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Swallow Runs Away and its Causes

Swallow runs away and its causes

Where is the swallow? Did it escape to another building or just move to another finboard?

As we understand, swallows that enter a new building go through the stages of the adaptation process. This adaptation process can be fast or slow, apart from depending on the mentality of the bird, the internal condition of the building is very decisive.

What I mean depends on the bird's mentality, that is, there are swallows whose mentality is brave, there are also swallows whose mentality is cowardly. A cowardly swallow requires a longer adaptation process to inhabit a new building. On the other hand, the internal factors of the building also determine how fast the swiftlet is occupied. In addition to the temperature and humidity conditions that must be regulated okay, the layout and sound system must also be okay.

The stages of the swiftlet adaptation process to inhabiting a new building can also fail for several reasons. That is, the swallow moves to another building where the sound appeal of calling another building is better. This is what causes even though the swiftlet has stayed for 1 month, it has even started to build a nest but it still has the opportunity to escape to another building.

So, returning to the question at the beginning of this article, even though half-finished nests have begun to form on the fin boards, it turns out that the swallow droppings underneath are dry. That's a sign that the swallow moved to another building because he was tempted by a voice calling from another building.

In the dry season, when the temperature and humidity conditions of the building change higher, not a few young swallows move to the building.

As we know, the process of swallows staying in a building is carried out in stages by the brown feathered bird. That is :

Starting with the swallow, it will sleep during the day by sticking to Twitter pulls in the roving room or someone sleeping on the tweeter in the nesting room. On the first day, the swallow will take a nap for about 30 minutes. The next day they will take a nap for 1 hour, the next day they will take a nap for 2 hours and so on.

At that time, swallows generally did not dare to stay in new buildings. Swallow must ensure that the new building is safe from predators. (For swallows who are mentally brave, this adaptation process will run faster).

Furthermore, if the building feels safe, then the swallow will continue to sleep at night. But don't be happy just yet, because even if the swallow has stayed even 1 month in a building, there is still a chance to escape.

After the swifts stay for several months, and begin to enter the mating period, the swifts begin to salivate to build nests. But after the nest is half finished, why not continue? So, I'm telling you here, even though the swallows have built a nest, there's still a chance to escape. Pasa currently swallow feels not at home to the building he lives in.

When the swallows have started to lay their eggs, the risk of escaping begins to decrease. Even so, sometimes it still happens, the swallow's nest already has eggs, but the owner of the egg does not return to the nest to incubate it.

The new swallow feels that it is really well-established, when it starts having chicks, namely the eggs that are incubated have hatched. By this time, the swallow has absolutely no intention of escaping to another building, even though the sound of calling from another building is very tempting.

At this time the swallow has become a parent. Swallow parent is quite difficult to move to another building. The more times a mother breeds in a building, the stronger the bond with her home.

How do you make the adaptation process from the start make the swallow feel at home in the building and won't run away to another building?

If likened to marketing science, some basic things must be done so that customers do not run away. Namely, the availability of a comfortable place, services that benefit consumers and other facilities that make customers feel happy.

In this case, the design of the swallow building must be correct, not carelessly. Set a simple layout. The temperature and humidity must be in accordance with the swiftlet's habitat. Install an imitation nest so that the swallows lay eggs quickly so there is less chance of escaping.

The sound system is no less important. Use sound that is truly tested. Routinely update voice calls once a year so that they always win compared to other buildings. For this reason, you really need a good sound stock that you must have so that you are always successful in promoting your building in the midst of competition. Make your swallow building the center of attention for other young swallows. send regards for success

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