Posted 28 December 2010 - 06:09 PM
Cages, perches, toys (if any), etc. I know some breeders believe in providing toys, while others don't, as it supposedly 'distracts' the birds from doing their 'thing'. I'm just looking at getting an idea of how each breeder feels is the 'right' way of setting up pairs properly.
Posted 28 December 2010 - 06:19 PM
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Posted 28 December 2010 - 07:12 PM
and plenty more tiel pics. i found the avairy, not in use though. were the breeding took place.
been having to look up old photos from facebook and myspace because my computer screwed up.
and thats where some of the only pics are. but ill find em and keep posting.
the 3 baby cockatiels were from a whiteface split lutino male, and a cinnamon pearl pied hen.
and i got the 2 light pieds split lutino, and the lutino. "lilly" lol
as then a lil budgie pic cause i used to hand feed them aswell.
had a beautyful clear wing dulite male. always gave me something new.
blue,green,clears,dilutes, and loads of ressive pieds little booger split to everything. lol
had more tiel pics, pearls and grey babies, but i need to resize them i think
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