Kakariki

RustyRolo

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Hi.

First post. Thank you for letting me join. I have had success with both budgies and Cockatiels breeding in their cage in the house.

Pair of Kakariki 1st time clutch, no sign of life, well over due. Should I just remove eggs or the nest box as well?

Many thanks in advance.:green2:
 

Noahs_Birds

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Toowoomba/Highfields, QLD, Australia
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Yellow Sided GCC's, Rosa Bourkes Parrots, Full Red Fronted Turqoisine Parrots, Quaker Parrots 'Scomo PM' 'Jenny PM's wife', PLUS: Rare Finches, Doves and Quail
Shine a bright light through them, if they are clear they are infertile, if they are darker with veins they could still be fertile. Always best to leave all eggs an extra week before removing them, and then remove the nesting box for a month or so before returning it back into the cage
 

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