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Baby birds #183593 05/20/07 06:11 PM
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My one set had two babies and my other set had eggs but no babies.
I did not realize when I put the nest boxes in the cages they would all have eggs.
Will the one with no babies be "sad"? Can I put one baby in the other nest with the one that has none? If not, when can I take the nest box out (because I don't really want more babies, I don't know enough)?

Re: Baby birds [Re: Bluecatbird] #183612 05/20/07 08:45 PM
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No you can not move the chicks once hatched. The none chick hen will be just fine, remove the nest box if it has been more that 20 days since the last egg was lay


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