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New Voices in the Aviary

Our chorus of begging babies has evolved into an aria of new songs in the aviary. Our fat little beggars have turned into some beautiful juveniles. I’m elated with the colors that are hopping out of the nests to greet me, and the begginings of male songs as they begin their independence. We have a couple of surprises like our Lightback BC hen (pictured to the left) who is a lovely Grey/Fawn color and our BB split Fawn hen who will be joining her clutch mates in their new homes soon.

Hand-tame Babies
We also have a pair of hand-raised Phaeo babies (Fawn Cheek BB) who are scheduled to go to wonderful and loving homes with their new adoptive hobbyist owners soon. It will be sad to see them go but I will know their new parents will enjoy their company & affection ~ and goofiness!

They were raised by hand in my R-Com Mini on Lafeber’s Nutristart formula, and as you can see are growing into chunky healthy babies.

Here is a video of our hand-raised pair from the TWFA Video Channel~ I just shot it today and you can watch the pair fly to my shoulder when called.
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