Now that the young have fledged, will the parents lay eggs again and raise a second brood of babies?A Bird's Home
No, martins usually raise only one brood of young per year. However, should a pair lose their first clutch of eggs for some reason, some times they will lay a second clutch if it's early enough in the year, but this is only under unusual circumstances.
Frequently Asked Questions
A typical hen will start to lay eggs at about 6 months of age. The eggs will start out small, then get increasingly larger. During the first year of laying, the hen (if she is a good egg producer) will lay one egg, almost every day. The birds will then go through a "molt" in the late fall/ winter months and stop laying. Then they will start again in the early spring. You can encourage egg laying through the colder months by keeping a light on, inside the chicken coop.
Snail & Slug Frequently Asked Questions [Pet Snails]
One species called Achatina iradelei gives birth to live young. However, in actual fact, the babies are born from eggs but these are incubated inside the snail.
Head Lice FAQ - ENT/rsc-8
A female head louse produces about four eggs per day and a total of about 88 eggs during her lifetime.
Barbados Sea Turtle Project
A female hawksbill turtle lays an average of 4 clutches of eggs each breeding season. These turtles do not breed every year, rather every 2-4 years. Each clutch of eggs contains an average of 150 eggs which are laid during a 15-25 minute period.
Channel Islands Live - Eagle FAQ's
Yes. Eaglets will generally remain in their parents' territory for about a month before starting to explore on their own. Feedings should take place at the nest and anywhere else the eaglet can get the adults to drop him food.
Health and Safety, Birth to 2 Years, SVCMC; New York NY
Children age 2 and younger are not yet able to understand and recognize many dangers that threaten their physical safety. Parents must take measures to keep babies and young children safe from everyday hazards both inside and outside of the home. Also, infants and young children are continually exposed to a variety of germs. Children age 2 and younger have immature immune systems, which makes them vulnerable to bacterial and viral infections.
Mountain Lion Foundation
Females usually breed at 2.5 years and commonly have 2 or 3 kittens (or cubs). Newborn kittens weigh about one pound, measure about a foot in length and have dark spots on their coats. Within 8 to 12 months these spots will fade. The kittens are weaned at 2 months and are soon accompanying their mother around the home area. The mother raises her young alone and trains them how to hunt. The kittens stay with her from 18 to 24 months, then disperse to find their own home areas.
Dr. Foster's Essentials
Of course they can take herbs! Simply decrease the dose depending on the child's weight. Each herbal order comes with a mathematical formula to calculate the dose depending on a child's weight. The Turkey Rhubarb Formula is usually too strong for children. The Colon Cleanse Syrup is mild and specifically designed for children. If a child or infant has a severe health issue, it is better to take herbs than not to try.
Fish and Wildlife Research Institute
The nesting season in Wood Buffalo National Park begins in late April or early May. In central Florida it begins in January and extends through May.
Depending on species, they may lay clutches containing on average 50-160+ eggs, and may lay more than one clutch in a season. Flatback turtles (endemic to Australian waters) lay the smallest clutches (approximately 50 eggs per clutch). Hawksbill turtles lay the largest clutches, which may contain over 200 eggs!
The female lays eggs 24-36 hours after her first blood meal. Fleas lay up to 50 eggs a day, which is equal to their body weight. They can lay this many eggs because they suck up 15 times their body weight in blood daily. This blood lust can continue for 3 months.
Head lice and hair lice
No because some of the lice are male and some female lice will be unfertilized meaning they won't lay any eggs. When parents find large adult lice, they always think they're in for a battle. But when nothing further happens, they realize that what they found was a male louse or a female louse that's unfertilized. Large-sized adult lice don't just appear by magic.
FAQ - Kentucky Children's Hospital - UK HealthCare
Young parents have special needs. The UK Young Parents Program was created to meet the needs of young parents with children. The young mother and her child can receive care during the same appointment. The following services are provided: Patients who cannot obtain an appointment during the regular hours of the UK Young Parents Program can be seen in UK Pediatrics. Appointments for the UK Department of Pediatrics Young Parents Program are available on Tuesdays 8:45 to 11 a.m.
Lady Gouldian Finch .com - Frequently Asked Questions
Babies fledge from the nest at 21 days. They are normally eating on their own 7 days later. Providing millet spray, soaked seed and sprouted seed will encourage them to try eating on their own. Watch them closely and when you are sure they are eating on their own and not begging for food, you can place them in their own cage. See Breeding article 2. Hang in there. You can do this. Go to the article on abandoned babies.
This will vary depending on the parents. We will usually separate the babies from the parents at fourteen days. If the parents have more than two babies we will leave only two with the parents and bottle feed the others from day one. If someone is going to use the baby as a breeder we will leave it with the parents and not handle it at all. This will teach the babies how to care for babies.
Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Ad...
The only time that we will hand-rear a monkey or bird is if the mother is unable to do so herself. Otherwise, we leave the childcare to the mother because they know best. Monkeyland is situated ± 20 minutes outside Plettenberg Bay just off the N2. It is ±6 hours from Cape Town, 2 hrs 30 min from George, 45 min from Knysna and about 1 hour 30 min from Jeffrey's Bay. The closest airport is Plettenberg Bay, though there is a restricted service flying into this small airport.
Frogs Australia Network - Frequently Asked Questions
Two, Rheobatrachus vitellinus and Rheobatrachus silus. Australia was the only place on Earth known to have frogs that swallow their eggs and brood them in their stomaches, known as ‘Gastric Brooding Frogs’– neither of these species have been seen since the early 1980's.
no interactions, side effects or toxicity, homeopathy, herba...
For the same reason as above, no toxicity, Spagyric medicine is especially recommended for children ? and is also especially effective: children are much more receptive to energetic therapies than adults polluted by unhealthy life-styles; results are generally also obtained much quicker. Many combinations deal with issues for which traditional medicine does not offer satisfying solutions: emotional problems related to school, parents divorcing, hyperactive or indigo children for example.