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Date Posted: 11:17:22 07/10/08 Thu
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: First hatch! (sigh)
In reply to: Dave H 's message, "Re: First hatch! (sigh)" on 19:05:24 07/09/08 Wed

Hi Dave,

I'm so sorry for the loss of your little button. It's always tough; we've lost two babies this summer.

Don't give up on the rest just yet. Give them a few more days.

And don't give up on trying again. Buttons are fragile, and experience goes a long way when raising them, we have found.

Why your bird died is hard to determine. But I would question the type of food it was eating. It's my understanding that hatchlings can only eat ground up bird game food. You might want to post again, so that it appears at the top of the page. People don't usually scroll down to previous days, I've found.

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