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Old 06-10-2018, 01:48 PM
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Hi, congratulations on your new budgie . Youíve come to the right place to learn the best practices for keeping budgies healthy and thriving. We have lots of Stickies and Articles and links full of information, and we ask that all new members take some time to read through these.

Sometimes when budgies are in a new environment, the poop can be a bit runny or abnormal from stress. If all is well, you should see this stop when your budgie starts the routine of normal eating and starts to feel more comfortable in the new surroundings.

As you look through our resources, check out the diet section for tips for a well balanced diet for budgies. As far as somewhere to buy packaged dry foods such as a quality seed mix and pellets, you might try this place.. Looks like they specialize in exotic pets and birds, and might not be too far from you? https://www.tropicalkingdom.com

The bare patch is normal. Birds feathers donít grow in every area of the body, and when theyíre dry you canít see it .

Best wishes... looking forward to hearing more about your new little one! Do you have a name yet?
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