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Quon
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 24, 2009 3:54 am    Post subject: Getting new kakarikis, tips on plan

Hey guys !

Some of you remember me as a few years back had some unfortunae events with the kaks ive had. Well luckily that passed off and i got some healthy kaks that i received from a friend for well over 2 years now yay


Anyways to the question. I was planning on putting in new friends for them seeing as they are all male. Now a local pet shop happens to have 2 green kaks (which they sure 1 is female, unsure about the other) and 1 yellow female kak

Question is, i have a aviary set to standard for Kaks, how should i get the new birds? I mean do i just put them in the same cage after redecorating inside or what? I have smaller cages in case they get sick for easier transport but im guessing those are out of the question if i want to make them know eachother
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pabloc
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 24, 2009 6:22 am    Post subject:

Hi Quon,

if you give us a guess of your aviary size or some pics we can probably help you better.
As far as I have experienced releasing new birds in a non-breeding aviary is usually trouble-free, at least in my case, but if you read old posts you can see some people had problems.
Currently I keep around 15 kikes in a flight 200x100x180, together with around 15 cockatiels.

I released recently 3 new kikes I got from another breeder and they get on well.

Regards / Pablo

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