My pairs of Eclectus are experiencing a considerable increase in appetite. We have a very scheduled feeding process because we both work and have so many birds that we have to do things in order or it's complete chaos. First things in the morning we get the chop ready and the Eclectus pairs each get a large bowl of chopped fruits and veggies. I sprinkle a small amount of the Volkman Eclectus seed blend on top. This happens around 5:30 in the morning. I refresh it in the afternoon so that it doesn't sit too long and get funky. For the last few weeks, both pairs have been cleaning out the bowl right away and by 10 am they start screaming because they want more food. I've been filling it up again and that gets them to quiet down. They are eating double what they were before. The single male we have isn't eating more than usual. I know this is their off-season so could they be preparing for the upcoming breeding season? We haven't had them for a full year yet so I'm not in tune with any variations they might experience in their behavior over the long run. Is this normal?