This is my flock. Geo (white one) is the first bird I got. I got him as a surprise for my 21st Birthday. A few months later I got him a friend who was surprisingly easy to tame. I named him Sherbet and he's really brave. I'm not sure if they're male or female though...I'm sure Geo is male cause he sings a lot. I know if the cere is blue it's male but both their cere's are like blueish, purple, and whitish...anyway I love them to bits. Last one is a bonus photo of my cockatiel, I named him Lemon. Not sure if he's a boy or girl either but he's currently molting so we'll see. I'm hoping to get Finches or a Quaker Parrot soon...maybe both xD
Geo is a male but the pictures of Sherbet aren't clear enough for me to determine the gender.
If you post clear full-frontal pictures of the cere taken in natural light - not with a flash or artificial light, then the gender can be more easily determined.
Your birds are all lovely.
Before you decide to add more birds of any species, I would suggest you ensure you have everything possible you could possibly need for the ones you have and that you have the financial means to provide the best Avian Vet care possible should an illness or injury occur.
Many times people become overexcited about adding to their flock and end up with too many birds they can not care for properly or find the noise level is too much for where they live, etc.
@Faerybee these are the only photos I have at the moment cause I'm at work. Sherbet sings but he does his fair share of screaming....which Is female behavior isn't it? But he also rubs on his perch a lot not sure if that's male and female behavior or just one. Cause Geo doesn't do it
Trying to determine a budgie's gender by its behavior is not accurate no matter what you may have heard.
Both males and females can exhibit the same personality traits.
Each budgie is unique, just like people.
As you have both a male and female, it is very important you discourage breeding behavior if you are housing the two in the same cage.