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 Parrot Nursery 2014!!

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I am blown away that I have kept them for 8 years now. Time flies!!!!!

December 30, 2014 Raising babies has been such a blessing in our lives. The Lord has brought very special buyers to us. Our 2 Christmas babies went home, one to Las Vegas and one to Minnesota. The updates from the new families brings us joy! Flight suits remain a challenge for many people. We start all of our babies wearing them, but they take a while to get used to them and each person has to keep trying to make it work. The baby bird is not going to be happy about it at first. Sounds like Kris is doing well with getting the suit on and off of Zazu!

Good Morning Beth and family!
We really enjoyed our time talking with you when we came and picked up our bird.  We hope you had a blessed Christmas.
After days of contemplating and not coming to a concensus, we finally named our newest addition Zazu.  He is doing very well!  My AZ family fell in love with him!  He is such a good bird!  He is finding his voice too (for better or for worse!).  His flight back up to Minnesota last night went incredibly smooth.  That bird harness was such a blessing in the airport!  I am getting quite proficient at ‘dressing’ & undressing him. 
I am about to head out into our –1 degree temp to find ingredients for his mash and pick up other supplies.  Since nothing is really ‘in season’ here other than cold & snow, I will see what is ‘in season’ at the grocery store! :-)
What is in his seed mix so I can make sure we are getting good stuff?
I am sure that once we get the hang of this mash and feeding thing, it will all be old hat. But until then, I hope you don’t mind if we ask you a lot of questions! :-)
Thanks again!  I’ll send pictures when we get more settled.
God’s blessings to you all!
Kris H.
Love the name!!!  I am so proud of you all to be using the flight suit!!! 
 
The seed is a deluxe small hook bill mixed with Zupreem pellet. You can pretty much go to any store and buy their deluxe small hookbill and do fine. I would look for a good brand name. Sounds like everything in season is frozen in your neck of the woods!
 
Blessings,
Beth

Hi Beth,Should I do mash for her in addition to her food of fruits, veggies, seeds, millet, etc?  She's doing great!! She's such a sweetheart. She sleeps on my bedside table wrapped up in a warm towel because she seems to like burrowing in something instead of just standing to sleep. She makes the cutesy noises, I just hope they are happy noises. She also makes then when she's hungry and I know to feed her, but then also does them as I'm walking around with her on my shoulder or when I'm petting her.

The “mash” is what I call my mix of veggies, sprouts, grains, fruits....but do always have seeds, pellets and millet available to her. When she gets settled in, you can omit the millet on a daily basis.

 

Blessings,

Beth

 

 

 

 

December 27, 2014 The Christmas babies are in their new homes, but I hear our pairs breeding. Hopefully, we will have new eggs laid soon.

 

 

December 12, 2014 We have really enjoyed these babies!!

 

November 30, 2014 For the first time ever, we have Crimson Bellied Conures in the winter. Our aviaries were moved in October and that may have been what caused a pair to lay eggs, but we were shocked to find 2 fertile eggs. The babies will be ready in mid-December and are available.

 

July 29, 2014 We are down to our last 2 babies of the season! All the other babies are in their new homes. Here are videos of these 2 last babies that are for sale.

July 8, 2014 All the babies are growing so fast! They are about 2 weeks away from going to their new homes.

Band 358

    

Band 359

    

Hello Beth, 
Hope you guys are doing well. Thank you for the test results..  that came just in time.. 
We named her Wendy :) (as in Peter Pan's) our own Wendy bird :)
So, I am happy to report that Wendy goes poop on the toilet when I take her there saying "go potty" .. ..I take her first thing when I first take her out of her cage in the morning and each time I think she is about to poop. She is still not so steady on her feet and on my finger she didn't have enough hold/grip, so I am using a sandy perch to hold her over the toilet with, and it works like a charm. 
Now, I have the challenge on making sure she doesn't poop on my furniture or me.. I am not always fast enough to get to her when she starts to back up... How can I teach her not to poop on furniture ?
She is eating well.. Likes Corn, Peas but not carrots  She is also not into fruit other than apples (I tried Strawberries, raspberries, peaches, mango, plum, grapes green and red) 
This next to her seed mixes and the soak and mix foods I put in front of her. 
I weighted her and she was 61gr for the last 3 days. (so no weight loss ;) 
Wendy does not bite, and has been on me almost the whole time... if not that, she is on her play gym outside her cage, or perching in the kitchen. Sherlock is tolerating her so thats good news (no screaming or attacking from his side)
Oh, and its the cutest thing..  at night, I peaked under the cover to check on her, only to see her on her back, legs up in the air lol laying on top of the tiny hut like a mattress.. (I put the hut on the floor for her to crawl into incase she gets scared .. its super small so she literally makes a little Wendy burrito with her tail sticking out when she goes in there) 
Hope you liked the pictures I send you..  do you like the setup? And did you spot Sherlock and Wendy ? one on each side of the couch. Wendy is a delight, never bites, cuddly..  it really was love at first site. She jumped right on my hand. No shyness.. I love her so much already.. she is perfection. I could not have wished for a better baby. 
Best wishes,
Beatrix

