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Old 12-20-2018, 04:41 PM
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I 100% agree with RavensGryf, it is a bad idea. If you want a hand tame bird please look for a breeder that has raised and tamed her babies and purchase from them. Still no guarantees about how tame the bird will be but you will avoid many pitfalls that can come along with breeding. Don't give up on your current budgies, it takes a long time to train so there is till a possibility that you will be able to accomplish that. Although we have birds living in our homes they are really not domesticated as a cat or dog is and still retain much of their wild characteristics so if the bird does decide to accept you as a friend and flock member you should consider it a real privilege.
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