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Re: NESTING

Posted by Tammy on 12/23/06
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    From the sounds of your post I am guessing that she doesn't
    have a mate? I wouldn't encourage egg laying, it depletes
    thier calcium. I would take the coconut back out. If she
    does lay again, leave a few days or replace it witha fake
    egg, if you take it too soon she will most likely lay another
    one.

    Tammy

    On 12/23/06, PAULETTE wrote:
    > ABOUT A MONTH AGO MY BIRD STARTED SCRATCHING LIKE CRAZY IN
    > THIS HOLLOWED OUT COCONUT SHELL THAT IS HER CAGE.TO MY
    > SURPRISE, WHEN I CLEANED THE CAGE I FOUND AN EGG!!!I TOOK
    > THE SHELL OUT FOR A WHILE AND NOW THAT I HAVE PUT IT BACK
    > IN THE CAGE, SHE IS IN IT SCRATCHING AGAIN. MY QUESTION IS
    > WHETHER OR NOT I SHOULD PUT SOME KIND OF NESTING MATERIAL
    > IN THE CAGE OR THE SHELL. AND IF SHE SHOULD LAY ANOTHER
    > EGG, SHOULD I LEAVE IT IN THE NEST? THIS IS ALL NEW TO
    > ME!!!

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  • NESTING, 12/23/06, by PAULETTE.
  • Re: NESTING, 12/23/06, by Tammy.