Red rumpers parakee

i have a pair of red rumper,a breedin pair.
The female lay 4 eggs, but I found her in the button of the cage like she was sick or cut move, I pick her up and put her inside the cage could tell me what happen why she was not laying on the eggs Angela thank you.

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Jul 16, 2012
by: jeremy

hey, I just wanted to ask you how much did you buy the red rumper. They are so cute! thanks.

Apr 16, 2012
Red rumpers parakee
by: Linda

It sounds like your birds are sick. Both birds will have to be examined by an Avian Vet ONLY before any breeding. Throw the eggs away because they are probably not fertile anyway. Find an Avian Vet

Before you decide to breed birds, you have to know everything this calls for. You have to know how to handfeed baby parrots in case they need it, you have to have your parent birds examined so you know they are healthy, and cage has to be large with a nestbox hung outside of it.

There are many things to know and learn, and you are not anywhere near ready for this. It is a big responsibility when a person decides to breed birds, and until you know everything you need to know, you are hurting your birds by doing this. The other issue is there are way too many parrots being bred in this world and most end up in very bad homes as a result. Breeding is not for everyone, and in my humble opinion is not for MOST people. All this bird breeding is hurting parrots in general and needs to be done only by breeders willing to take their birds to Avian Vets when sick or injured and willing to feed high quality organic pelleted diets on a daily basis. People not willing to give their birds the highest quality life they possibly can need to stay away from breeding and find another hobby.

It is very much OK to just enjoy your birds for their beauty and grace and not worry about breeding.


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