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Old 07-30-2019, 06:47 PM
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[I have already made a post explaining Daisys tail feathers missing and horrible clip job] Whi is Daisys tail feathers now looking so messy?
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Looks like either the shaft got bent, or it was about to fall out. If it’s bent, don’t worry, it will molt out eventually and be replaced.
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I agree with RavensGryf. Nothing to be concerned about.
Daisy will get a new tail feather when that one comes out.
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Her tail feathers are growing back in beautifully!!
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Her tail feathers are growing back in beautifully!!
That's wonderful, but you should not have that hut that is at the bottom of the playground.
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Yes, the tail feathers arecoming back. Coming along correctly, but still a way togo until they are grown. A nice looking green bird.
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why is the hut on the playground bad? She uses it as a bird bath
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I've merged your two threads regarding Daisy's tail-feathers.
Please do not start new threads on the same topic in the future.

The coconut hut is not a good toy for Daisy because females often decide to use them as a nesting site.
Females can lay eggs even if they do not breed with a male. This is why we recommend that nothing which may be used as a nesting site be put in their cages.

If you want to provide Daily with a bird-bath, I'd suggest you either put a shallow bowl with water in or on top the cage or get a Lix-it Bath to attach to the cage and provide her the option of bathing every few days.

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