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Jack Robinson

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About Jack Robinson

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  • Birthday 15/02/1996

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    Broadford, Victoria

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  1. Kaz trust me i don't over check have done this before and lost a whole clutch. Only reason i posted was due to the face the all the other hen i have used spent much more time in the nesting box. Thanks for your reply always appreciated Jack
  2. Well hey everyone haven't posted in ages had Internet issues ext.ext. I have a problem well what i think to be a problem: Just two weeks ago I places a hen and cock into a breeding cage as it looked like they had paired in to aviary and since then the hen has laid one egg which she then didn't sit on and turfed after 3 or 4 days then a week passed and thought nothing off it she had no signs of egg binding ext. However just yesterday i found another egg in the box but yet again she isn't sitting on it or even showing any interest in the nesting box. What does this mean? What can i do?
  3. Hi Jack Your birds are going through a moult by the sounds of it - the "spikey" things would be new feathers starting starting to grow back. Nothing to worry about - most of my birds are going through this at the moment too. If you want to assist them you can give them Moulting Aid. This may help you out with more information http://forums.budgie...showtopic=22897 Hope this helps you Thanks glad its nothing bad.
  4. Alright my camera isn't working so I can’t take photos so I will try and explain. okay so three weeks ago I moved all the birds (not the three littlies) into my aviary. But about 5 of the 9 birds in there well above there ceres and they have lost their feathers and have like red patches (blood colour) above their ceres. And have some small spiky looking things growing amongst the small patches. What is this and what does it mean?? Thanks. Jack
  5. Question. One the old site you could go to a link that showed recently posted on topics Does this still exist? hope i make sense lol :)

    1. ~The Netsta!~

      ~The Netsta!~

      Yes it does still exist Jack, but this feature is now known as "View New Content" and is found in the top right hand corner on every page. The content listed on the "View New Content" page is unique to your member account.

  6. Yer I don’t really know what to say she just was normal I guess and cold. That is all she hadn’t been attacked by mice or anything.. Should I put her partner with the other birds or bring him inside I don’t like them being alone in a cage unless necessary, as they seem like suck social animals from what I can gather from having budgies for a short period of time.
  7. My hen died last night i have no idea as to why..?? Anyone have any ideas?? I walked into my small breeding room to feed my pair and came face to face with the white hen on the floor of the breeding cage she was between clutches. The male bird was distraught i have not put him back with the other birds incase some quarantine is required? i am really disappointed because she was my only hen of breeding age..
  8. My whole family made the move 3 years ago went from Hastings And now live in practically the middle of nowhere and have 7 acres of land. We now have horses, Chickens and so many other animals (including budgies). We brought a really old house. And have never looked back. Also as a family we are so much happier.
  9. okay i moved them. How can i be 100% sure they can eat by themselfs?
  10. Just to let everyone know both birds are out the nest eating seed from the floor of breeding cage. LOL they keep trying to get back into the nesting box but the hen literally throws them both out lol. She laid another egg today is it okay to keep it in there?? Also when do I move the young too into the kindi cage? Is there any quarantine needed?
  11. Well, that is definitely a front on cere shot! But unfortunately, the way the color looks washed out, it's hard to tell whether that's any white I'm seeing, or just the lighting conditions. I almost think it could be a male, but it's hard to say. Well this is it two weeks or so ago and Kaz said female so I don't know... Yes, it did look like a hen then. So it ought to have a whitish cere now with light blue. What do you see when you look at the bird in person? Exactly That
  12. Well, that is definitely a front on cere shot! But unfortunately, the way the color looks washed out, it's hard to tell whether that's any white I'm seeing, or just the lighting conditions. I almost think it could be a male, but it's hard to say. Well this is it two weeks or so ago and Kaz said female so I don't know...
  13. Hoop pine is like a real type of pine it is not man made like plywood.
  14. Well I just put wood shavings in the breeding box before the hen even lays and if the hen tosses them out I don't add anymore. But when the chicks get feathers I then add the seed left over in the dish in the actual cabinet to the box and just repeat this cycle every 2 or 3 days. Hope that helps
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