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Old 06-28-2016, 05:15 AM
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Can all budgies talk ?... can they learn talking when kept in a group?what types of budgies are there ?

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Budgies have the potential to mimic human speech but this doesn't mean that all budgies will learn how to do so.

When a given budgie is integrated in a flock the chances of learning to mimic are greatly reduced.

There are two main types of budgies, the smaller sized pet type budgies and the bigger sized English/Show budgies and they both have lots of varieties as far as colours go.

If you take the time in browsing the forums and checking the information on the species and the stickies on general budgie care, most if not all of your questions will be answered there.
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The questions you've asked indicate you have very little knowledge and experience in caring for budgies even though your pair has had chicks.

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@aluz thank you for the reply
...it's easy to understand your words....
Thx again


@fayerBee....it's not that I don't know anything...I was just curious about the talking budgies which we see on YouTube ....I want to put more efforts on my Budgies .....my birds are tamed to come and sit on my hand....eat n play with me on my dining ....but they never talk 🤔

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Some budgies never talk, and that's just fine. It's up to their individual personalities whether or not they enjoy picking up new sounds or even words
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Variety of Budgies available in Bird Market and these are really expensive

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Yes, crested birds are very expensive. And if I'm not wrong more susceptible to disease due to inbreeding?
That Japanese is indeed very beautiful but I would be inclined to stick to Standard or English budgies
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U talking about English or the big size exhibition budgie's

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English budgies and exhibition budgies are two names for the same bird English/show budgies are bred to be larger, with more feather
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