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I was wondering what watery poop means if a budgie is laying eggs.

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A laying hen will have poops that have a softer consistency, the poops are not well formed and they are massive in size and yes they are a bit more watery and have a flattened out appearance.

Under other circumstances, budgies can have watery poops.
For example this can happen right before or when eating fresh veggies or fruit. The same thing goes when drinking water or bathing.
When under stress or when moulting, they can also have a few watery poops.

If a given budgie has mainly watery poops for a longer period of time, then booking a appointment with an avian vet specialist will be the best thing to do.
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Thank you so much. She is a laying hen, a beautiful blue colour. It hasn't been happening for long, she is just bearing eggs
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You're very welcome.

The added stress from being in a colony setting can have an impact on the poop consistency.
Given the fact this hen has not yet started to lay and taking in account your particular situation, it would be best to move this budgie into a spare cage and to break her egg laying cycle. At the very least place this budgie and her mate into a second cage.
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she has already layed three
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On your post above you mentioned "It hasn't been happening for long, she is just bearing eggs". From that piece of information I assumed no eggs have been laid yet.
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I'm sorry for the misconception. She lays every other day (i think) so the new ones are the ones she bears
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