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Date Posted: 20:15:09 06/24/08 Tue
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: Am about fed up with this!
In reply to: Saraa 's message, "Re: Am about fed up with this!" on 16:25:21 06/24/08 Tue

I'm glad your bird isn't being hurt. I really don't know what to tell you. It doesn't sound like a space problem, that's for sure. Why she would become aggressive when there's plenty of space, I don't know. Do you have little nooks and crannies that the birds can hide in and be alone? I've heard that's a good idea (especially for females to have respite from males). So maybe you could try that. Then the little one would have a place to hide from the big one. It seems to me that I've read that the birds do better in pairs if they've been raised together and/or if they are of opposite sex.

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