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I have zebra finches that have babies in the

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I have zebra finches that have babies in the nest. Today I separated the older previous babies into another cage and moved mom and dad and babies in nest into a new cage. Now mom and dad won't go in the nest to take care of babies. They haven't been in there all day. Should I wait until morning to see if they are going to care for babies? Or do I need to intervene now ... since I have truly upset their world/ :-(???
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Category: Bird
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