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In Memory Tributes and Memorials to Budgies which have moved on to the Rainbow Bridge

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My first budgie flingo could do so many cool things he was a bit loopy (until we got a friend for him) but any way. He could say a few words like hello and bye bye and he would move his beak if you sang a song and it looked like he was singing.I might just think that was cool because I loved him.
Please If you have a budgie that died please post his/her name here
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I have lost three budgies: Apollo at the age of 6, and Skyla and Kiwi both at the age of three. I have such fond memories of them and their little habits so they will certainly never be forgotten.

Apollo used to give us a sweet, soft good night chirp when we put him to bed. Skyla used to get so excited when she knew we were preparing her carrots, and Kiwi was such a mellow little guy...

Rest in peace my little ones.
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Im sorry for your loss
And thats so cute. Budgies are the kind of animal that will develop alot of cute habits over the years.
Thanks for sharing that.
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