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Irishj9

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Caught Fingers and Cha_Cha doing what comes naturally when I got home this afternoon

They didn't breed at all the last two years, and indeed for a long time Cha-Cha wouldn't tolerate her mate in her cage, except for sleeping

So this will be interesting to watch

There had been a lot of nest activity these last couple of weeks, but also a lot of aggression from her Ladyship.

Lady caiques are MUCH MORE warlike than the males
 

Sparkles99

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Do you let them keep the eggs & raise the babies, or do you pull them?
 

Irishj9

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Both. I pull them if there seems to be a feeding problem
 

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Oh boy. More feisty little cakes.
 

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Zara

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¨Please do not post photos of birds in dangerous situations. Everyone is entitled to their own beliefs and opinions on bird care. We are here to educate and help each other do the best we can do for the birds' best interest. This may bring up discussions on topics such as birds & other pets. Over the years we have seen many of these situations become losses. As Avian Avenue is a close community of people, we take those losses as our own. To educate and bring awareness of these potentially deadly opportunities we ask that you do not post photos of your birds in dangerous situations. This may include:
  • Photos with predatory animals such as dogs, cats, ferrets, etc. It just takes a split second for an accident to happen even with very well behaved cats and dogs who are taken by surprise. Cat saliva can be deadly to birds. Saliva toxins can kill within a matter of minutes or a few days. Scratches and bites from both cats and dogs and other animals can cause severe injury and/or death.¨
 

Irishj9

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You're right of course. I don't let Any other animals near my babies. But the meme is just so funny
 
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