Nanday Conure Forum
Message #3441. This is a followup to #3440.
|Name:||Anna and Boo|
|Date:||Wednesday August 3, 2005 9:28:24 am MDT|
|Message:||Okay. Can you go over your nursery setup in detail?
What's the temperature? How is it heated? What is the humidity? How will you set up the babies? What handfeeding utensils do you have? How often will you feed? What will you feed them? Do you have any handfeeding experience whatsoever? What have you READ about handfeeding and brooding chicks? (And please be specific, actual book titles and/or links to webpages)
Please, please, PLEASE convince me you have SOME understanding of what it takes to raise day one parrot chicks.
I shudder to think...
> It's on our calandar, Kiwi Anna and Mr. Bird's eggs should begin
> hatching, that is if the embryo's are alive and kicking beginning
> tomorrow. Even though it may prove disappointing I'll have to set up
> Mr. Bird's cage as a nursery just in case we have live babies, and
> nasty parents, and yet if they prove to be doding parents we won't
> pull babies for 4 to 5 weeks, that is if the eggs even
> Mr. Bird was so cute last night: He was tending the eggs while Kiwi
> got her food and water and when she came back he helped her get the
> eggs back under her. Silly bird.
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