Sure.. I would check in the evening as i left for my work.Yes a female can lay eggs without a male.
Its something to consider along with illnesses. But you would probably see straining and swollen messy cloaca with a stuck egg...tho not always if the issue is higher up.
Low calcium is always something to think about in greys. And the odd red feathers can indicate fatty liver .
Some good foods to try are warm mashed sweet potatoes . You could also soak some healthy pellets and grind up add to the sweet potatoes and serve until yiu get the baby burd formula. A little scrambled egg might go over well.
Has the burd been exposed to other burds recently? Or any tainted food or water?
I had conversation with vian and sent him video and asked to visit him but he was on his government duty so he refused to meet and told me this. Yes occasionally i let him to enjoy direct su light but in last month or so i could not be able to put him in open area.Low calcium would have different symptoms.How did the vet come to the conclusion that he has Mutated Paramyxovirus infection. If He has not seen the bird or done blood work.How long now has he been acting poorly?And you say he seems a bit better after you feed him ,so keep giving him good warm food(Lots of ideas in the posts.One more question--Does he have any time in natural sunlight or do you have proper uva/uvb lights for him?
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From the start i am giving him mixed seeds, will post pic in evening.I was thinking low CA also. What did you feed her regularily? Pellets?
Nutrition is linked either bodies immunity and abilities to fight off infection.Here is a list of highly recommended veggies for parrots to get enough Vitamin A.
Seeds and fruits alone are not complete nutrition for a parrot such as African Grey.
- Sweet potato – can be served in the cooked and mashed form.
- Carrots have special vitamin A which is essential for Gray Parrots. It is sweet and can be served in the boiled form
- Peppers – green, red, and yellow betters are high in vitamin C which is essential for the bird’s immune system and will save it from switching to external supplements. These veggies will provide Vitamin A which parrots need in their diet.
Toys removed because of space... its small cage..Im glad she is getting better ..Im going to say you need to put in a couple of more perches and some toys in her cage ..Is this the cage she lives in ...I would think about getting a bigger and better cage for her if this is her normal cage ...She could be getting metal poising from the cage as it isnt covered well with paint and there is allot of metal showing ... Im sure there isnt very many good cages around where you live but I would look.. her cage could be the issue ....