Shipping Begins Monday the 23rd

Anyone who has been waiting for our shipping weather to come around, it’s here! Right as I left for vacation it started warming up and right when I returned home it became chilly again, figures! After this week of 50s and rainy, Monday the 23rd will be 70+ and clear as Summer should be.

This means that I’ll be shipping Monday the 23rd, so expect some TWFA offspring at your door next week if you’ve been waiting for them. It’ll be very bittersweet to have an empty aviary again, just when I was starting to enjoy actually having a selection for visitors for once. Yes, I’m emptying the aviary again and sending all of my juveniles to their new homes! We are very blessed to have a constant supply of adopters who keep that aviary empty most of the time.

After a brief resting period of about 2 weeks which has already begun for some pairs, they’ll be back to breeding their 2nd clutches of the season. I’ve decided on a nest type for the Gouldian flock, which they will be introduced to within the next couple of weeks. I decided on the model from LG with the front porch and divided nest box. It’s the most spacious and private, though hanging them on the outside of the aviary will definitely be difficult!

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