yeah like the ones rats and mice use... I used to have one for my cockateil... it had a ball baring in the end of it that he pushed with his beak....<br />
As for the egg... unless your breeding get rid of it as quick as possible... they get real attached to them,,,,

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We thought they were boys so this is very unexpected. The egg is definitely a live one :o)

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good luck with the new arrival....
I used to have 2 cockatiels Herchel and Layla....
Herchel was my favorite he loved to sit on my shoulder ETC...
and for a year or so he went through a phase where he even used to clip my toe nails with his beak... crazy...
and when he was done he would break away the jagged crescent shaped nail and crunch on it for like 10 minutes ...
Funny as all hell to watch and its crazy how it would send shivers up your spine every time LOL...
good little bird.......

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Had the exact same problem once.Australian birds a quite aggressive until they know who their master is.<br />
Solution :spray them with a male pheromone. most good pet stores have them.

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Good idea, but will it interfere with breeding ? I like the idea of more little chickies :o)

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Give her an unshelled peanut, and be quick about it when she's chowing down. Give her another when you replace the water dispenser. Wait, are they the birds that eat peanuts?

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I'm not sure. I know they like cornflakes. I will try distracting them, though. Thanks for that. Wish me luck :o)

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I just checked DON'T give her peanuts! Unsalted popcorn is ok. I'm trying to think of things that will keep her busy for awhile.

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hose

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Nice idea, but it's a tube feeder (enclosed at the top)

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send the feesh in ? :)

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Install a sprinkler system.

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No, that would lead to more biting :o(

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