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Withdrawn behavior

Discussion in 'Canary & Finch Court' started by Atomiklan, 9/12/17.

  1. Atomiklan

    Atomiklan Sprinting down the street

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    So I'm guessing I already know the answer to this question, but I figure I will check with you all just in case. Emma the last week or so has become really withdrawn. Its difficult to coax her out of the cage. She doesn't seem to want to fly around anymore to stretch her wings, and she is nervous of my hand again. I am guessing a lot of this has to do with her in full nesting mode. ie, she comes out of the nest to eat/drink, take a short break, maybe take a bath, and that's about it. Do you believe this is the cause of her behavior?

    On a positive note, as I type, she is munching on pellets. First time I have seen either of them eat the pellets. Very excited to see her at least try them. Perhaps she will keep eating them now.
     
  2. Featheredfuffs

    Featheredfuffs Walking the driveway

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    Yeah, she's just being broody :)

    My girls do that as well, no reason to worry!
     
  3. Atomiklan

    Atomiklan Sprinting down the street

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    Thx
     

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