If the cr@p piles up too much I flick it out with a swift wrist movement onto the ground. But that is about it! I wouldn't go scrubbing the nests or anything. But usually they will be fine if you don't clean them at all
I was getting confused cause lots of books say lots of different things. I'll leave them alone.....even if it smells funky in their box. It smells really sweet like fermenting corn! I havent fed corn for months and stopped cause of breeding season.
Mum to 7 snakes, 5 lizards, scorps,13 birds ,6 guineas & fish(& I cut down on what I had!).
DUE TO THE CURRENT FINANCIAL RESTRAINTS, THE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL WILL BE TURNED OFF UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
My scaly has just layed two eggs. At the moment its fine cause she comes out to "do her buisness" but once the babies are hatched, should I try and clean it out? These lorikeets are compleatly avery birds and not use to humans as such. If I disturb the babies would she or him kill them? Im new to this whole bird breeding thing so any advice would be great.
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