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update on little one

Discussion in 'Birds - all breeds / types' started by zarate, Apr 1, 2005.

  1. zarate

    zarate New Member

    Well, I unfortunately am unable to get a pick of him :(
    We got him in a little turnicate sort of thing and he doesn't have the balance as a normal baby, but he didn't have good balance before. He can get around fine, and his head is free and the cast only covers enough to fold his wings in their natural position. I think the curling of his wings is due to so much nesting material, and being crowded. the other baby has a slight curve to his tail, but his wings are fine. The other one, the bones are starting to form different than they are supposed to, they are curving upwards. I've been looking all over for an avian vet, the closest one I've found (my vet recommended him) is about 5 hours away. There has to be one closer...so I'm still checking into that. Thanks!
  2. charmedagain

    charmedagain New Member

    i would suggest if you plan on breeding the again your only give them enough nesting material to line the nest.
    Finch's will keep on building there nests the more material that is available.

    I really hope tis little one gets better you may find that it bonds with you and will rely on you to get around.


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