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kathy - 2007-07-24
Hi my name is Kathy. I Have four birds, 2 Budgies and a Diamond Dove. One budgie died because it drowned inside its water bowl. I was so sad, my dad buy me another budgie. A rare type of parakeet. Nice talking to you, Bye!

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Susan Carroll - 2007-07-21
Pie is with us 10 years . He once was rescued from a stray cat I brought home by my dog and they are best buds since then. I gave him to a pet store when I was pregnant with my first but was so depressed that I took him back. He will ride on my Golden"s back, sing along with the television or stereo, laugh at you if he finds you amusing and crow like a rooster every morning. My husband stopped trying to get him to be quiet because Pie loves a challenge...and we love him...by the way. He is actually a she, Pie layed an egg one New years Eve. But when I explained to my daughters that he was actually a girl, my eldest who was 4 asked if this meant she would turn into a boy, hence we went back to "he".

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Danny DeLano - 2007-07-06
Hello, Everything I read about ringneck doves tell me that they dont live in the wild, but they live in the wild here in Tuscumbia Alabama. I have homing pigeons and sometimes ringneck doves visit and eat the scrap seeds that my pigeons spill. Also mourning doves visit too. The ringnecks are much larger than the mourning doves. I watch them at a very close distance with binoculars and can see the black markings on their necks. Maybe someone let some escape sometime in the past here in Tuscumbia but now I have seen them all over town. Tuscumbia is the birthplace of Helen Keller and I have seen the ringneck doves there at this historical site also. Just thought I would pass along this little bit of info to those who like ringneck doves. Maybe you can come visit this historical deep south town and possibily see some ringneck doves too! Also this area is rich with American Indian History if you are interested. Thanks, Danny DeLano

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Ragamuffin The Lucky - 2007-06-09
I have a special Dove named Ragamuffin. When a baby he was a runt. The dogs got him out of his cage and torn his neck, then he broke his wing. I took him into the house and cared for him. He stayed in all winter long. Now he is outside with the rest of our doves and now he currently has a mate named Sweetheart and two little white eggs.

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Jeremy - 2007-04-24
I have a male Ringneck Dove I call Lovey, who appeared in my backyard as a stray in 1988. I caught him and took him in when some cats started going after him. I don't know how old he was at the time, but I know he's at least 19 now, and still going strong! He's a very sweet bird, and has been easy to care for.

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Gail - 2007-04-14
You know, I never thought I'd fall in love with a bird...let alone a white dove. But this little thing has done nothing more than stolen my heart. I just found out that she is a girl (after a year of not knowing for sure), because she laid an egg in my hair! WOW!!! What a trip! She likes to fly around and get into stuff; make lots of noise. I call her Sweetie Pie, a fitting name for my little "Terror-dactil". What a love, there's nothing like it.

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Dan Molnar - 2007-02-17
We have had our Java dove named Puffy for 32 years! He has been a hearty pet with a gentle disposition. Our children have been giving him lots of attention and keep him young.

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Shaunna - 2007-02-04
I've read that the life expectancy of a ringneck dove is 10 to 15 years. Well, our 2 males are 16 now so they're on borrowed time i guess you could say. These males live in the same cage and are best buddies, as i think they're brothers. I'm 17 so i don't quite remember when we got them but apparently we got them when i was a year old when a local vet brought them to us. My uncle named them Lunch and Dinner because we had 2 cats at that time. They usually decide to start with their laughing when someone gets home or when you're on the phone. People on the phone always ask if we have owls or something and I get confused because I'm so used to the noise that I never really notice it anymore. They are a great pet.

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Carla - 2007-02-02
I love ringneck doves, I have had doves for about 6 years now. They are so sweet. I raise breed and sell doves.

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wert6y - 2006-12-17
Around June 2006, I went over to my neigbor's and she said she had a dove. She said "I've been trying to get rid of her", so I bought it from her. I named it snowball. My brother and I bonded with it fast, she loves to fly around.

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