UK - Canary theft 'devastates' New Forest pensioner

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  1. wfgodot

    wfgodot Former Member

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    (with a tip o' the hat to badhorsie on FB)

    100 canaries stolen from pensioner’s garden shed

    More at Bournemouth Echo link above.
     
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  3. colette

    colette Active Member

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    I'm wondering if it was someone who broke in and let the canaries loose. In the comments section a person says they found one flying loose near their home (they have it inside warming up in their house) wants Mr Dayton to contact. If they did let them loose the canaries will die in the cold.
     
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    colette Active Member

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    I used to raise canaries, but my aviary was in the basement. I know theft happens but also there are kids who would let the birds loose too. So many people (in the comments below the article) think the birds should be flying free and then a canary was found free in the area makes me wonder.
     

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