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Re: baby canaries:

Posted by Libby on 9/04/07
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    On 7/02/07, Bob wrote:
    > On 7/02/07, jq wrote:
    >> On 6/29/07, Bob wrote:
    >>> On 6/29/07, stefani wrote:
    >>>> this is my first time owning a pair of pet canaries. The
    >>>> female laid her eggs, she sat on them but im worried if i
    >>>> check them she wont want to take care of them anymore. She
    >>>> threw one egg out but i'm not sure if it is only the egg
    >>>> shell. Help. Also i think the babys hatched but the female
    >>>> is off of the nest for a period of time and then goes back
    >>>> to sit on them is that normal. Should she still sit on the
    >>>> babys after they have hatched or does she not, only feed
    >>>> them?
    >>>
    >>> Well another unprepared breeder is at it again.
    >>> What ARE you feeding the parents so that they can feed the
    >>> chicks?
    >> To bob: who do you think you are? We all start somewhere. You
    >> have absolutely no right to put some one down for asking a
    >> perfectly fine question. Maybe if there were less people like
    >> you giving advice, aviculture would be more popular than it is
    >> now!
    >
    > How will I ever go on since you think so poorly of me? Hahahaha

    Stefani, I totally agree with you. What a rude, unhelpful and
    uncalled for comment by Bob. I could hardly believe that
    response. Sort of like a kick in the stomach. Too bad there are
    people like that on sites like this. I was looking at sites for
    my friend who has her first baby canary and was worried the mom
    wasn't feeding it. I found, on another site, they won't feed the
    baby until the next day, as there is enough yolk food in the
    chicks tummy for the first day. She was very relieved. Hope all
    went well with your babies.