On 5/31/05, Robin P. wrote:
> If you're sure you have a male,I wouldn't worry about it.If
> your bird is a hen (and yes,girls do it too),you ought to
> remove the toy in question and practice "birth control"
> methods,of cutting back the daylight hours,rearranging
> things,changing your feeding schedule around,things like
> that.You don't want her to start dropping eggs,if it is a
> her.Males don't lay eggs,so it's not a worry for them.
Not sure of the sex. We've have always refered to him as a
male. He/she is 3 yrs. old and has never dropped an egg.