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RE: PHIggy...a little update on the flock

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Posted by: PHIggysbirds at Fri May 8 22:39:50 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PHIggysbirds ]  
   

Sometimes it isn't the size or age it's the "guts" to go for it LOL! Sounds like it is working out. There will always be some minor tiffs or testing within a flock but as long as everyone is eating well, and there is no "blood" battles then they will settle it among themselves and go back to normal. They are all trying to make their own place within the flock and I am sure you will see more "arguing" amongst them but again as long as everyone eats and doesn't start to seem droopy, or actually fight for blood then great. Sounds like Skye is taking care of herself though and Saltie is big enough to not be actually pushed around. As long as Sea is able to keep her own spot out of the way then all should be happy. Pepper may just get his pick of the batch LOL!


   

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