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    Caring for lovebird chicks

    Finally my love birds have layed and hatched some chicks after 2 yrs......At the moment i have 3 pairs that have 1 or up to 5 chicks that have hatched.... they vary in sizes but assume they are only a week or two old. I am a first time mum, so am looking for advice on things i should be looking out for and what age its safe to seperate from the nesting box. I haven't intetfered yet, as i thought i would leave them to do their own thing until old enough to seperate. Thanks

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    Re: Caring for lovebird chicks

    I am sure one of the breeders here will help you out. Congrads on having babies. Lovie babies are such cute little fatheads
    Fly Free Boomer, we will forever love you.

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