Anyone still keeping this bird

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Re: Anyone still keeping this bird

Postby Tanin » Tue Mar 07, 2017 9:24 am

Hatori wrote:No. British Garden Robin are free to fly around the garden. I had a bunch coming each morning seeking worm and other stuff in the ground. That our common bird like sparrow. Although there are some people here do keep them.

There are two Robin is merely not possible to find in U.K.
Red cap is resident mostly over in Australia region. And the other found in Taiwan or part of China.



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Re: Anyone still keeping this bird

Postby Paul.R » Tue Mar 07, 2017 1:43 pm

Looks like Peking Robin travel worldwide.
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Re: Anyone still keeping this bird

Postby Tanin » Tue Mar 07, 2017 2:45 pm

Hatori wrote:Looks like Peking Robin travel worldwide.


Yes... seem like it.... overhere in Malaysia... it is so unfortunate that we need license to keep it... and the price is not as cheap as before :lol: :lol: :lol:

Otherwise I think it will be very nice to be added into my avairy.
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Re: Anyone still keeping this bird

Postby Paul.R » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:17 am

Should start a project those breeding Peking robin. Start a Peking robin club. The reason is the more expensive it get the less bird fancier will find interested in them. Ending up those who have them will be in mix feeling of owning it and can't sell it at a right price.

Similar like Rhipidura javanica or better know Pied fantail trush. "Murai Gila. It's being so expensive that no one find interested anymore.
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Re: Anyone still keeping this bird

Postby Tanin » Sat Mar 25, 2017 2:00 pm

Hatori wrote:Should start a project those breeding Peking robin. Start a Peking robin club. The reason is the more expensive it get the less bird fancier will find interested in them. Ending up those who have them will be in mix feeling of owning it and can't sell it at a right price.

Similar like Rhipidura javanica or better know Pied fantail trush. "Murai Gila. It's being so expensive that no one find interested anymore.


oh... overhere the "Murai Gila" can be seen frequently... seem that no one interested in keeping it...


Today, I visit a pet shop and get the feed back that since many bird was from Thailand... most of the stock was only male... no female included :? :? :? ... The price also somehow pricey... RM300/bird at that shop
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