butlerino

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Hi everyone,

I have a male and female alexandrine. They have recently been mating often and both hiding away in their nest box but the male will always stay in there like he is guarding it or something. I always see the female but the male only comes out to eat. Is this normal?

Thanks for your help, this is my first time breeding alexandrines so all information is helpful
 

Mchal

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Hiya! Sorry I don't have any advice for you! I have never bred birds before, but I thought I would just suggest maybe you post this in another section like behaviour. A lot more people will be looking at that forum and I'm sure there will be some one there to help you out :)
 

henpecked

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Hey butlerino, yeah that's pretty normal,. I'm no expert on Alex's but that's normal breeding behavior. When she starts sitting eggs he'll be out front guarding the box.
 

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