regent parrot aggression, and mixed aviary

hi, i have an aviary that is 4.5 by 1.5 by 1.8 high. in it is a pair of regents, bourkes and turks. when the breeding season comes around will they breed seperatly in their together?

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May 11, 2010
regent parrot aggression, and mixed aviary
by: Linda

You DO NOT HAVE AN AVIARY, YOU HAVE A FAIRLY SMALL CAGE FOR SO MANY BIRDS. YOU HAVE TO KEEP SPECIES SEPARATELY, AND NO, THEY WILL NOT BREED PROPERLY, AND THEY WILL FIGHT TO THE DEATH.

An Aviary is a very large flight that is say 8 to 12 feet long, 8-12 feet deep and the same wide. Get your birds into separate cages as all those different species will do nothing but either kill each other or each others' babies.

PLEASE DO YOUR HOMEWORK ON THIS KIND OF THING BEFORE YOU DO IT. It is important that only birds of same species be kept together to free fly, and when breeding, it is advised that all pairs be separated into their own cages so they can breed and raise their young in peace.

Linda

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