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Very carefully... :P

 

Well, simply put, The female bird unfans her tail, moves it to one side while the male climbs up onto her back or gets close to her. Their cloacas are pressed together and the sperm moves from the male to the female. This act is called a cloacal kiss...

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Pat yourself on the back for answering this Dan...:blink: :laugh: :laugh:

Karma for you Dan. ;)

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Or, if the bird is more like Schroeder, they will dry hump a pinata toy. This will lead to a small piece of pinata grass going up their vent, bloody poo and some interesting sighs at the vet...No you didn't just read that wrong.

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abula wrote:

nice dan true your a pro but whats the claoscas and why do they snogg then?

 

The cloacas is their vent, they "snogg" to make the babies.

 

No snogging, no fertilized Egg (no baby). :P

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SchroedersJen wrote:

Or, if the bird is more like Schroeder, they will dry hump a pinata toy. This will lead to a small piece of pinata grass going up their vent, bloody poo and some interesting sighs at the vet...No you didn't just read that wrong.

 

Hahahahahahahahha, OMG, wiping the tears from my eyes.

 

Thanks for the BIG morning laugh Jen!!!

 

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lol but so if my parrot gets snogged the eggs ger fetilse so wtf the male got sperm coming outa his mouth?

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Uh Er .......... :S

 

I'm not gonna get more descriptive.... Ask your parents B)

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Well actually, lets explain it more clearly and simply for Abula.

 

It's called Rubba Dub Dub

Get Cialis and jump in the tub

 

Special rubbies and special tubbies are needed for nestboxes. Get small size. Petsmart may carry them.<br><br>Post edited by: Dave007, at: 2009/07/17 22:17

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WOW INTERESTING THREAD...HAHAHA

It's funny how things that we know become funny when explained like this. . .

Well Of course I didn't know:

Or, if the bird is more like Schroeder, they will dry hump a pinata toy. This will lead to a small piece of pinata grass going up their vent, bloody poo and some interesting sighs at the vet

 

{Feel-good-0002006E}

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Are you trying to breed African Greys Abula? If so I would get a ton of books and do a ton of research because breeding Greys is very difficult and not for the average person to undertake.

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Guest jamalbirdbiz

i thugt thiz waz a family forum? :angry:

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Yes, it is a family forum, that is why we are being very delicate in our wording here as this question was asked by a 14 year old.....but guess what? It is a fact of life that birds mate, and learning how is showing what a good owner you are, as you try to learn as much as possible about them. Questions like this one is one that anyone remotely considering breeding can learn from. B)

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Guest jamalbirdbiz

1 x Marvin Grey fertilzed a chicken eggg that my son put in his cage and he sat with it 4 a loong x and then he broke it B4 it hatched, so B care full when u try it.

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jamalbirdbiz wrote:

1 x Marvin Grey fertilzed a chicken eggg that my son put in his cage and he sat with it 4 a loong x and then he broke it B4 it hatched, so B care full when u try it.

 

#1. That chicken egg was never going to hatch unless it had previously been fertilized by a chicken.

 

#2. Why would your son put a chicken egg in with your Grey?

 

#3. Why would you leave it there?

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Jamal, please read Dan's post again about how bird eggs are fertilised, and you will see Char is correct on the first point.

 

And abula, this is Wikipedia's description of a cloaca:

 

"a cloaca is the posterior opening that serves as the only such opening for the intestinal, reproductive and urinary tracts of certain animal species."

 

Basically what that is saying is that birds have only one opening at the back, that serves as a way for the bird to get rid of urine, feces and make babies. "Vent" is just another name for this opening.

 

And when Dan mentioned "snogging" I don't think he meant snogging like humans do, which usually means kissing. Snogging in this instance means mating.

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lol guys i dont want to breed grey but i wanted to kno to see if my grey is pregant or not coz when i got him he was in a big cage with other greys

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