Tri-Colored Nun Finch

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All the Nuns are members of the Lonchura family – this includes Yellow-rumps, Pictorellas, and Chestnut-breasted from Australia, Spice finches, Bengalese, Silver-bills, Most texts refer to the White-headed Nun and Tri-coloured Nun as separate species and the Black-headed Nun as a subspecies of the Tri-coloured Nun. Do not house Black headed Nun, Silver headed Nun or the Tri coloured Nun in the same aviary as they may hybridize. Diet / Feeding: Click on "Feeding birds" web page for general details on the nutrition of Non Australian Finches or read on for specific details for this finch. The Silver headed Nun requires a good quality.

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All the Nuns are members of the Lonchura family – this includes Yellow-rumps, Pictorellas, and Chestnut-breasted from Australia, Spice finches, Bengalese, Silver-bills, Most texts refer to the White-headed Nun and Tri-coloured Nun as separate species and the Black-headed Nun as a subspecies of the Tri-coloured Nun. Housing. Black-headed nuns are high-energy animals, and need to be able to fly inside their cage to stay healthy. An appropriate cage is wider than it is tall to provide ample space for flying from perch to perch. Bar spacing should be no more than 1¼" apart to prevent the bird from getting caught between the wires. Nuns.


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