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The rainbow bridge says that your frother/fister is very welcome and you will be added to the list.
The escaped birds have some tips for your mommy/daddy. Mommy has had three of here budgies escape, and only caught one. Two times, her mom forgot to close her window(she lets her budgies fly outside of her cage), and she recognized a budgie's voice while she was in the backyard. It was Grey, one of the budgies(who was grey). She was hopping on the tree, singing. Mommy tried to climb after her, but she got to the very tip that mommy could not reach. We left her cage outside, and she was tame enough to stay in our backyard. Another budgie that escaped with her was named Aqua. Apparantly, he flew on to our neighbor's tree. I never saw him again. The latest one was Beakful Keet. He wasn't as tame as some other budgies, and when my two year old brother hit him, he became even meaner. I like to take him outside wrapped tightly in a towel. It was easy to catch him when his wings were clipped, but once they grew back, I held him even tighter. Once, he saw some cardinals, and got really excited. He squirmed out of the towel, and flew on the pine tree. I tried to get him down by shaking the branch(that worked when his wings were clipped), but he just flew higher. He flew on to an even taller pine tree, and stayed there, calling. I tried everything from millet to climbing the tree. I have no idea what happened to Beakful the Keet. So my advise is to listen. Like Grey, Sparkle might just be in your yard waiting to be discovered. It is really sad when a bird escapes. If someone asks me if I would rather see my bird die or let it go, I would see it die because you would know he/she will rest in peace instead of being eaten by a fox or starve to death. I know that probably didn't help, but it's just the truth. Here's a vote, and I hope you can be back with your mommy/daddy soon.

-the birds, the bridge, and the book
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