He is probably wanting to breed with her. That is mostly why a
male will pick a female. If you are trying to breed them, now
would be a time to give them a nest box. If you're not trying
to breed them, I would suggest separating them and keeping them
separate. Let me know if you have more questions.
On 10/03/06, Jo-Ann wrote:
> On 10/02/06, Tracey wrote:
>> Have 2 love birds in one cage. No problem until a week
>> My hubby noticed the male has picked the feathers out
>> all around the females eyes.
>> Now it is getting worse. What do i do???
>> I gave had them for about 3 months.
>> They only see me on crutches now,since a
>> car accident sept. 8th.
>> I'm afraid he will kill her. I'm having problems
>> sleeping because of it.
>> Plese tell me what to do.
>> Tracey firstname.lastname@example.org
> I think seperating them would be a first step, but keep the
> cages next to each other if they are bonded. I am sure
> others more experienced will have more suggestions.
> Are you a second home or are you their first home? How old
> are they? Are they a bonded pair? These are some of the
> questions that may help others help you.
> Good luck