Date: 11/8/20 8:36 am From: Dave Cameron <davednvr7...> Subject: Re: [cobirds] Chucker in El Paso county
The science isn't really all that strict. A self-sustaining (ie, breeding
on their own in the wild, and that being where they came from) population
becomes countable. This gives us Purple Swamphen after a couple of
generations, Rosy-faced Lovebird in Phx, and certainly Ring-necked
Pheasants. Escaped Parrots, on the other hand, that might be living
outdoors for years because they live for years, doesn't make them wild, if
they're not an established breeding population. Birds that were raised in
a box and let loose in a field for hunters are not wild.
On Saturday, November 7, 2020 at 7:27:50 AM UTC-7 <cinnamon......>
> I went to see the Chukar. I can get you the lady’s name and contact info
> if you want to go see it. It has been hanging around her back yard. It’s a
> beautiful bird. Call me at 719-639-1613 <(719)%20639-1613>.
> Cinnamon Bergeron
> On Fri, Nov 6, 2020 at 2:42 PM Matt <mnew......> wrote:
>> Hey there?
>> Is there any contact or visitor information for going to see the Chucker
>> in the Springs?
>> Matt Newport
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