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Want to adopt a male alexandrine parrot, I own a female Indian ring neck. I’m afraid they might breed. What should I potentially do

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Want to adopt a male alexandrine parrot, I own a female Indian ring neck. I’m afraid they might breed. What should I potentially do ?

My female irn is free 24/7 I allow her to go anywhere and she doesn’t make that much of a mess, and when/if I adopt the male alexandrine I will probably do the same thing ( if they get along), I’m not to afraid of them fighting since my ring neck is very docile.
But I absolutely don’t want them to have children, anything I can do to Prevent this ?
 

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Damn it sucks that I can’t get a male then, but I have to think about the risks of them having kids
Just because eggs are laid and may be fertile does not mean babies have to hatch from them…
 

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You can boil the eggs and then put them back just after they are laid so that they do not hatch, and the birds still will have the eggs.
 
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