Thank you @Gemma it's been a challenging but fun process since I know you enjoy the progress I will keep sharing. The next big transformation will be the theater room. Currently in a let's ensure this idea is going to work stage.I love your style!
I've been enjoying watching you transform your home and garden.
Keep it up, you're doing a wonderful job and thank you for sharing!
Birds have a biological need to multiply the species. Chickens were bred to produce los of eggs, and their farmers give them calcium and other supliments to support them. Less domestic birds feel a need to try and multiply. Doing things to discourage that activity or making it unsuitable is her best option. Provide a cuttlebone, bare bottom cage, no box to nest in, reduce the triggers. A bird won’t breed if there is no suitable location. As for a false egg, if she can find or make one, she would have to be able to place one in every day to simulate how a clutch grows. Cockatiels lay every other day. I should have three in there today.
All it takes is newspaper. Some birds just lay eggs regardless, but lighting, temperature, and feed all play a roll. Just like with fish! I am actively encouraging the birds, cause babies mean money, but if she doesn’t, she may consider covering the cage part of the day to reduce “daylight “
Thank you, I am excited to get that done.
5.00 a ticket and I think popcorn was like a nickle lol
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