Monthly Archives: July 2019

Your Budgie’s Age

Wondering how old your little budgie/parakeet is? There are three ways to approximate the age of your budgie: 1) CAP FEATHERS – In most varieties, young budgies will have bars on their head all the way down to the cere. At about 3-4 months of age, a budgie will go through its first molt, and the […]

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Budgie Parakeet Breeding

If you want to get into breeding budgies or parakeets, everything you need to know is here. Tip: Click on a linked word to see a definition and/or picture example! Special Updates: Our new budgie web store is now open! Find toys, accessories, supplements, and more! Join our brand new budgie forum and become a […]

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Taming Your Budgie Parakeet

Want to train your budgie or even teach him to talk? Several methods and lots of advice can be found below. Some tips on teaching your budgie to talk have been added! Scroll down to find the talking section. More training and talking tips may be added in the future, so check back! Posted 08.04.10 […]

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Budgie Behavior Budgie Behavior

The Budgie Personality and Drive Curiosity & Playing Curiosity & Playing – Every budgie has its own unique personality, but all budgies are naturally curious and playful little birds. Your budgie’s antics will entertain you for sure. It is important to foster your budgie’s curiosity and playfulness by making sure you provide various toys in the […]

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Advanced Budgie Parakeet Care

Once you’ve learned the basics of keeping budgies as pets and you’ve decided that a budgie is a right pet for you, or perhaps you’ve owned budgies and you want to learn more about their care, it’s time to take a more in-depth look. A good place to start is here, and then you can […]

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Playgym: Treehouse

Submitted by: Mary Author’s Note: Your little keet will have loads of fun on their own little treehouse! What You’ll Need: Safe NON-TOXIC glue Dowels or/and safe “greenwood” of your choice A sturdy box Steps: Step 1: Form a T with two long dowels and glue them together. Step 2: After you’ve formed a T, […]

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Playgym: Play Tree

Submitted by: Jake Author’s Note: Hi, I’m Jake and my birds LOVE their play tree. This is how you do it: What You’ll Need: You A bird safe tree (non toxic) (Note: It helps if the tree has lots of horizontal branches. This provides natural perching and a great place to hang toys from.) Something […]

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