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Cere colour changing, does that mean a molt? #373226 06/28/09 06:10 PM
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ok, so tweetie and shishas ceres changed colours lately, tweeities is purning light brown, and shishas is blue

just wondering if there cere chaning means a molt is coming

Keets: Tweetie, Shisha, Zayman
Cockatiels: Mohawk, Fohawk
Finches: Finchy, Zebray
Hamster: Hamsty
Re: Cere colour changing, does that mean a molt? [Re: parak33tz] #373227 06/28/09 06:14 PM
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If her cere is turning brown, it means she is going into breeding mode. If you don't want her to lay eggs/(if you have a boy and a girl)breed, you'll want to do things like limiting daylight hours, switching around the setup of her cage, and removing anything that could be used as a nest.

Re: Cere colour changing, does that mean a molt? [Re: ___JA] #373233 06/28/09 06:53 PM
Caribbean mom :)
Caribbean mom :)
How old are they?

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