.. These birds are so helpless and really need our help to survive. What if we got together and made every one of them tiny little jackets, so they won't freeze. Perhaps even give each one a few slices of bread.. The problem is they are really afraid of us so we may have to sneak up on them without them knowing, or just leave the bread where they can find it.. Perhaps we should also talk to/convince the tierheim people to go out and collect them, and keep them warm and fed in the winter.. (Again Sarcasm)

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3 years 1 month ago #9 by Anonymous User
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If you are cold, they are cold. Bring them inside. And heat them up in a pot. Then they'll be warm for eternity and your belly will be warm for a few hours.

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3 years 1 month ago #10 by Anonymous User
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Ahem...just for the sarcasm here, be careful, when it's really freezing, birds can get stuck on metal stuff, like barriers. So of course please don't feed them (how dare to go against the law, peon?) But if you feel like you want to do sth for a bird, you can free them . normally it's not forbidden to save a bird . But who knows?

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3 years 1 month ago #11 by Anonymous User
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And how do you think it does help then, if a not trained person try to pull away from frozen metal a bird? Most likely it will damage its foots, causing most time irreparable damages. So better ask some specialized person, if you really want to help.

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3 years 1 month ago #12 by Anonymous User
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Ah you have be trained to warm birds feet? Seriously? We ask also the parents if they are trained to raise kids before they get pregnant? If you have a brain I guess you can check how to unfreeze birds stuck , no?

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3 years 1 month ago #13 by Anonymous User
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) :)

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3 years 1 month ago #14 by Anonymous User
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Since I am a veterinarian, yes,I think I may know the matter better than you. And by my experience: no, most people don't have a brain and just do damage to the animals. But I have a brain and don't think things go like in a Disney movie, so stop insulting me.

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3 years 1 month ago #15 by Anonymous User
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When did I insult you? I just told you that people can have a brain and check how to free a bird. But anyway why should we care? They are a pest, right? So it's not a problem if they die, after all...

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3 years 1 month ago #16 by Anonymous User
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And speaking from a medical point of view, honestly, birds foots are a delicate matter. You have to check a lot of things even before "warming" them up. Even small infections site may lead to "bumblefoot" and this is life threatning.

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3 years 1 month ago #17 by Anonymous User
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Hi Maria, people may contradict you and please don't take it as an insult. So cool it.

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3 years 1 month ago #18 by Anonymous User
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Not only birds.. yesterday i saw a small dog going inside metro.. he was shivering like hell...poor fellow.. :(

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3 years 1 month ago #19 by Anonymous User
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Well, I cite:"Ah you have be trained to warm birds feet? Seriously? We ask also the parents if they are trained to raise kids before they get pregnant? If you have a brain I guess you can check how to unfreeze birds stuck , no?". So, if a person answer like this to me, questioning my preparation as a veterinarian, is she just "contradicting" me? Nice way to express thoughts.

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3 years 1 month ago #20 by Anonymous User
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How can I know you're are veterinarian?sorry Maria it's a huge misunderstanding, as I forgot some words and I mispelled others, as usual....what I wanted to say is for me there should not be a special training or skills to know how to free a bird...it's common sense , as for taking care of a new born...when sth is frozen, you put it in warm place in order to unfreeze it...so when a bird is stuck because of ice, you have to warm the ice to make it melt...I don't know how anyone with a brain and living in europe cannot understand that....I was not questioning your knowledge.sorry for the confusion.

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3 years 1 month ago #21 by Anonymous User
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Sanjivkumar Padaki - Yes, because I would believe a person who uses google to look for animal care, over an actual vet. You, have got to be a complete moron!!

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3 years 1 month ago #22 by Anonymous User
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Lau De La , again, unless you too are a vet and have gone to many years of school to learn how to treat a wide variety of animals/ailments (without using google).. Please keep your stupid comments to yourself

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3 years 1 month ago #23 by Anonymous User
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Richard Grayson-Wayne The comments only represents the person he is and his way of thoughts! (No sarcasm...)

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3 years 1 month ago #24 by Anonymous User
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3 years 1 month ago #25 by Anonymous User
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richard grayson did your parents ever tellyou never intervene in adults discussion? Maria doesn't seem to need help, she knows perfectly how to answer, thank you...and if you need to study for everything you will do in your life, you should not reproduce yourself before having a diploma as pedetrician, teacher, psychologist, nutritionist, sport coach, cleaner..and so on...

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3 years 1 month ago #26 by Anonymous User
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Lau De La, I have a lot to do and I will no more answer here , but honestly, do you think really, that taking care of a newborn baby is something anyone can do? So,why courses for new parents exist in the first place? They are really important, even if I have studied a lot about care of newborns in many species, also humans, when the time comes and my boyfriend and I decide to have a baby, we'll take one of such courses. Taking care of a newborn is in the first place a matter of hormons you produce. Then comes education and social rules. But it's nothing like automatical. Trust me, my dad is a doctor and worked many years in the E.R.: he has seen so many parents doing stupid things and risking to seriously hurt there babies or children he's lost the count. And to respond to your initial provocation about a test for the parents-to-be: yes, I DO think some test would do a lot of good plus, if you want to adopt, severe examinations are already done. So why a person should become a perfect parent just because she can biologically reproduce? This practically autorizes any drug-dependent or alcoolist to be a parent, when some nice persons, just because of biological "bad luck" had to go almost under process from the society to get to help a child. I have friends, really good persons, who are struggling with those matter, so believe me, I know what I am talking about.

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3 years 1 month ago #27 by Anonymous User
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I totally agree, some people do need to learn how to raise a kid. And to go back to our subject, please let me know where I can subscribe to learn how to free a bird....as you are a veterinarian, you could make a short video showing the way to warm their little feet, right? My point here was to tell we don't need expert for everything in life. You don't need to be a veterinarian to free a bird, as you don't need to be a teacher or whatever to have kids. But you can learn how to do it. So please share your knowledge. Thank you in advance. ????

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3 years 1 month ago #28 by Anonymous User
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It's so sad that in 2017 we have to specify "sarcasm" after some sentences.

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3 years 1 month ago #29 by Anonymous User
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:D :D :D yes, my grandmother is famous for taking courses for newborns :D :D :D sorry girls, but this is pure bs you're talking about here, I just couldnt resist

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3 years 1 month ago #30 by Anonymous User
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Ina, infact the children mortality was scary high in the past. Lau, I may try to do one, interesting idea. But first of all, if you do find any bird in difficulties, please call the emergency service of the university clinic for birds, located in Oberschleissheim: I am just a young colleague with some year of experience with birds of prey, but those guys are really long experienced people for veterinarian ornithilogy. www.vogelklinik.de/

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3 years 1 month ago #31 by Anonymous User
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Welcome to the new mellenial world. Wouldn't want to upset mommies precious little flowers, now would we.

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