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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-23-2011, 08:37 AM Thread Starter
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I have a question

First off Bam-Bam and Pebbles are doing well. OK here is the question Bam-Bam has been putting his feet on Pebbles a lot I read this means he is in breed mode she is not, should i separate them.will he hurt her.Her cere is tan to white,his cere is dare blue to black.She pulls her head away and her tail is down.


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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-28-2011, 12:03 PM
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With most birds (especially parakeets and canaries), females are typically more dominant than males. In fact, when I had a male/female pair of canaries (Sam & Eva), I'd often have to separate them into their own bird cages when Eva would display dominant and aggressive behaviors toward Sam. In your case, keep a close eye on both Bam-Bam and Pebbles to make sure that neither tries to hurt the other. If Bam-Bam is starting to display mating behaviors toward Pebbles and she shows that she's not interested, then it might be good to separate them, but leave their cages next to each other. Once they seem like they're ready to get along again, you can put them with each other in the same cage. I knew that it would be safe to put Sam back in the cage with Eva when they were trying to nestle next to each other even though they were in separate cages. Good luck!

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