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"Found a spice finch nest in a busy street in Maldives, the nest was blown away from a tree by the strong monsoon winds. I have brought them home and I have been hand feeding them, two of them almost fully feathered, others half. it's very easy to feed them by syringe compared to all the species of parrots and finches I have hand raised. I know these little birds are very active and wild, but its been few days already and they beg for food every time they see me. I'm sure they will fly to me when they can, it would be a nice feeling. I hope to release them to my huge planted aviary, since spice finches are rare here and were introduced years ago for pet trade."

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