 

Band 360 flew to Baton Rouge for Rylee's birthday! Click here to see video.

    

Band 361 She went home with a very sweet couple from Tucson!

    

Band 362 went to a Santa Barbaran who is delighted with her!

    

The little baby got here just great! Eating, drinking and such a love bug!!! Thanks so much, I'm so happy :)
I'll update you so soon!
She devoured her mash today. I'm so thrilled!

Sarah P

 

 

July 4, 2014  The previous 6 babies are almost all home with their new families. We are on our final 4 of the season, and they are so entertaining! Click here to meet them.

June 26, 2014The last clutch of the season is inside with us being handfed. There are 4 babies available from Rhett and Scarlett.

June 13 Click here to meet Rio!!! Rio is a year old and was handfed by us!

June 7  VIDEO Click here to see the babies in a feeding frenzy before they eat. These are their baby begging noises that are so sweet when they are begging. This insistent chirp goes away as they wean, but they all are begging for handfeeding formula in the early morning hours.

June 2 My kitchen is in chaos as the babies have learned to fly. Commotion equals fun though!!!

Band 353

Band 354  Would you believe that this baby went as far north as one can go to live with a lady in Barrow, AK??

We got up to 50 degrees yesterday right now Sophie crawled in my shirt and is contentedly making the little beak grinding noises. I am able to get the flight suit on and off too without too much difficultly. It's a pleasure to have her in my life : )

 

Band 355 Went home with Jennifer from Tucson.

 

Band 356

 This lil boy went to Kristine in Tucson who said he got very nippy with her. I emailed her multiple times and offered to trade her a baby from my current clutch for him and that we would retrain him. I did not hear back from her. I so wish she would have let me help her and him.

Band 357. She flew all the way to Wisconsin! Click here to see what a doll band 357 is. He falls asleep while enjoying a neck rub!

Hi Beth~
Things are going very well.  
My vet and her assistant LOVED Roxy!!  Her weight was great and they thought she looked
adorable and well socialized.  
Thank you for raising such a wonderful little bird!
Kay
 

 

Band 358

Click here to see the babies after breakfast time. You can see how young band 358 is in this video taken on <ay 25, 2014This tiny girl went to a couple who bought a Green cheek from us 5 years ago! So excited about the home she gets!

May 11, 2014 All the previous babies have gone onto their new homes and we are bringing in new little cuties. These 4 are reserved, but there are 2 more babies in the nest box that are not. These are Crimson Bellied Conures. As many of you know, parrots will sometimes go and kill their babies if they feel threatened while in the nest box. We just had new air conditioning put on our home and due to the crane in the sky, I picked these babies up a bit early to make sure that mom and dad did not hurt them. They are changing quickly!!!  As families have sent us emails describing how their babies adjusted to their new homes, I went in down below on this journal and added those emails. In our short break from the bird babies, the horses kept us hopping. We had 3 horse babies born here at the Ranch. Praising God for them! Here is a very clear video of one of the miraculous births! And, here is another!

I also am fortunate to get fun emails from baby bird buyers from years gone by. This is Band 330, named Abu who belongs to Teri.

 

April 1, 2014 Olivia's bird flew home to her in CA today! On Thursday, Amy gets her baby! Very excited for these 2 families who have waited a long time. We are feeding 2 more young Crimsons and 3 Yellow Sideds. Two of the Yellow Sided Green cheeks are available. One is band 351 and can be seen in this video. It was taken today while my oldest taught piano and I was teaching Algebra 2. Jess had the younger siblings of the piano students and was playing with birds. Click here to meet 351.  I also videotaped the babies eating their mash. Click here to hear their sweet noises.

