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Old 08-01-2020, 08:39 PM
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Hello everybody I just got two new budgies that are 8 weeks old I’m inlove with them. Still in the process of taming them however I Would love to know if anyone here could be able to tell me the gender of them Thank you
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Hi there and to the forums!

You have two sweet budgie girls They're adorable! What are their names?

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Oh my god. I’m so excited to know they are two girls. However I noticed the winter ( the white one ) keeps biting zesty leg ( the green one ) and push her off the perch then when zesty goes to another perch winter follows her then repeats the same thing
Do you have any idea why is this happening
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Your little girls are lovely.

Winter may be trying to show her dominance over Zesty but you are going to need to keep an eye on them. If there is continual bullying, then the two will need to be housed in separate cages.
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