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Urgent Budgie injured under the wing on body

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Ever since my bird's gave eggs they have been fighting but today the mother made the other female budgie bleed I am pretty sure the bleeding has stoped but I can't seperate any one cause they both have eggs in this cage what do I do
 

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Unfortunately, separating them is the only safe option. It may sound "mean", but the safety of the adult birds is more important than that of the unhatched eggs. You could always put both females in separate cages with their own eggs.
 

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I´ve seen colony set ups work with multiple hens and nests, but if fighting or nest sabotage is happening then the hens must be separated.
Put each hen and her clutch in their own cage so they can brood in peace. You may want to move the boys so that they are with their corresponding mates.
 

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