March 25, 2014 The Crimsons are in their new homes. It is interesting on the feedback on them. All of them are doing well and are thoroughly loved, but some of the families say that their babies are devouring the mash and some say that their baby is not eating much of the mash but wants to eat specifics out of it and the seed. Via individual emails, I have helped with diet, one baby went through a nippy stage and flight suit questions. All in all, I think these 4 babies got themselves great homes and I am thanking our Lord! Of the 4, only one stayed here in AZ. The other 3 all flew on airplanes to their new families.

We now are feeding 2 more Crimson babies that will go to Tristan and Katie. We are also feeding 3 yellow sideds, and only one of these is reserved. Here are pictures of all the babies from today!

Band 345

Going to Nicole

Hello Beth,
   I hope all is well with you and your family. We are doing great Jude (345) is wonderful. She is doing great and we are figuring out each other well. Flite suite is going a lot better now woo hoo!
  I have a quick question for you. The kids and  have a cold sore throat, sneezing, and runny nose kind of cold. I have read a thousand different comments on weather Jude can get it from us or not. Some people say yes, some people say no way. I'm confused and don't want her to get sick. But I also don't want her to feel unloved lol. I figured with your years of knowledge you will know about this and be the best answer.

 
Thank you so much for your time again,
Nicole Jude's mommy
Band 346 (for Amy in Ohio)

Cuzco came to work one day with me last week and had a blast meeting new people and playing with their glasses and hair. He wore his flight suit and got to explore the greenhouse with me.
He's learned to turn in a circle and to wave his foot now! Very smart little guy and so eager to learn. It took him only about two days to learn to wave. I'm teaching him to raise his wings on command next. He loves to sit on the PVC/sisal rope stand I built for him, and we're also working on teaching him to go there to poop.

He no longer squawks at bedtime and he's even quiet in the mornings! I'd been prepared to never sleep in again, but he really only rarely makes loud sounds. He still just loves to bathe and get himself totally soaked. He's a feisty little thing, so full of personality. He's been such a pleasure. Thank you again so much!!

~Amy

Band 347

For Olivia

Hi Beth,
Pippin is doing great! He has brought so much joy and cuteness to the house. I have a few questions though. Firstly he is very quiet I know GCCs are quiet but they are still conures shouldn't he be a little louder. He loves being out but has not played with his toys at all did he have any particular favorite I could try? Lastly he eats his mash like a champ but has not touched his pellets his poo has gotten really watery. I know they are the right kind what should I do to get him to start eating them? Lastly, he hates his flight suit (as was expected) what can I do to make the time he spends in it more fun, so that he will grow to like being in it. Thank you for all your help I has been a wonderful experience getting Pippin from you guys.
Olivia
Band 348 Flew to MN to be with Gretchen

Hello Beth! 
 
Minka is doing awesome! Play play play eat eat eat talk talk talk. 
I love her and so does my female green cheek Winnie. I do let them together for bits of time but it is clear to me that Winnie thinks this is her baby.... I have them in separate cages but they can still see each other. I know I want baby to bond with me.

 
Thank-you for such a healthy well socialised baby!
Gretchen
Band 349

For Katie!

 

Band 350 went home with Melanie

 

 

Band 351 Flew to WV to be with Hope

 

 

 

Band 352

Good Morning, Beth!
 
Thank you for having us to your warm, welcoming beautiful home yesterday. We enjoyed meeting with you, your family, and your amazing animals. Happy Easter! Pickles had a very quiet ride home and was eager to play when we arrived. All of us enjoyed him and his antics and he tired soon as he began to slowly rock  back and forth with closing eyes. He slept well while we had a ball making "parrot mash" which he is enjoying as we speak for his  breakfast. God bless!

 
Mary and family

 

March 16, 2014 All of the first clutch of Crimson Bellied conures are in their new homes. If you all have questions, please email me or call me and ask. I did make a new video with some tips for you. I also want to stress that the babies are needy of you. YOU are their flock. But they also need time in their cage and time alone. They need to have time to eat. I feed the mash on the bottom of the cage on a piece of paper and they all love it. Try to feed in the same way that I do at first until your baby settles in.  Make sure you have corn, fruits, peas and they love the sprouts too. Here is the video.

