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New Blog Article:My Bird Laid an Egg - Help!

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#1 Shelly


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Posted 22 June 2007 - 08:53 AM

I've received several questions about egg laying recently, and this is definitely the season for it. Not all female Quakers lay eggs, but some do. Most owners are usually surprised when their single bird lays an egg, and many are often concerned by it and wonder what they should do.

A while back I wrote an article that discusses egg laying in parrots. It focuses more on chronic egg laying, but the advice in the article is still appropriate and helpful even if your Quaker only lays one or two eggs. If your pet Quaker has suddenly produced an egg and you're wondering what to do, this article on egg laying in parrots should help.