Posted by Cheri on 1/17/07
On 1/17/07, jill wrote:
> Cheri, don't panic just yet. if this is the first clutch for
> this pair it happens alot that they won't be fertile.
> especially if you have an inexperienced male. my nm and
> lutino female laid eggs like 5 times before they finally got
> some that hatched. do you have aspen wood shavings in the
> nb? if yes make sure they stay moist but not wet. helps keep
> the shells from drying out so when you do get babies they
> won't be trapped inside the shell. plenty of green stuff to
> eat. while there are no babies on you can feed eggs
> whole...shell on...extra calcium lots of protien. good luck,
> On 1/15/07, Cheri wrote:
>> Hi Linda
>> I just took the flashlight to all remaining eggs there is
>> not darkness to them whatsoever..they are clear as can
>> be?? I dont get it hes been doing her and then she would
>> lay a egg... whats wrong? Ok so now that this is
>> happening to I take it all away from them? I am not sure
>> what to do at this point.
Thank you Jill,, When do you think I should take all
these eggs away from them ? and nesting box? Do I wait a
little longer? I heard if you take the eggs away they will
just breed agian.