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out of nesting box #242479 01/09/08 10:54 PM
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ok today i pulled the 2 chicks out for a while so that they can get use to human contact the oldest allready has his flight wings but is not steady flying he did sit on my finger but would rather be flying now the youngest one took to me like nothing and just wanted to sit on my finger and stay there now both of them there cere looks like it is turning blue or am i just seeing things you can really tell with the young one though both of them though there beak is like black could this be from having caked on food on there beaks before i had to clean it off

Re: out of nesting box [Re: chefal] #242615 01/10/08 04:18 PM
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when they're really young, their beaks have black on them, but goes away with time.

that's good, keep taking them out when the parents are away (put them on a playgym or something) and hold them for at most 15 minutes about twice a day or so...just keep them warm!

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