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solom 02-25-2019 02:09 AM

Is this a male or female
 
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Hello
Please help me with the gender and age of this cute yellow budgie and if possible mutation too
Thanks very much

junelee 02-25-2019 09:25 AM

Iím no expert but for fun my guess is male, double factor yellow spangle. Cute !!!


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StarlingWings 02-25-2019 11:20 AM

Yes, he's a male, and I would agree with double factor spangle. However, does he have green on his back? I'm not able to look at the last picture; the thumbnail won't open, but if he's totally yellow all over with no green or black then he's df spangle :)

solom 02-25-2019 01:42 PM

Thanks very much. He does have a very pale green color under the wings.

https://scontent.fcai1-2.fna.fbcdn.n...57&oe=5CE78FF0

What about his age?

The problem now is that I now have 2 males, no females. And since I brought the new guy, they get along fine, but the old guy keeps approaching him, as if he's a female, Why is that?...
the new guy walk away. this goes on all the time
should I do something about it? or is that normal behavior?
by the way, the old guy had a female but she died about a month ago, no siblings. She was young.

StarlingWings 02-25-2019 02:11 PM

That looks like a normal level of suffusion on his rump, so yes, I'd still say he's a df spangle.

It's actually much better you have two males! Now you don't have to worry about accidental breeding ;) Besides, two males tend to get along very well together.

Just because the other male is "approaching him" doesn't mean that he thinks he's a female, budgies of all genders who are friends exhibit behaviour that some people think is "courtship behaviour" but is really just regular behaviour for two budgies who are close friends :thumbsup:

solom 02-25-2019 05:44 PM

Thats good to know. Thanks very much
How old do you think he is?

StarlingWings 02-25-2019 11:16 PM

It's hard to tell - he's fully mature, so at least a year. It's hard to tell once they've matured what age they are since there aren't any other signs to look for. If he has his full grey irises as well as his blue cere, he's definitely above 1 year old. :thumbsup:

Sorry that wasn't more helpful :o


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