My two keets are two years old and their ceres are still pinkish. One is white and the other is mostly white with blue cheeks, tips and back. Does this mean that they are females? There is no sign of any tan or blue.
i put in a nesting box about 2 weeks ago. the female has the crusty cere. and she has a male in the cage. there is nesting material in the box that i put in. in the last 2 weeks she has gone in once. i havent seen any breeding. they groom eachother alot and the male dances for her. but no mating. is this normal?
1 hamster; Tommy dog;shannon 2 keets;storm(m)-sunny((f) 2teils;Bo & Daisy
just because she's in breeding mode doesn't mean he is.I hope you've read LLPB forum on breeding;it is a big undertaking with loads of responibilty.peggy taylor you truly have two beautiful male keets.
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don't get a third bird of a different sex. if you want to have an odd number get another male. Especially if one of the males is dominant. Chances are he and the fmale would end up fighting it out to see who's in charge and you dont want that.