updated: samu’t saring buhay

I just couldn’t resist not writing about this one. The poor birds!

“Several newspapers yesterday featured photos of exotic birds intercepted by authorities in Davao City.”

Continue reading post at Samu’t-Saring Buhay

2 thoughts on “updated: samu’t saring buhay

  1. noreen July 16, 2007 at 3:10 am Reply

    alam ko nag-comment ako dito last week, bakit kaya hindi pumasok.

    ang sinabi ko ata dun, wawa naman iyong mga ibon pero ganun ata talaga, kesa naman magkaroon ng risk ng bird’s flu sa ating country.

    pero sana nga the government can come up with a system in preventing bird’s flu, and killing birds is not one of them.


  2. rina July 16, 2007 at 4:03 am Reply

    doncha worry, nandun sa kabilang blog yung comment mo, syempre dun pumasok🙂

    e kasi naman nananahimik sa kagubatan yung mga ibon bakit kailangang hulihin diba? tapos pagdududahan lang pala na may bird flu!

    smuggling wild-caught birds is really illegal, and i wish that the government maintains intensified monitoring against this trade, hindi lang kung panahon ng bird flu. para malugi at ma-discourage na din yung traders. the public plays a part too, of course, because the demand comes from them. bottom line is, don’t keep wild animals as pets but let them be in their natural habitat. if you have to keep pets, make sure that they’re bred in captivity and not captured from the wild


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