Think of it a bit like this... throw a couple young teenagers/ people together on a island... or rats, or sheep....what would one expect to be the most likely out come?
Once they start is it hard to stop....generally means separating them...
If dont have a nesting box kakariki are quite adaptable if serious about going to nest
What size flight? how many nesting boxes? do u have holding flight for the offspring? _________________ My Spelling is Not Incorrect...It's 'Creative'
When they are ready.
They are animals, influence by weather , climate, environment, food supply not machines.
And just because the male may feed the female and even copulate, doesn't mean they will lay eggs, and even then that they are fertile and hatch. _________________ My Spelling is Not Incorrect...It's 'Creative'
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