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shaddix 07-09-2015 07:07 AM

Budgies bonding
Hi, I just bought two budgies possibly male and female. Male is bigger then female and seems to be picking on her yet at one point they were on the same bench and cuddling but now the male is on the bench by himself and the female has been on the front of the cage for the last few hrs. The male looks like he has gone her a few times not sure what has happened to cause the rift but will this settle down??? they were in the same cage at the pet store and seemed fine with each other.:budge::budgie:

FaeryBee 07-09-2015 08:05 AM

Hi and :welcome: to Talk Budgies!

Some bickering between the two is normal and to be expected.
If, however, the larger one appears too aggressive toward the smaller then you may need to separate them.

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StarlingWings 07-09-2015 09:17 PM

Hello and welcome to Talk Budgies :wave:

Apart from the initial stress of moving house, your two budgies may bicker also to establish a "pecking order". It would also be helpful if you could post a picture of your budgies so we can help you determine the gender, as two females tend to fight more than two males or a male and a female.

Deb has given great links to look through! If you still have any questions afterwards, please do ask as we'd love to help.

Looking forward to seeing you around the forums and hope to meet your birds soon! :)

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