March 4, 2014 One of our baby buyers asked what I meant when I said to use adding machine paper as a toy, so I showed it in this video for you all. Band 343 was found hanging from the pull cord on our kitchen fan tonight. Babies are very busy right now!!

 

Nestbox update!! There are 5 babies doing well in there. Thank you for praying for their safety!

Below is an update on band 343 who flew to OR!!

Hi Beth, I was on your website and noticed Phee (now short for Phoenix), hanging from the pull-chain on your fan.  I laughed out loud  as this really fits her personality!  She is really quite a little princess and a little character.  She is just downright noisy when we put her in the sleeping cage at night.  If the light is turned on in there, she will go nuts!  She has to get her 12 hours of sleep at night!  We know when she is ready to go to bed as she gets really antsy and just won't settle down.  She can't get into that little crate fast enough and tries to run and fly in! 
 

She is also the princess with food.  I have to sit with her in the morning for about an hour while she eats her quinoa, brown rice and lentil mix.  I hold her little glass dish while she eats...it's pretty funny.   She will nibble on a few pellets in the morning but doesn't relish them.  At noon, she gets her corn, peas, carrots, orange and bean mix.  Phee has been very demanding with me being present with food.  She cries like a baby and just won't eat if I don't sit with her in the morning.  We do give her safflower in the evening.  I will continue to offer her more types of food but she is very resistant to trying new things.  I will get watermelon and grapes this week and offer them to her.  She doesn't like yams, kale, apples, strawberries or most fruit.  I made a smoothie in my Vitamix yesterday and she tried it.  It had purple kale in it and several types of fruit.  She also won't eat any other seed than safflower.  I bet her food preferences will change over time.  Berries are huge in our state in the summer, so I am hoping she will learn to like them. 
 

Phee is also a little love-bug and loves having her head rubbed by her ears and under her beak.  She puffs up and gives little baby sounds.  The areas under the wings are off limit though but I continue to touch here and everywhere.  The potty-training is going so well!  I tell her to "go poop" on a newspaper and she goes almost every time.  I then praise her, pet her and she just loves it.  I am not sure if I will even go back to the flight suit as this is going so well. 

Just thought you would enjoy an update.  We do love our little Phoenix!

Have a wonderful weekend, Kristin

 

 

March 3, 2014 Baby season makes for a very fun kitchen!! The babies are sweet and flying all over. Here is a video with just a taste of what a day in our home is like. Jessie hurt her ankle badly when we went hiking this evening. Click here to see the video.

February 23, 2014 It is the last day of the Scottsdale Arabian Show. Jess and I stayed home from church to take care of babies and to bottle feed a Papillon puppy. After the afternoon feeding, I caught Jessie watching the Arab show on my ipad while cuddling 7 babies at the same time.  As you can see, there are flight suits on some of them. The green cheeks are not yet ready to wear them. I wait until the pin feathers have come in before we start. The 2 older Crimson are flying. They are all four in suits. The Green cheeks are in Jess's hands.

 

 

 

February 18 We try to keep our families updated with pictures as their babies grow. I can only put so many on my site, but they get emails of the babies as they mature. Love their smiling faces in this group shot!

 

February 14, 2014 The babies are getting on flight suits already!! Growing up so fast! Click here to see. And, all of the Yellow Sideds are inside now! 

Meet the smiling face of Band 345!

February 9 How quickly the babies grow!! I shared more pictures already via my emails to our buying families, but it is nice to get at least one of each baby up here!  This clutch is all reserved, but we have many more eggs in the nest box.

Band 341 This baby flew to her new home in TX and is named Kingston

XD got him!
Hes absolutely so adorable!!!!
We love him hes been snuggling up to us since we got him.
He water spilt in his carrier so he was a little chilled.
But we're at the vet right now getting a wellness check and a fecal test.
Do i send anything to you for the vet visit? Proof of checkup or anything?
Thank you beth! We love our little kingston!
 

Band 342 "Rosie" flew to Utah where she lives in a home that previously owned a Crimson. They are doing well with her and already sent me a video of her in their home!!

