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Freddy

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i am a New African Grey parent. I have recently been given a male and female (I was caring for them at the previous owners home until January). They have own cages. I would like to give them a bird room for some freedom, and be able to provide them a place to get some un-interuped rest. The female is 32 and is hermonal and has been laying eggs (unfertized of course). I do not want babies. Can i keep this from happening?
The plan is to let them out a few hours a day when i get home from work and then put them to bed at dark. (hopefully).

Any information would be apprecated :)
 

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You can't completely stop eggs. But switching any that are laid for dummy eggs (or boiling and allowing to cool) is a good idea if the two get out of cage time together - just in case.
Not having nests, nooks and other dark spaces can reduce the occurance of eggs.
 

Freddy

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As of right now she has totally ignored all her eggs. She has not shown any interest in them at all. Thank you for the info. Very much appreciated
 
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