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PerrisPerches

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About PerrisPerches

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    Budgie Hatchling

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  • Country
    Canada
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    Halifax

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  1. PerrisPerches

    Eggs

    I have a clutch of eight eggs and have watched visual successful breedings. First egg was laid on September 29th and she laid every two days until the clutch was finished and didn't start sitting full time until the fourth? I thought I would have a chick hatched out by now but don’t even hear a peep? I haven’t candled but can tell at least four are developed , maybe a few more days ?
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    Hello

    Hello everyone! Brad here from Nova Scotia Canada or better know as the “Budgie Barn.” I was heavily into budgies, tiels, and loveys when I was younger but due to Life, had to take a break for a few years. I have recently gotten back into budgies and have a maiden hen on eight beautiful eggs. I live in the beautiful city of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. My hand is a yellow cinnamon, and my mail is a yellow harlequin. I run a small business that serves all of the Atlantic provinces, it is called “Perris Perches” And we handcraft all natural woodeb perches for our feathered friends of all sizes. Looking forward to familiarizing myself with the chat forum in the group, and will post a picture of our first home clutch in a few weeks !! Perri and the gang
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    Hen On Clutch

    Good morning everyone ! Brad here from Halifax, Canada. Also creator of “Perris Perches” a natural wooden approach to the stimulation of our feathered friends serving the Atlantic provinces :)! My question is this; my hen is a day or so out from hatching out her first clutch and She’s thrown almost every piece of shredded paper out of the nest. Usually I would have thrown more pine shavings in at this point for my other pairs and other breeds but this hen is SUPER protective of these eggs and wants not even I innrhe nest and she’s fully hand tamed. Every time she’s out to eat and use the washroom (which isn’t often now) as soon as I attempt to open box she’s right back in beak beared! Should I attempt to put still put shavings in now before the clutch begins to hatch ornwait until I have a chick or two in the box? My thoughts are because it’s her first clutch she’s super protective. She also has a clutch of eight and I’m hoping for her and the cocks sake not 5 or 6 hatch as that’s a large clutch for first time parents ! Looking for opinions and suggestions ! :)
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