"A lttle sample piece of fake grass works great. Also, if the bedding is in a nest/hole shape it helps. If you leave a fake plastic or wooden egg they are less disruptive too, but they also might go broody so it's an individual…"
"I had the same problem, the lip in my box was a 2x4. I turned it over so the lid is now the front and the girls have to hop down in and out again. I put plenty of straw in there and they can't knock it out, haven't had a…"
"I put an old rabbit cage in the top shelf of the coop and all 5 hens want to lay there. I have it bed-ed with a felt mat usually used for hanging planters, or alternately with the "natural" swamp cooler pads. They seem to really love…"
"That's a good school http://www.abqprecoop.com/ I'm an early childhood professional myself and I've worked with a number of early childhood specialists at UNM whose children also went to Albuquerque Preschool Coop,…"
I have lived in ABQ since 2004.
I am an early childhood professional. I am a level two registered teacher trainer for early childhood education (birth-3rd grade) for the state of New Mexico. I am also an advocate for children and families and part of the New Mexico Reggio Emilia Exchange, and I involved with Wemagination and the UNM Family Development Department. My husband an I lost a baby in childbirth June 8th 2009. The love from the community has been wonderful. Our rainbow baby was born January 2011.
Favorite Thing(s) About Albuquerque:
lots of potential
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