• Jan 14, 2020

Japanese amadina (Lonchura domestica)

the Japanese amadina arrived in Europe in 1700 from China and Japan. Before throughout several centuries they were supported in quality of decorative birds.
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to the European scientists was not succeeded to find similar birds in the nature therefore they came to a conclusion that the Japanese amadina – artificially removed look.

Contents Japanese амадин in house conditions

Leaving and maintenance Japanese амадин

Japanese амадин it is simple to
to contain houses therefore they can become suitable pets even for the beginning fans.

of Steam of birds will feel quite comfortably in a cage which sizes of 50х35х35 cm. It is possible to lodge them and in the open-air cage, and in this case they perfectly get on with other birds – as look, and others.
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Feeding Japanese амадин

Japanese амадин feed with grain mix which part the millet (white, yellow, red) and a ribbon grass is. In addition, give germinated grain, vegetables and greens.

always has to be In a cage mineral fertilizing.
Japanese amadina of a photo Japanese amadina

Cultivation Japanese амадин

Males and females Japanese амадин do not differ on coloring. The only distinctive sign of males – the singing other than "call signs" of a female. When the male executes the aria, he sits on a pole vertically, having fluffed up plumelets on a paunch, and from time to time jumps up.

the Japanese amadina are capable to bring up not only own baby birds, but also representatives of close types: bronzovokryly, two-color, serebryanoklyuvy, zebroid, ostrokhvosty, korotkokhvosty, maskovy, rednecked, popugayny, ruddy-headed, diamond амадин, posing and амадин Gulda.
Cultivation Japanese Amadin
the Japanese amadina on a nest
is the Is best of all the Japanese amadina breed in the spring and in the summer when duration of light day is till 15 o'clock.

Nest the Japanese amadina in plywood lodges which size of 12х12х15 cm. In a lodge put a little Sena, also a little Sena is put on a cage floor that birds could build a nest if desired independently.

After 14 – 15 days of a dense nasizhivaniye hatch baby birds.
Baby Birds of the Japanese Amadina
Baby birds of the Japanese amadina
If everything goes well, in 23 – 27 days baby birds leave a nest, however parents of 10 - 15 more days feed up them.
Japanese Amadina
Japanese amadina
Information and a photo are provided by Marina Chukhmanova, the manufacturer амадин

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