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Hallo Friends,
Recent survey in Britain says that due to increasing in population (30,000) of Indian Parrot their other domestic birds don't get enough food (what a foolish survey) and for this reason they issue a gun license to local public to shoot Indian parrot to reduce the population (this is the only solution they think).
Don't you think we should oppose this.

Asked by Tiger, 18 Jun '08 10:34 am
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yes we should oppose them because by shooting birds they are not going to get food as i can tel my opinion because even i have parrot in my house .
Answered by pooja, 18 Jun '08 02:34 pm

 
  
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wht a cheap thgt
Answered by rita, 18 Jun '08 11:46 am

 
  
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you will get many who will say say but u wont find a single one who is ready to take initiative
Answered by gaurav, 18 Jun '08 10:39 am

 
  
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you have proved themselves as followers of George BUsh.....
Answered by rakesh, 18 Jun '08 10:35 am

 
  
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Get your facts right. In 2007 it was reported that about 30,000 of the bright green rose-ringed parakeets lived in London, with more in Surrey and Kent, and their numbers could reach 50,000 by 2010. Increasing flocks will compete with native birds, such as woodpeckers and robins, for food and nesting space. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) said it had not ruled out a cull as a "last resort". "We do see a cull as a last resort, something only to be considered if a native species were to be under threat." The RSPB has said that there is a single roost of 6,000 birds in Esher, Surrey. I have in fact seen this roost of birds. "Natural England" the licensing body for bird culls, said they would usually be killed by shooting, or possibly trapping and ONLY if necessary. It is against the law for members of public to shoot these birds. Originally from India, the rose-ringed parakeet has been in Britain for decades, although it is ...more
Answered by Janis, 20 Jun '08 07:01 pm

 
  
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yes we should definitely oppose them
Answered by arti srivastava, 18 Jun '08 12:26 pm

 
  
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definetly we should .. .
Answered by aparajeeta saikia, 18 Jun '08 10:41 am

 
  
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Very strange..indeed..
Answered by Ismail Sayyed, 18 Jun '08 10:37 am

 
  
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