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Old 05-18-2019, 11:50 AM
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Sometimes budgies do well as a single bird, even after being accustomed to having other budgies around. Some do, some don’t. I wouldn’t necessarily have the mindset that you “have to” get another one when one eventually passes.

Usually budgies take a couple or few weeks to adjust to the new norm after losing a friend. After about a month or two, it will be more clear if a single budgie is an individual who can be happy as a single bird.
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