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Posted: February 14, 2006 02:48 pm
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Nice ozzy finches Mikhail, i used to think of having Cardinal's as a lad to, had mostly European finches and canaries while I had an aviary, but ringing native finches to comply with the law was pain though so I used to let there offspring go laugh.gif.


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Mikhail F. Bagaturov
Posted: February 15, 2006 01:54 pm
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Hello Bill!

Thanks, I do not specialised in finches for a long time, but just syart to collect them again recently (about 2 years ago). Long time ago I had a lot of them in home, not just like this time...
Birds needs too mach time and attention and lot of birds need a lot of the time...
But I like them much and can't got rid of them totally.. just my favs... head.gif

As for native birds in Russia we have a limited catching licenses but such possibility is existing... and some of the common birds are catchs and sells in zoo-markets...
I also have some friends who can catch birds species by order (2 weeks ago I was presented by a local migratory bunting Emberisa species - E. aureola).
The Red Cardinals are stunning birds, but still impossible to find in Russia :(

Here is one of my aviaries (right-in fact only two I have for now) and two cages (now I do not have them).


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Posted: March 13, 2007 11:34 pm
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Phil Rea
Posted: March 13, 2007 11:48 pm
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You have a good collection there Mikhail smile.gif


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Mikhail F. Bagaturov
Posted: March 14, 2007 04:37 pm
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Thank You very Phil and Little Viper.

Just wonder why ressurect this thread after more than year wink.gif
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I have some additions if You want laugh.gif


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Juan Olcese
  Posted: March 25, 2007 07:30 pm
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unworthy.gif thum-up.gif cheers.gif Mikhail: Great!! That is the word great,nice the finches,specially the Russian!.Yes here too is impossible get the Red Virginia Cardinal,I think is in CITES appendix 1...here in Argentina we have the Red
Crested Cardinal,nice voice (Paroaria Cuculata ) and Yellow Cardinal,probably one of the best singers,like the Mexican "Sinsonte" (called their the bird of 400 voices)
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Mikhail F. Bagaturov
Posted: March 27, 2007 04:49 pm
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Hello Juan!

THanks and I wouldn't mind if You send me several of these Yellow Cardinals laugh.gif
And Red Cardinal is not threatened species and not CITES included, but is a "fetish" in USA and Canada that's why it is prohibited to sell...

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Phil Rea
Posted: March 27, 2007 08:09 pm
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QUOTE (Mikhail F. Bagaturov @ March 14, 2007 04:37 pm)
Thank You very Phil and Little Viper.

Just wonder why ressurect this thread after more than year wink.gif
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I have some additions if You want  laugh.gif

I never noticed the date biggrin.gif

Still a nice collection though Mikhail laugh.gif


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Mikhail F. Bagaturov
Posted: March 30, 2007 08:49 am
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Thanks Phil!

Yesterday I got a male Fruit Bat for my female. I will post pic of a pair soon.
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Posted: April 03, 2007 07:42 pm
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Hi Mikhail,you have impressive collection thum-up.gif .Greetings from S.S.


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Posted: May 04, 2007 11:52 pm
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Hi Mikhail, do you have some free time?? Ouch sorry i see you have two babies smile.gif .. amazing ... i think trere is too cold in Russia for fruit bat -any news in your breeding projects? goodluck.gif


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Posted: May 08, 2007 08:51 pm
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Hi Mikhail.. you have a very nice collection of beautiful animals there.. well done thum-up.gif
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Mikhail F. Bagaturov
Posted: June 28, 2007 02:01 pm
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Hi all!
Totally forget about this topic...

Thanks Steve!

David. So far yet I have 4 children wink.gif those 2 on the pic are the smallest.
Fruit bats is rare case here wink.gif indeed, but some shift-minded persons are keep them and some used to breed em.
Last time one person get WC Cambodgian fruit bat and I have bite my elbow for this... This is one of the most colorful fruit bat in the world, but not bred yet here.
Now I have a pair of Egyptians and it is seems so they copulated but can't bet for this, so we'll see.
And here's special picture for You, my friend - Muscardinus avelanarius pair still unable to give birth wall.gif

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Hello ALL!

As promised Rosettus aegyptiacus pair, the male one-eyed nik "Kutuzov".

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And another one for David laugh.gif

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wow what a lovely mini zoo you have indeed mikhail , a wonderfull collection indeed thum-up.gif
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Thanks Andy!

I'll show You more later smile.gif

I wonder what would I have finally if by any chance one day I own the home wink.gif


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Posted: August 02, 2007 02:23 pm
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That Muscardinus is amazing, too bad you're not allowed to keep them here in Holland. Hopefully you will have succes soon.
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Mikhail F. Bagaturov
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Hi!

Strange, they're in fact not very rare. Just a highly secretive and quiet nocturnal species that's why seldom seen.
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