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We recently found out that our two tiels are NOT both males. Surprise! They are under two yrs old and currently share a cage. It is not our intent to breed them. I have done some research on ways to discourage pairing, but alas I know nature always wins in the end. They really don’t like being separated so I am wondering if separate cages is really the only option. Looking for any ideas or guidance. Thanks!
 

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I have normal greys, whiteface, pearl pieds, creamface cinnamons, and pearls.
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There is no guarantee they would mate but to be on the safe side seperate cages are just about your only option. Besides, if there under two years of age, there too young to mate anyway. Now that doesn't mean you can't let them out to play but just keep an eye on them as they get older.
 
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