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Old 02-09-2017, 09:33 AM
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Zuko these past few nights has started warbling and singing at around 3.30am.He is not anxious or upset these are happy noises. I cover both cages, they are in darkness so I don't understand why he would decide to start singing. Is this normal behaviour as spring approaches or is this something else. I don't fancy waking up at 3.30 every morning when spring and summer arrive. The others don't peep it's only Zuko. Since he has his new friend he has become the most vocal and the loudest out of the group, I don't mind I love the noise, but not through the night 😊.

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Most likely with time and as Zuko settles with his new mate, the night time singing will stop.
My budgies will very rarely chirp in the night and would only do so as a direct response to some noise/activity in the house or if the lights to their room are on for a few minutes.
Once Zuko realizes his friend isn't going anywhere, he will calm down, control his night time enthusiasm and everyone (budgies included) will have peaceful nights.
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I've very occasionally had a chirp and when I'm sleeping upstairs, if I'm doing stuff until later on, sometimes Tommy keeps chirping because there's a little light on.

I'm sure he'll settle down soon enough.
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He's very excited , I'm watching him now and he's doing all his tricks double speed.. I think sapphire is a hen and coming into breeding condition after all. Would that make him slightly more excitable.

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