|Tissue box with clean pine shavings, ready for a paper towel |
to lay over them creating an absorbent floor for the box.
|A closer view of the Gouldian babies' cage and box. |
Easy-to-eat food is present: spray millet, nestling food,
finch seed and a low bowl of water. Low perches too.
|Rosy Bourke baby cage above. They also have easy-to-eat|
foods present, as well as two sources of water. They're
beginning to nibble on the spray millet, but still require
supplemental feedings on a regular basis, now every 3-4 hours.