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ניסיון אמיתי בגידול ציפורים ועצות מועילות לגידול 25/6/07

תרגם ברשות תומר ג. ©

True experience with birds Helpful hints about caged birds 6/25/07

by G.A. Abbate Ph.D.©

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ולדוברי האנגלית שבינינו, ניתן להצטרף לחוויה הלימודית בפורומים הבאים ביאהו:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ABBASEEDBIRDSQANDA/
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/COM_USA/?yguid=47202339
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ColorbredCanaries101Genetics/?yguid=47202339
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/EuropeanGoldFinch/?yguid=47202339
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GPA101911/?yguid=47202339
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/timbrado/?yguid=47202339
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NFSS/?yguid=47202339

Accompanied by my old friend Dominic (Mimmo) Simonelli, an acquaintance of quite a few years. I visited for the first time the most unusual, the most fruitful, and successful Carduelan Finch breeder, Salvatore Sessa of Paola in the southern part of Italy right across from the Stromboli Volcano. For several years I have been corresponding with the officer of the Paolana, which they also have a very well put together web site with lots of good information. I have been corresponding with the wed master, Cesare, and others. Finally, accompanied by my old friend Mimmo, we went to the breeding establishment of Salvatore Sessa, who also is the president of Paolana, a very active club that deals primarily with Carduelan Finches. In fact, the yearly exhibition consists only of Carduelan Finches and their cross breds/mules.

In the photo found on the Abba web site @ www.abbaseed.com in the Euro photo album under the Sessa tab; on the right hand side of the third row you can see Mimmo Simonelli, Salvatore Sessa, and Cesare Frangella. Salvatore Sessa is the gentleman in the red shirt. Also, in one photo he is holding a big red onion, which he gave to me, and was my livelihood for the next couple days, bread and onions. In fact, one time the police stopped me on the highway and the smell on my breath chased them away from me. How about that? You want to keep the police away from you? Eat lots of onions while you are driving (lol).

Salvatore Sessa's breeding establishment is simply unusual and very fruitful too! All the breeding cages in his small aviary, flight cages, etc. contains plenty of ANTICORPI (enhancer of the immune system of the birds). This is what I learned, if you are filthy and dirty, you produce birds. I want to try to be on the same cleanliness level as Salvatore but I do not know how to go about it. I believe it took years to build up all the ANTICORPI in those cages and aviary.

As you can see from all of the photos, plenty of youngsters were in every nest, not only young Carduelans, but also very expensive mutations of European Goldfinches and other birds too. Among the very expensive mutations there were Isabel, Agate, Satinet, Opal, Pastel, and others that if I live to be 100 I will never learn all those fancy names. Notice in the nests that Salvatore holds in his hand, mutation of baby Goldfinches fully feathered, they didn't even move or try to fly away. All the youngsters are well fed, well nourished, and healthy. If I were to hold my Goldfinch nests like he was doing, every youngster would jump the next and I would lose them. Notice the crop of the young filled to capacity with food. I may add, I haven't seen a single bird sick in Salvatore's breeding establishment. I guess the ANTICORPI is working very well there. In addition to European Finches, Salvatore also raises Venezuelan Black Hooded Siskins in the original colors and mutations too. He breeds these birds very successfully and in numbers to say the least.

Just a couple days ago I had a nest of 4 youngsters of Green singing Finches. I gently removed the nest from the cage and I tried to take a picture. All 4 youngsters jumped the nest and we had a hell of a time catching them to put them back in the cage; they never went back in the nest. On today's date, they are still barely alive on the bottom of the cage begging for food. For a minute, I thought I was in Salvatore's breeding room and not my own. I can't figure out how Salvatore's birds did not jump the nest despite my intrusion and photo flashing.

Salvatore lives in the farming areas on the outskirts of the city of Paola. He owns quite a large piece of land, which is well planted all sorts of vegetation and greens for his birds. Notice in some of the photos, the fields with onions, luscious greens such as escarole, chicory, radicchio, lettuce, and many other greens that he feeds to his birds as a source of greens and in the seeding stages. What a sight! In his property in addition of having many small aviaries where he housed one pair of Goldfinch mutations in his surrounding vicinity he had places where he kept goats, sheep, pigs, giant rabbits, plenty of dogs around to chase the thieves as well as the predators away from his property. To say the least, the ANTICORPI was obvious everywhere. I asked Salvatore, "What do you do with all these critters?" He replied, "I kill them and I eat them." I said to him "How can you raise an animal with such tender love and care and then you kill it?"

On the same day that I visited Salvatore, Mimmo Simonelli drove me back to his house, where his lovely wife prepared special for me, homemade pasta with a wild mushroom sauce (delicious!)

I have known Mimmo Simonelli for at least 10 years. I have visited him in the past years and punctually I meet him every year at the Reggio Emilia exhibition. Mimmo is an avid and dedicated fancier that takes good care of his birds. I didn't find many ANTICORPI in Mimmo's place, but he has a fairly successful 2007 breeding season, however, not as good as Salvatore. At the time of my visit, he had several nests of European Goldfinches and mutations as well. His primary interest is the Venezuelan red headed black Siskin. He had several females nesting at the time of my visit. The breeding season for Mimmo, like others, is rather late in 2007. In contrast of Salvatore's breeding location on the third floor of an unfinished house, Mimmo's breeding room is on the ground floor. He doesn't have much ventilation and light like Salvatore does. In fact, when I was in Mimmo's place, inside was rather cool, but things were getting along just fine. Patience and confidence by Mimmo, I'm sure will pay dividend at the end of the breeding season.

Mimmo is holding in his hand a few nests with youngsters, well fed and very calm too. Notice among the photos is Padre Pio, Mimmo is a very religious person and he thanks Padre Pio for his success in breeding. He also lives on a small farm on the outskirts of the city where he plants lots of vegetation for his family and for the birds too. Lots of fruit trees are on his property. Every time I visit him, my priority is to go to the fruit tree and scavenge around.

Well, you can see Mimmo's photos by visiting the Abba web site @ www.abbaseed.com click on Euro Photos then Simonelli. This is all for now.

If you are not a member of the following groups, please join and be part of the learning experience.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ABBASEEDBIRDSQANDA/
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/COM_USA/?yguid=47202339
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ColorbredCanaries101Genetics/?yguid=472023\
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http://groups.yahoo.com/group/EuropeanGoldFinch/?yguid=47202339
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GPA101911/?yguid=47202339
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NFSS/?yguid=47202339
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/timbrado/?yguid=47202339

Best regards to all,

G.A. Abbate
 

 

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