I have a grizzle pair that has had two youngsters hatch out, and they were feeding their young very nicely for the first, three days of the youngsters life, but unfortunately the young are having less and less food in their crop these two pass days. The pair is an old 2007 hen, and a young 2010 cock. The youngsters currently are about a week old, but I'm afraid they might not get enough food to grow. what do you guys suggest I should do? Are the parents just running out of milk??? I provide more than plenty enough food for them. The mother is always on the young and hardly allows for her mate to sit on them. Should I monitor them just in case, or do they know what their doing? Every one seems healthy, but they just seem to not eat as much also.