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RE: the breeding ends...for this year

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Posted by: PHIggysbirds at Fri Oct 16 15:10:12 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PHIggysbirds ]  
   

Good luck with your "extended family". It sounds like they will have a lot of love and good care. It's good to know that one has found a different good home where you can still check up on them from time to time. Yes with that many in a cage if you ever do decide to breed some of them again I would definitely move them to a different cage. The only other thing I can say is watch them when they hit maturity as sometimes one will decide to be a bit more aggressive or you might notice one getting picked on a lot. In those instances that one might need a new cage or new home. Otherwise as long as you are not trying to breed all the siblings and not providing nest boxes for them they should all get along fine with all the toys and perches you provide.


   

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