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|03-31-2009 11:14 PM|
|US27inKS||Our long range plans are: get the birds a new home, then go sailing. One of our birds gets horrible motion sickness anyway. Who woulda thought?|
|03-31-2009 11:03 PM|
You can do what I do....
Have a stuffed one...
|03-30-2009 09:51 AM|
|wind_magic||Okay, so no birds seems like the consensus. It sounds like you shouldn't leave port with any bird you don't plan to eat before you arrive at your next destination.|
|03-30-2009 09:46 AM|
That's an understatement..
Originally Posted by Undine View Post
|03-30-2009 09:33 AM|
Travelling with Birds
Checkout other forums like BirdBoard.Com - Parrot Message Board & Pet Bird Owner Forums for info on traveling with birds. Lots of people do it. But, it can be a pain.
|03-29-2009 09:04 AM|
Before you get a bird, read this....
Cruising Log Jim and Deb Faughn
Not only are other countries a problem but our own as well.
|03-29-2009 08:46 AM|
|sailingdog||Given the Avian Flu scare, I would imagine that laws regarding pet birds are rather draconian in many places.|
|03-28-2009 11:25 PM|
Cruising with Birds
Does anyone know what restrictions there are for birds in most countries ? Also, do birds do well on boats ? I'm considering a pair of pet finches, but I don't want to get a pet that is going to cause troubles in a foreign country.