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Old 01-24-2015, 04:57 PM
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Hi, I had a look at the stickied thread about body language but it was closed, so I couldn't make a reply.

I was wondering if anyone has a link to perhaps a video of budgies making a sound, or even using some body language, with a decription after.

I have been looking online everywhere but all I get are pictures, which helps, but I'd love to see the motions! And when it comes to sounds, how can I tell the different between all the terms used

Thank you in advance

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I can't link you to some videos right now (though I'm sure someone has plenty favourited!) - because my little ones are asleep and any bird chirping will pick them right up!! Hah!

As for the sounds.. I'm led to believe that you will grow to learn what each kind of sound makes - almost like a mother's instinct! I'm getting there with my lot - I can definitely tell when they are content, annoyed, "greeting me" or wanting my attention. Hopefully you get the same understanding in time
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I would absolutely love that? Could you please inbox me, if it's not too much to ask? I'd do it, but I'm not sure how to
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Hi, I had a look at the stickied thread about body language but it was closed, so I couldn't make a reply.

I was wondering if anyone has a link to perhaps a video of budgies making a sound, or even using some body language, with a decription after.

I have been looking online everywhere but all I get are pictures, which helps, but I'd love to see the motions! And when it comes to sounds, how can I tell the different between all the terms used

Thank you in advance

Hi, the stickies are there as an information post they are not like a normal thread where you can add to the discussion.
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Go onto You Tube and type in Budgie body Language and Sounds, I am sure that would contain some short clips .
With time you will indeed be able to tell what your budgie are saying to you.
My guys all flock call as soon as they hear a key in the door!!
They also recognise the sound of my husband's work truck coming home I have seen them , They hear the truck and stat to flock call!!!
Wanting out of cage is usually a loud squawk with wings flapping and running up and down the perch or sitting on the door. Just a couple of my observations.
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