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Actual breeding is triggered by the summer rains in mid July, and nesting is dependent on abundant ground cover that conceals both the nest and the young from predators. The rains also produce a flush of invertebrate prey and plant food for the parents and their five to 15 chicks. Hatching starts in late July, peaks in September, and tapers off by late October.
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Originally posted by limoniumei recently got gifted a beautiful new deck, and whenever i get a new deck, the first thing i do is bond with it! one of the ways i do that is holding a little interview session with it.you probably seen hundreds of interview spreads, and they all really helpful! however, i find them a little limiting. I tend to use a different, more conversational method of interviewing my deck. I talk to my cards, pull cards when i feel an answer is ready, and just keep going and pulling cards as i go until i satisfied i know the deck well enough to proceed! here are some useful questions i tend to use for this.who are you? (how do you see yourself?)how do you see me?what are your main goals?how do you view life?what your main characteristic?what can you teach?what kind of questions do you struggle with?how should i continue with you?what can you offer me?what will the outcome of our relationship be?what do you think i need to know?how can i achieve that?what do you want from me?do you want to be used for others?do you want to be used for paid readings?should i read reversals?from these questions you can get a scope of how the deck answers questions, its nature, whether it optimistic/pessimistic/realistic, whether it sugar coats or gives it to you straight honestly, interviewing new and even old decks is invaluable.also, this way i manage to get a feel for how the deck likes to be handled.