On 7/05/06, Deb wrote:
> Thanks for the suggestion. I just added small twigs and such
> so we'll see if that helps.
I've had quakers lay fertile eggs from November to March. I
thought it had to do with the difference between our spring
time and that of Southern America where they originated but
someone pointed out that once crossing the equator that
wouldn't be so. I dunno :-)
wishing you well,
If the twigs are hard and not pliable they might take them
inside the nest box and break eggs. Sure I made that mistake
too and broke my heart as well.