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barn owls

Discussion in 'Bird Chat' started by jason1234, Nov 7, 2012.


  1. jason1234

    jason1234 PetForums Newbie

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    any 1 online who owns barn owls plz need some advice
     
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    hawksport Banned

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    What do you want to know
     
  3. jason1234

    jason1234 PetForums Newbie

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    hi wot is i got a 14 month old male and ive put a 4 month old female in with him today and they dont seem to be getting on there nopt fighting as such but he jumps at her every now and again is this normal
     
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    Usually it's the female that can be aggressive to the male. He is sexually mature now while she is still a baby. I would keep them separated for the time being and let her grow up a bit more. If you're thinking of breeding the market is already flooded with barn owls
     
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