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i am 12 and i also found a egg.it will need a blanket or a heating pad. put the the pad on low or medium and turn every 2 hours for about 2 weeks and when it hatches teach it to fly by watching other birds of its type and try to place in a nest.to feed when born find worms and grind or blinderize ...

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Give the bird calcium pills so she doesn't keep eating her eggs.

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I would prefer to say "our chicks hatched".

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"nits" remain the same size until they hatch. You can remove them with a nit comb which you can pickup in a drugstore and possibly in a treatment kit.
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Tell your daughter how to avoid getting head lice. Follow these guidelines for keeping lice away: Stop sharing others’ things such as hairbrushes, combs, hats, towels, helmets, pillows, sleeping bags, hair accessories, etc. Always keep her hair clean. Consider getting a short haircut which is ...

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