It was time to say, ‘Bye bye birdie’ – Ahmedabad Mirror

Few days in the past, the Chatterjees had contacted Mirror to succeed in out to the pet guardian of an Australian cockatiel, which had landed on the terrace of their residence in Satellite tv for pc. Now, former NID Director Ashoke Chatterjee shared the comfortable information of the attractive hen’s return to its abode, at Sundarvan Zoo, close to ISRO. The household had visited Sudarvan inquiring if any of their winged members is lacking, and the authorities revealed {that a} hen had gone lacking on February 6, round 11am. Additionally they revealed it had a hoop round its neck.

“That’s how we confirmed that it was certainly the hen from Sundarvan,” Chatterjee advised Mirror. “Jayeshbhai, the caretaker of hen part, checked and even requested us if we wish to take it again residence. Alisa and Kabir, my grandchildren had been excited and we took the cockatiel for a day. However when it appeared stressed, flying right here and there, we believed it to lacking its residence. So, we took it again,” he added.

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