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Old 02-15-2019, 06:05 PM
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I did not see anything to worry about with your bird. At worst, it would be minor.
Yes in Fact i didn't panicked because there was more an episode where right at the edge of cere i saw a blood dropping. This time instead it was more like a bruise in beak then little hole, and after that blood clot. They are in different cage now and i transferred them even at night, i don't want such episode to repeat and it will only take seconds to bad things happen

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It is best that you keep the male and female housed separately.
The only time they should be allowed together is possibly for out-of-cage time.
If you choose to give them out-of-cage time together, it needs to be under your direct supervision the entire time.
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It is best that you keep the male and female housed separately.

The only time they should be allowed together is possibly for out-of-cage time.

If you choose to give them out-of-cage time together, it needs to be under your direct supervision the entire time.
Till when i can keep them separate?. Till his beak will heal? I surely can't make them out of the cage since i have work. And reducing time is the only option and shuffling the perches to make them out of breeding condition

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Do you have two cages?
The budgies each need to be in an individual cage for several weeks.
If you wish to try them together after that time, you will need to watch them very carefully and only put them together for short periods until you determine if the female is still aggressive.
If so, they will need to be housed in individual cages on a permanent basis.
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Do you have two cages?

The budgies each need to be in an individual cage for several weeks.

If you wish to try them together after that time, you will need to watch them very carefully and only put them together for short periods until you determine if the female is still aggressive.

If so, they will need to be housed in individual cages on a permanent basis.
I have one but only for transport. It not even worth calling hospital cage. Im actually planning to divide my madeira cage using a piece of plexiglass to keep them separated. I determined that it's not totally agression. It's their hormones fault and also looking back at the food i gave was broccoli and mash recently so that might triggered the urge to mate. For now I'm keeping at 8hrs of light. As i am at work i asked my mother not to open the balcony at morning and only to be opened at 12. Hopefully this will work

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Almost a week and the beak is growing again little by little. He has to stay isolated though for the meantime

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