My lutino cockatiel has laid 4-5 clutches of eggs this spring and summer. I've tried everything I think I'm considering lupron. She shares the cage with my other female cockatiel. I hope her egg laying stops when fall comes around. Right now, she's staying at my sister's apartment however we're gonna move her back to my place because there's too much daylight in her apartment. I even bought fake eggs and they do help as she thinks they are her real eggs. I know how many eggs she lays in a clutch, around 8-9. So I make sure sure I put atleast 7 fake eggs plus her real eggs so more than 12 eggs in her cage which is crazy. She's always looking for a nesting place. I make sure there's nothing on the bottom of her cage but she still somehow finds a way to lay eggs. I've even tried reducing her daylight to only 6 hours and I let her sleep for more than 12 hours. I did this for a couple of days but it still didn't work. Have you guys had success with stopping your bird from laying eggs without lupron? I'm just worried I don't want her to become egg bound. I make sure she gets her calcium. I think she'll stop when the whether starts getting colder because she laid her first clutch in july last year and stopped.