Let them sing! - Talk Budgies Forums


User Menu
Forum Home
Budgie Gallery
Budgie FAQ
Site Guidelines
How-To-Guide
Members List
Today's Posts
Log In
Register now!
Search



Advanced Search
Popular Forums
Announcements

Budgie Articles

Budgie Talk

Budgie Pictures

Budgie Videos

Budgie Behavior

Determining Gender

Your Budgie's Health

Taming and Bonding

Budgie Breeding

In Memory

Other Birds

Contests

Chit Chat

Site Information

Talk Network
Talk Budgies
Talk Cockatiels
Talk Parrotlets
Talk Parrots
Sponsored Ads

Go Back   Talk Budgies Forums > Budgie Talk > Articles > Articles: General Budgie Info


 
 
Short URL LinkBack Thread Tools
  #1  
Old 10-25-2015, 01:56 PM
aluz's Avatar
Exceptional Service Award Recipient
State:
 
Profile:aluz is offline
Gender:
Number of Budgies: 7
Budgie Experience Level: Budgie Enthusiast
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Portugal
Posts: 21,788
Gallery: 0
Karma:
Points: 19619
Rep Power: 56
aluz has a reputation beyond reputealuz has a reputation beyond reputealuz has a reputation beyond reputealuz has a reputation beyond reputealuz has a reputation beyond reputealuz has a reputation beyond reputealuz has a reputation beyond reputealuz has a reputation beyond reputealuz has a reputation beyond reputealuz has a reputation beyond reputealuz has a reputation beyond repute
Default Let them sing!


Let them sing!

All birds will naturally sing, this is what budgies do when happy and when they want to communicate with us or a mate. Whether it's flock calling, screeching or all of the other chirps, this shows us everything is good and right in their world.

According to context and by reading their body language we can better understand our budgies through their peculiar chirps. Depending on the situations, budgies can for example use the screeching sound when on alert mode or showing disapproval on something. Budgies can also express themselves through screeching when feeling happy and overly enthusiastic about something.
The intensity of the singing as far as sound volume goes will also depend on a few factors such as the level of enthusiasm of the bird, the time of the day, the weather conditions and seasons of the year.

Budgies are generally more energetic in the mornings and they tend to show more of their exuberance and happiness through their singing during this time of the day. Budgies love the sun and will also sing more heartily on sunny days as opposed to more overcast cloudy days when the sun barely makes an appearance.
The budgies natural predisposition to sing go hand-in-hand with the seasons and we will notice an increase of energy and singing during the Spring/Summer months when the sun begins to shine more and the weather starts to get warmer. During this time it’s also natural for budgies to show in full force all of their enthusiasm and energy through louder, heated singing, especially when the males are in the process of impressing the females during the courtship rituals.

Given the fact singing is such an important and vital aspect of a bird’s life, any pet bird owner must know that their bird will sing throughout the day. We should see their singing as one of the many rewards they give us daily, their song is the way our pet birds tell us that they are happy, healthy and loving life.

By trying to diminish or put a full stop to the "noise" done by their singing, a person will be going against the birds’ very nature and instincts. By doing so, said bird can potentially develop behavioural issues and become depressed, not to mention the negative reaction from the owner’s part which will also be detrimental to the established bond with their pet bird(s). This negative response can even completely break the trusting bond between pet and owner.

Being a true bird lover means embracing the singing, the flock calling, the screeching and everything that comes along with pet bird ownership and the way our birds express themselves. It’s not the pet bird that needs to adjust the singing to meet the owner’s expectations. The pet bird owner is the one in need of the adjustment. If the loud singing is so overwhelming, then getting some earplugs to muffle the sound may prove to be a good solution.

__________________


RIP sweet Tito (Summer 2008 - January 17th 2013).
You are missed and never will be forgotten.
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
 
 



Bookmarks

Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are On
Pingbacks are On
Refbacks are On



All times are GMT -4. The time now is 07:10 AM.



Powered by vBulletin®
Copyright © 2000- 2019, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Search Engine Friendly URLs by vBSEO 3.6.1
vBulletin Security provided by vBSecurity v2.2.2 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.
Copyright © 2006 - , 2403 Networks LLC. All rights reserved.