Got the flight suit today along with the lanyard thank you. I'm thinking that you fed all of your birds at once. Whenever we feed Rosie she squawks like she's wanting the other birds to join her. also she is semi potty trained she doesn't mess in  her little nite nest and backs up when she gets ready to go-- we praise her I think it won't be long before she is potty trained.    She is such a sweet little bird.  When she gets tired she just crawled into her little nest and goes to sleep and we let her sleep all night long and don't wake her up to early in the morning.                 Best regards, Roy and Linda W

I started to write then Rosy had other ideas.  Anyway, the first few days when I would put her mash out she would swalk like she was expecting other birds to come join her.  Now she is getting more relaxed and eats until she is done.  Or you think she is done but she just wants to clean her beek.   Then back she goes.  At night I know when she is tired, she climbs into her little pineapple shape hut, curls up and soon she is asleep.  I was thinking I would have to cover her, but we just turn off the lights and she is just fine.  As for her fruit, she like that too but she can make a mess if she doesn't like the taste.  I don 't have time to get bored, and Roy is as crazy about her as I am.  We are so happy to have her....Love Linda

Band 343 flew to OR  and is named "Phoenix!"

Hi Beth, I was on your website and noticed Phee (now short for Phoenix), hanging from the pull-chain on your fan.  I laughed out loud  as this really fits her personality!  She is really quite a little princess and a little character.  She is just downright noisy when we put her in the sleeping cage at night.  If the light is turned on in there, she will go nuts!  She has to get her 12 hours of sleep at night!  We know when she is ready to go to bed as she gets really antsy and just won't settle down.  She can't get into that little crate fast enough and tries to run and fly in! 

 
She is also the princess with food.  I have to sit with her in the morning for about an hour while she eats her quinoa, brown rice and lentil mix.  I hold her little glass dish while she eats...it's pretty funny.   She will nibble on a few pellets in the morning but doesn't relish them.  At noon, she gets her corn, peas, carrots, orange and bean mix.  Phee has been very demanding with me being present with food.  She cries like a baby and just won't eat if I don't sit with her in the morning.  We do give her safflower in the evening.  I will continue to offer her more types of food but she is very resistant to trying new things.  I will get watermelon and grapes this week and offer them to her.  She doesn't like yams, kale, apples, strawberries or most fruit.  I made a smoothie in my Vitamix yesterday and she tried it.  It had purple kale in it and several types of fruit.  She also won't eat any other seed than safflower.  I bet her food preferences will change over time.  Berries are huge in our state in the summer, so I am hoping she will learn to like them. 

 
Phee is also a little love-bug and loves having her head rubbed by her ears and under her beak.  She puffs up and gives little baby sounds.  The areas under the wings are off limit though but I continue to touch here and everywhere.  The potty-training is going so well!  I tell her to "go poop" on a newspaper and she goes almost every time.  I then praise her, pet her and she just loves it.  I am not sure if I will even go back to the flight suit as this is going so well. 
Just thought you would enjoy an update.  We do love our little Phoenix!
Have a wonderful weekend,
Kristin

 

 
Band 344

 

February 1,2014 January ended with our brooder once again housing new babies!  I believe in leaving the babies with the parents as long as possible so they get good nutrition and the comforts of their nest box. What I mean by this is that it is as close to how God designed it as possible and it is thus good....When babies leave the dark nest box and come into our brightly lit homes, it can shock their systems. The lights are on, the heat is electrically generated, the sounds are different, the beak is now a syringe, the food is formula instead of parent prepared regurgitations.....guess you have the idea. This stress can make black markings on the wings that are called "stress bars". Feathers tell you a lot about the health of your baby. Thus, I delay this process, but not so long that the baby is unable to adapt to the changes. Over the years, I have found baby green cheeks need to come in sooner than baby crimson bellieds. Baby green cheeks do not like the beak being replaced by a syringe and clamp their little beaks shut if we wait too long to bring them in. The babies start in a nest box, are transferred inside to our brooder and then they graduate to cages as their feathers mature enough to keep them warm. Watching them develop is a blessing. We see them struggle and learn just like watching puppies. For example, their first attempts at perching usually ends up with them rolled over underneath it. Our family has had lots of laughs watching the babies. Low perches in the start are a good idea. Babies are also used to looking UP for food. First they are begging from mom and dad and then from our syringes. One of their first challenges is looking down into a dish for food. Enough rambling, but here are the baby pictures with them smiling big!! I send out more pictures to the future families of our babies on our email list, but I can only put so much on the website due to bandwidth limitations, but I love sharing the beauty from our Lord.

