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Date Posted: 09:54:53 06/02/08 Mon
Author: Diane
Author Host/IP: 157.185.1.148
Subject: Re: Quetsion on odd behavior
In reply to: M 's message, "Quetsion on odd behavior" on 02:39:11 05/31/08 Sat

Maybe you are misinterpreting the male's signals as being upset at the female. I have several males with females in separate cases that chase and peck at the females when I go in to the cages to feed, give them water or change their cases. I believe the male is trying to protect his interest when he does this. In other words, "don't touch my female." He might be protecting his female from you when you approach them.

I don't belive there is anything you can do about this except separate them, but then they will miss each other. Difficult little birds to figure out, arn't they?

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