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  • Forum Thread: ** ADVICE PLEASE **

    There appears to be trich here. I have removed all feeders and covered bird bath. Last time I suspected it, I removed all feeders, including seed feeders, suet slabs and fat balls, covered bath and stopped ground feeding and table feeding and did not put any food out at all for 4 weeks. Have removed...
  • Forum Reply: Re: Trichomoniasis: Finding Sick, dying or dead birds?

    We have had many losses from the parasite in this area and I was told to remove my feeders for 2 weeks to break the cycle however when I put them back yesterday the first bird I saw on them was a very sick young greenfinch. So I have removed them again. A neighbour of mine, he lives half a mile away...
  • Forum Reply: Re: Trichomoniasis: Finding Sick, dying or dead birds?

    Just a few points to clarify here. We understand that this disease is horrific to witness and that people want to do all they can to help. However some actions, which even with the best intentions, are going to do more harm than good. You should never put any form of medicine into bird baths. Trichomonosis...