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Dolf
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 07, 2007 7:58 am    Post subject:

Hi,


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I usually use for my birds some woodchips (usually used as a kind of litter for all pets, rabbits, etc), and recently I started using for my rosellas, "broken beech wood", 100% natural, dried and purified wood chippings.


About the nest materials I mentioned before, here are a couple of pics of what I've been using.

Steptoe, compared with those "wood turnings" you mention above, which one of these would be more suitable for kakarikis?

Thanks,

Dolf



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