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jules



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PostSubject: nesting behaviour   2nd August 2012, 8:50 pm

i found out last week that jasper is actually a female grey after going to the vets for a check up. the last 3 weeks he has started to pull out his fluffy downy feathers and made a bald patch on his back and a small one on his chest (the worst of it he did overnight on the first week)

they are starting to grow back now but i did wonder if this is part of hormonal or nesting type behaviour in females,along with all the shredding he does. this is what made me curious and have a dna test done Smile
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PostSubject: Re: nesting behaviour   7th October 2013, 7:41 am

Well we had a black headed caique handed in the other day, 3 years old and the lady that handed it in said that it had been poked by the kids with sticks
So, it's time to start his rehabilitation. he is a right nasty little bird but hay ho! we will try and get him a happy life back
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PostSubject: Re: nesting behaviour   8th October 2013, 7:26 am

poked by her kids? well she should be ashamed of her self for letting them do that Mad 
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