[Tweeters] Long-tailed Mockingbird

Devorah the Ornithologist birdologist at gmail.com
Tue Jul 1 04:43:27 PDT 2014


not to belabour the point, but it is possible this is an aviary-bred bird
and the owner is not aware that the bird is missing. perhaps the person is
on vacation and the carer they've hired accidentally let the bird lose? or
... ? i've also asked amongst my avicultural pals to see if anyone in the
area may have lost this bird, and also to see if anyone in the area even
breeds them (or keeps them as aviary pets and is unaware that one has gone
missing? unlikely, but possible.) no response yet. craigslist is another
good option for locating the bird's home.



On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 2:28 AM, Ann Wood <annmariewood at comcast.net> wrote:


> How about cruise ships?

> Ann Marie

>

> Sent from my iPhone

>

> > On Jun 30, 2014, at 5:59 PM, Carol Riddell <cariddellwa at gmail.com>

> wrote:

> >

> > Just to while a way some time after seeing this interesting bird, I went

> to a Northwest exotic bird web site that seems to deal mostly with parrots.

> It encourages those with lost birds to post to Craig's List. I have checked

> there for the All Seattle list (covers Pugetopolis) and see a lost African

> Gray Parrot from Port Orchard, a Gray Cockatiel from West Seattle, and a

> missing Peacock from north Tacoma. I checked the Portland listings, too. A

> lost parrot, parakeet, cockatiel, and found peacocks. I went back to

> Monday, June 23rd for both Lost & Found searches. I found no mention of a

> lost mockingbird. I recognize this is conclusive of nothing. It is just one

> investigative path pursued. Anybody have other ideas?

> >

> > Carol Riddell

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