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shazzjon
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 6:38 am    Post subject: Natural Perches to use

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Hi, After my last posting last week, and the discussion on losing my beloved Kak, Kiko, I have found a breeder and purchased my new Kaka today. This time its a male and i cant wait to start looking after him.
I would like a bit of advise if possible please. I need to know what type of natural branches i can use, Being in England we have alot of trees but not sure what i can use.
We have a fully grown Walnut tree in our garden can i use a branch from that.
many thanks
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 8:32 am    Post subject:

It realy depends on how big the cage is and how big the walnut branch is. Crying or Very sad
Sry Kiwi Humour yes wanut is fine, tend to use dead /dry branches even partly rotted and dried, gives the birds something to chew into.
And around 3/4" up in diam.

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