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Old 03-01-2016, 04:32 AM
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Question Gender of little budgie,please!?

I have this little budgie from and of december.It had white-rose nose when arrived and was pretty little,I thought she is young(around under 6 months).I give her vitamins in water and its health is better,but nose starting to blue.(sorry for bad description,I little know English...)Now she is playing with its plastic bird toy and mirror,giving its water permanently and i think she is from start so lonely?I decided when she grow up maybe to buy another budgie to make pair,or just friend.But i dont know which gender my bird is-male or female?Please help me.I l sending you 2 photos of my little budgie.Thanks a lot.Best wishes!Buy...Also,has eyes colour-brown like budgie which eate bar on picture down which is from internet site,and from other site i chose picture of one male budgie which is not my own budgie and picture but i think that is some the same way of its mutations expose of colours.My bird hawe on pics brown eyes,but in reality on Sun shining is whitearound black,and have only one black circle.Maybe its help about its gender or mutation if is some famous?


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Old 03-01-2016, 06:35 AM
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Welcome to the forums!

The budgie on the first two pictures is a female, she is young I'd say by now she is nearing 6 months old. I think she is a light green greywing budgie.
Is she plucking the smaller feathers on her wings?

The budgie on the 3rd photo which is not your own is a male English budgie.
The budgie on the last photo is a female and she has scaly face mites.
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Old 03-01-2016, 06:48 AM
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The budgie on the first two pictures is a female, she is young I'd say by now she is nearing 6 months old. I think she is a light green greywing budgie.
Is she plucking the smaller feathers on her wings?

The budgie on the 3rd photo which is not your own is a male English budgie.
The budgie on the last photo is a female and she has scaly face mites.
For this help thanks a lot from my girl and me!She is very happy and proud young lady.She is also very shy and scaries a little....But she is so smart.
Also if somebody want to help again one more questionother bird-budgie yes or no?(when she grows...)Is better other to be also female ,just friend?Or is the big risk to get a male budgie for shy and too little construction of girl?

Maybe some white or albino with blue nose should be good pair and gentle for her?I probably hope to get this one next year(for a year).
Thanks for friendships and good buy.

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Hi and to Talk Budgies!

I'm confused.
Is the budgie in the last picture the same bird as the budgie in the first two pictures?

If so, she needs to be treated for scaly-face mites before they get worse and you should not consider getting another budgie until she's completely cleared of the mites.

If you choose to get another budgie, please be sure to observe quarantine for the new budgie.

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Old 03-02-2016, 01:40 AM
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,,I'm confused.
Is the budgie in the last picture the same bird as the budgie in the first two pictures?

If so, she needs to be treated for scaly-face mites before they get worse and you should not consider getting another budgie until she's completely cleared of the mites.

If you choose to get another budgie, please be sure to observe quarantine for the new budgie.''No ,on 2 first photos is my little girl and on the last is probably how you sad female,but in reality it is not my own ,just picture somewhere from other forum on internnet...I use their look like same to ask what is mutation and to better you see how look her eyes because is identycal look like on it bird and mine.My pictures of her eyes is still bad.And i dont have knowledge to explain,yet.I give her moult support vitamins for moulting and she get better in last 2,5 months.She has a big problems with helth when she arrived and i will talk about it later,when i l get dictionary of lenguage of its terms,sorry.Also,I l slowly plan to understand texts and ansvers and advices,so very thanks for help.Other buddy gets not so soon,no problem!


...she had a problem with a beak. was white and semi-transparent. that part of the brokened.i This process is repeated several times, the makeup is like peeling the human nail ... Also, now that the situation is stable, I hope that this event will not repeat.hooked beak now just, though still a little rough after create irregularly shaped edges.
...also had feathers on his stomach in the form of stripes and in two places on each of the wings of one streak. also under the wings, especially the left did not have even feathers. I gave her vitamins in water or refused to drink ... As long as she did not play near the mirror, drinkers, and until he began to keep a mirror that is to lick. Now normal drink with water drinkers.
...It is probably quite healthy, and certainly grows from chicken to young birds. Of course she'll need time to recover completely that he did not envision would eventually I got a bird society. The white birds are quite delicate and could be of either sex I think that would be good yes it in the future. I would have wanted her offspring but not at any cost, everything depends on her with helth,and i hope that you understand (reasons and situation) of me.Whats your opinion?Every advice is good and welcome.Also and comments.Good buy,see you.

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OK, I understand now.
The first two pictures are your budgie and the last two are others to use for comparison for mutation.
Thank you!
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Yes,thats right.Thanks for reply!
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I'm a foreigner too and I understand what you have written.
I did notice your budgie girl had her beak trimmed and from the photos she also seems to have a problem with her feathers.
I'm glad you have been taking good care of her by giving vitamin supplements to improve her feathers.

Due to health reasons it's best that you keep this budgie as a pet, even if in the future you find her a budgie friend.
Your budgie girl will likely need special care for the rest of her life to keep her feather condition under control and regular beak trims because it's likely her beak will grow back again.
Due to these health problems, your budgie is not a good candidate for breeding.
By doing so, her health and the health of any chicks would be put at great risk.
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i understand every reason and think thats all smart advices.i had male budgie which thougt that my roseicolis is female and i had once a big problem.My zebra finch dae with her third nest and i know that female helth could be very specific.Now i just want pet,maybe some day i l get some friend for her and i will try to get a female other too,because i think that is safe.I had white budgie female 4 ,2 escapes,and 2 stay with me,with ruby eyes,one didnot to fly,never learn,and all was softly.But was not albino.I will try to get some birds like that if i could one day when she grow up,but and about that i must to deep think.

big geetings for you.
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Hi and to the forums!

It is great to have you with us and your little budgie is very pretty

I am glad you are keeping her as a pet and I know you will take very good care of her. What is her name?

I hope to see more of her around the forums and if you have any questions after reading through the links provided or anything else around the forums, please ask! We are always here to help

Hope to see you around the forums!
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