We put the one whose gender we didn’t know in with her by opening a door, he wandered in, we fed them heavily before. So hopefully, they’d become somewhat lethargic. We had two weapons. One is a strong fire hose standing by and manned by one of the keepers. And each of us held a T-stick made out of two-inch wood with a cross member about two feet well long at the end so that we could fend off the birds. And it required, first, several days before they could get together without fighting. And when we first put them together, they fought immediately. We used the high speed and the high pressure water hose on them, which usually works to separate fighting animals in most cases.