i bring up couple of eclectus(not for breeding), and its first time laying eggs.
i think my parrot failed to hatching, because more than a month has passed.
i'm trying to remove nest box, but female eclectus dosen't show up her whole body outside(just her head!) so i can't pick her out.
I'm worried that the male might harm the eggs, the male enters the nest box and don't know if I should remove him and leave the female alone. Does anyone have any information regarding that.
Thanks in advance for your help.
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