09-19-2016, 06:05 PM
Before thinking of pairing and breeding your budgies you need to do a lot of research.
You should spend a lot of time getting to know the personality of your birds. You should learn as much as you can about basic budgie care, training, taming, bonding, diet and nutrition and making sure you have a good cage set up.
You should spend at least a year doing all of this. There's loads of resources on here about all of this.
Then when you know ore, you can look to breeding.
A budgie can be paired up together without them needing to breed.
If your blue and yellow get on, they can share a cage as long as you take steps to prevent breeding and don't encourage it.
As for the green, he and the others can be paired with a bird suited to his personality. I have managed to pick mates for my birds based on my knowledge of their behaviour around others. My birds share cages, one pair per cage, so getting it right is important for me (I don't breed, this is just for their happiness).
If you focus on learning your green budgies personality and compairing it to his companions, you should have success in finding a friend for him.
Last edited by Therm; 09-19-2016 at 06:22 PM.