 

Band 341

Band 342

 

January 31, 2014 Many people ask me what we do when we don't have baby birds? We are busy with our church, music and other animals. We have about 15 horses and a neat group of dogs. The horses are all Miniatures and the dogs range from mutts, but we do breed Labrador Retrievers and Papillons. Our other website is www.IAMRanch.com. We drive the Miniature horses and show them. God has been so good to us!

January 29 We have the best families buy our babies, and I am so thankful for them. They ask many questions which shows their desire to be the best parronts  around! I just went through and discovered that we have been keeping nursery journals for many years now than I imagined. I used to break up the journal pages by species, but we have cut back on the number of babies we raise and I put them all on one page now. It is fun looking through our pages and remembering the great families we have met. In these nursery journal are updates from many of the families. I heard from Stephanie at Christmas this year, and she sent me a great picture of her Yellow Sided! She bought her "Orion" in 2009 and we still get updates every now and then. Here is Orion celebrating Christmas 2013! Isn't he adorable??

January 27 The brooder is out of storage, it has been cleaned for the new babies and we are ready to bring them in. We think that there are fertile eggs under Rhett and Scarlett, the parent Crimsons. We do have to be careful when candling them that we do not worry or anger the parents. So, we take a quick look and move on. Out of these 5 babies, 4 are reserved. (Kristin, Roy, Haley, Marcia). We also have eggs under Tyler and Millie and our pair named Zane and Sadie. Both of these pairs have had successful clutches in the past, but both have also failed. So, it is tentatively that I mention these babies. 

We have 3 Yellow Sided green cheek babies under Zumo and Kaida. An additional pair, Emmy and Augie, have eggs under them. All of these babies will be Yellow Sideds.

Thus, if you are wanting a Pamperedpeeps conure, it is looking like there will be available babies! The beginning of hand feeding season is always exciting to us. The season usually ends for us during the summer and during the winter and fall, our brooders are empty. We are ready for the fun to begin!!

January 14  Greetings! We have Crimson Bellied Conures hatching in the nest boxes. One family wanted pictures of the babies, and here was my response to them.

I know how excited you all are, but you are going to have to be patient for almost 3 weeks. We leave the Crimson Bellied babies with their parents until they are about 21 days old. The reason we do this is to give them optimum health. Even the best breeder with the most nutritious hand feeding food cannot begin to compare to the job that mom and dad can do for the babies. They always end up lower in weight if they are picked up from day one of hatching. Parent parrots are very protective and will kill their babies if they feel threatened. You will see similar behavior in wolves who will kill and eat their cubs if they feel threatened. I promise we will get pictures, but the fun does not start yet.
I also got a picture of a cage from another buyer. She is excited to have it all set up and waiting on her new baby. Here it is. Some comments for her and for you all who are cage hunting. Especially with Crimson Bellied conures, you will want a cage such as this with bars that are powder coated. If you get a cockatiel cage that has more wire-like bars, you will have big problems keeping the tail of your Conure in shape. Crimsons tend to hold onto the vertical bars on the sides of their cages. Their tail rests on the bars and rubs. The tail will look beat up if the bars are not thicker and powder coated. I love the seed guard that is on this cage in the picture. See those nice clean walls? They will soon be splattered without protection. I measure the sides, go to Lowes and have them cut plexi glass the size I need. I use those bigger paper clip clamps and attach them with that. This protects my walls. I also use it to help keep my floor clean. On Emma's cage, I took out the tray on top and replaced it with plexiglass to make the interior of the cage lighter. (Emma is my CAG).  I prefer bars that are about 5/8" spaced. When I first started into birds, I was shocked by cages that were bursting with toys. But, mine all look like that now. From watching our birds, I think they regard their toys as branches in the forest that they can peer through and feel safe and camouflaged while within them. One caution is not to use toys with strings or threads. I do not use happy huts because of this. I can't tell you how many people's pet die when tangled up in strings from toys in their cages. I do believe that rotating toys around is good for your pet and discourages nesting behavior and territoriality.

 

 

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