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How's every ones HH's doing?

Discussion in 'Hawkhead Trail' started by hawkygal, 10/28/16.

  1. hawkygal

    hawkygal Sprinting down the street Avenue Veteran

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    Hi all,

    Just thought with the sidewalk sale on today i would pop in and see how everyones HH's are doing?
     
  2. expressmailtome

    expressmailtome Ripping up the road Administrator Celebirdy of the Month Mayor of the Avenue Avenue Veteran

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    Welcome back!
     
  3. hawkygal

    hawkygal Sprinting down the street Avenue Veteran

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    thanks :)
     
  4. Gimby

    Gimby Walking the driveway

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    I'm quite late for this thread but mine is doing well. How is your HH doing?
     
  5. Crazy Bird Lady

    Crazy Bird Lady Walking the driveway Avenue Veteran

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    Mine is doing fine! She is now about 10 and is sassy as ever! I was looking on the web and there don't appear to be a lot of birds out there available. Just wondering if there are not as many people wanting HH's as pets these days. I do admit they can be quite a challenge but so special at the same time!
     
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  6. hawkygal

    hawkygal Sprinting down the street Avenue Veteran

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    Mines having a tough spring, we weren't able to afford his hormone implant (sounds worse than it is as far as he's concerned) this year, so we've had to let him handle the spring on his own. He was really doing great until about a week or two ago when he started a molt. He's dropping feathers that he mostly left alone during the season as well as a couple he chewed on a bit but he won't let the replacement feathers grow all the way in. Very hard to deal with for us. Hoping that we can get him through this last part. I think all the crazy weather we've had here just kind of sent him into a second spring. Hoping he starts recovering quickly. He always has bounced back as soon as he gets to his molt, so its weird having it go backwards this year. I will be so happy when he gets himself refeathered. I think it always looks worse to me than it really is. I mean, he's still got his beautiful colors just under his wings not much there.
     
  7. Crazy Bird Lady

    Crazy Bird Lady Walking the driveway Avenue Veteran

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    Zoey has been showing some cage aggression this spring. I thought we were though it but now she is back to attacking when you get near her cage. She is ok with me most of the time but not my husband. It is hard because I travel a lot with work and my husband and has trouble feeding her and cant let her out while I am away. Do the hormone implants work for females?
     

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