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Date Posted: 10:23:19 05/16/08 Fri
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Saraa

Hi Saraa,

I noticed that you had posted a question about one bird pecking another and pulling out feathers, and no one answered you. Someone else asked about that also, so perhaps you read that thread. You will have to keep the birds separated whenever the one gets agressive. One trick that we have done to separate the birds when we've run out of places to put them, is this. Cut a piece of heavy cardboard (a box) to fit in the cage to act like a wall. That way each bird has its own space. There's safety for the pecked bird, and a barricade for the naughty bird!

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