How to make a nest to a parrot?
Fans of beautiful, bright, exotic parrots,very often they try to breed them at home. However, not everyone thinks how to make a nest to a parrot, so that a couple can calmly start breeding offspring. By their nature, these birds are schooled and therefore it is very difficult for them to start nesting in the absence of relatives.
If the house has several pairs of birds, thenThey probably start the chicks together. Since for them it is much more natural and customary. Therefore, cells with different pairs should be placed so that they can see each other and can "communicate". Birds themselves are not able to build a nest and, therefore, they will have to make it to man. It is best to install the nest in the summer, when the day is long, and the air temperature is optimal. Since at other times of the year it will be necessary to maintain lighting artificially up to 18 hours a day and a temperature of at least 21 degrees.
Simplify the task
In order to understand how to make a nestwavy parrot, it is enough to remember the birdhouse. In appearance, it fully corresponds to this design. So, it should be a box with a square bottom of 25 cm, and a height and depth of about 15 cm. The design may be larger, however, then it will take up too much space. However, in this case, the chicks can grow right there, and will not seek outward ahead of time. Thus, they will be more secure. Doing a house is better not from plywood, because it is too unreliable material.
For the nest should use a thin woodenboards, fit any. The house must be well treated with emery, and there should be no crevices at the joints. When deciding how to make a nest for a parrot, one thing should be considered. When a female falls into it, it must jump on a step, beyond which, the recess should be located. It is in it that she will lay her eggs. Need to fall asleep there sawdust. You can take them from any tree, except coniferous. There must also be a shell, it contains the calcium needed by the female. The house must be easy to open, so that it can be cleaned and disinfected from pests after the chicks come out of it.