Discussing about shama in other language

Some of the member which is not comfortable in discussing about shama in English language can discuss about keeping shama in this section.
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Discussing about shama in other language

Postby Tanin » Mon May 07, 2007 2:49 am

Some member asking me if it is possible to discuss about the shama in different language (other than english) as some of them may not fluent in english.

I have prepared this section, so discussion about shama in all other language can be done in this section (so it will not disturb the english version of Shama) :D

Hope it help.
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Re: Discussing about shama in other language

Postby Leslie Liang » Sat Feb 28, 2009 2:32 am

But why the title cant display chinese words ????

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Re: Discussing about shama in other language

Postby John Loh » Thu Feb 14, 2013 11:30 am

I just got a murai batu from a friend,but,the bird seems to like sitting on the bottom of the cage rather than on the middle stick.Is it normal?Is it healthy to feed 5 cricket 3 times aday?Do i need to cover the cage with a cloth?Pls advice.Thank you.

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Re: Discussing about shama in other language

Postby dragon777 » Thu Feb 14, 2013 7:43 pm

Hi bro ,from my experience ...it is quiet normal for the new birds to stay on the cage floor as they are afraid and not confident about the surroundings....try covering the bird half ways with the cloth cover,,,as for the food ..try mixing it with ,live fish,baby frogs,tadpoles,crickets..etc..if not it will get bored off the crickets...hope it helps bro

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Re: Discussing about shama in other language

Postby John Loh » Sat Feb 16, 2013 1:13 am

Thank you for your advice.


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