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Date Posted: 13:51:31 06/06/10 Sun
Author: Thomas
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Subject: Re: Growing Chicks
In reply to: Nathan 's message, "Growing Chicks" on 22:47:39 06/05/10 Sat


They're three weeks old? And they have almost all their feathers? Well, I would still leave the light on the birds for two more weeks. BUT I would also make sure it doesn't get too hot in there. And if they are that cramped together, be EXTRA careful to watch them so they don't start fighting with each other. We had that problem... And I highly doubt it was a finch that did it. It was probably one of the females in the aviary who did that. Buttons can be really mean to each other. So be VERY careful when putting them back together. The only thing I can say that might help, is if you put the button's cage in the aviary so both groups get used to seeing each other. Other than that, there is no way to see who will get along when put together...

I hope that helped some, and if I didn't answer everything, just ask again! lol ;-)

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