Dealing With an Aggressive Finch

Finches are social birds, so they are often kept in mating pairs or multiple birds. Sometimes they do not get along as well as we hoped. This is a page about dealing with an aggressive finch.
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August 14, 2013

My female finch is always fighting with the male bird, she take out his feathers; it this normal? Please help.

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February 10, 20140 found this helpful

Ok from what my dad told me... yeah, he kept zebra finches (among other birds, a personal favorite would be a parrot called Showoff). He said not to worry unless it is habit. They can use their own feathers to make a nest if need be.

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December 20, 2019

Finches are popular as pets in part because they breed well in captivity. These pretty little birds will provide you with many joyful hours. There are lots of questions that arise from bird keepers.

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