gouldian egg on bottom of cage

I have just found a gouldian egg on bottom of cage - and I don't know what could be wrong - any ideas?

That happens sometimes.

If their nutrition is complete, if they are at least 1 year old, if they are getting 14 hrs. of full spectrum lighting, if the humidity is 50% or more and their room temperature is nearly 80 degrees F., I would then consider if I could increase their peace and privacy by covering some of the sides of their cage or hanging somethings inside the cage that they could feel safe hiding beside or behind.

There are no definitive answers. Keep a night light on for them.

Sometimes a fright in the night will scare them so much that they panic and just crash around in their cages if they can't see.

An egg could be displaced by accident.

Hope this helps.


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