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Moving a Zebra Finch Nest

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When you have baby birds or a brooding couple be sure to wait to move them until the babies are out of the nest. This is a guide about moving zebra finch nests.
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April 19, 20150 found this helpful

I bought a large aviary for my zebra finches. I have one couple with babies that are close to 2 weeks old and another couple that are sitting on eggs. Can I move these couples to their new aviary, they are in smaller cages right now, or should I wait until babies are out of the nest?

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April 19, 20151 found this helpful
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Definitely wait. If you move them now, the parents may freak out and stop caring for them.

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July 6, 20130 found this helpful

I have 2 finches and she has laid a clutch of 7. I was not expecting this and this clutch was laid in a very small hut. I (have) want to put the babies and eggs (whole nest) in a bigger hut (house). Should I not touch the nest? If I do will she not feed them and not hatch the remaining eggs? What will happen if I change this?

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