The tent is probably one of the reasons for her laying eggs. Remove it permanently. I know our birds love things that are soft and warm, but that doesn't mean it is good for them.
Calcium is a nutrient that all living things need for strong bones. Sweetpea uses the calcium in her body to make an egg. That is why you need to make sure to give her calcium to replace that calcium she has lost.
After you have cracked some eggs, wash the inside of the shells and put them outside, facing up, in the sunshine for 2-3 days. When they are all dried out, you can crush them up with a spoon until they are fine. And, just sprinkle some over Sweetpea's food every day. There may be faster ways of doing it, but this is what my breeder taught me how to do it. If you don't want to bother doing that, order a calcium supplement online. You can also give her some broccoli, peas, cabbage, celery, carrots, kale, and zucchini which all have calcium. Chia seeds have calcium, too. These are all high in calcium.
Last edited by Anya; 07-30-2020 at 07:27 PM..