My Bourkes

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"Better late than never"
Update from last few months:
Two other Bourkies survived:) A month after selling them I met their current owner and everything were ok;)
We still have a contact to owners of our first hatched Bourkes and this summer one of them also passed away:( My familly was thinking if maybe this year a lot of birds died here?
Recently I don't really have time for my fids. I am at home only on weekends:( Now here is Christmas holiday and I can be with them longer but on the 6th January I have to go to the capital city again:(
The last taken photo of Rozalka, Fela and Jaล› inside the cage

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I'm curious if I'm becoming being too childish - is it only to me that Bourkes' stepping looks like stepping in a cartoon?๐Ÿ˜‚
Rozalka is banned because that video is just too cute! :love:
 
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Today I finished quarantine for Rozalka and we wanted her to rejoin other bourkes... I hope it will work... So far no fight in the cage but it doesn't mean anything yet...
Bonus pic of Rozalka
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It's the first pic ever of an adult bourke on my hand
 
You be a good girl Rozalka, we want to see more of you, and the other sweet little Bourkies too! :love:
 
I've had them 4 years. The male is a half year shorter with us because we thought Fela was a male :smiley5:
Your baby birdie pictures are adorable! All your birdies are gorgeous of course but babies are sooo cute, just like any baby animals, right?
 
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Poor Fela wants children again...
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She laid them in the cage corner and was sitting on them few days. But I have too many reasons why I don't want more babies.

And poor Jaล›... I think he got head damage. He flew and hit somewhere leaving a bit of blood under his cere. Also, he's shocked (or whatever it's called) - I wanted him to come back to the cage because I thought it's a safer place for the injured bird to not make it worse. Then I realized that he wasn't afraid of me, I could take him on my hands (I also looked if he's hurt somewhere else), he even didn't go into the cage when he could - he just stayed on my hands
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I also searched Internet and everything looks like head damage. I'm not 100% sure if I did right putting him back to the cage with other Bourkes but I will see, maybe they won't do anything to him.

In the past my grandma helped a wild pigeon which was in the same situation - after about 2 hours it was alright and flew away
 
Poor Fela wants children again...
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She laid them in the cage corner and was sitting on them few days. But I have too many reasons why I don't want more babies.

And poor Jaล›... I think he got head damage. He flew and hit somewhere leaving a bit of blood under his cere. Also, he's shocked (or whatever it's called) - I wanted him to come back to the cage because I thought it's a safer place for the injured bird to not make it worse. Then I realized that he wasn't afraid of me, I could take him on my hands (I also looked if he's hurt somewhere else), he even didn't go into the cage when he could - he just stayed on my hands
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I also searched Internet and everything looks like head damage. I'm not 100% sure if I did right putting him back to the cage with other Bourkes but I will see, maybe they won't do anything to him.

In the past my grandma helped a wild pigeon which was in the same situation - after about 2 hours it was alright and flew away
Oh Rozzy, I hope poor little Jaล› will be ok!! ๐Ÿ™
 
That's great news, Rozzy! Please give that little sweetie lots of lovin' from me, won't you? And plenty for the rest of your flock too ๐Ÿ’– ๐Ÿ’– ๐Ÿ’– ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜
 

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