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A few months ago I got a couple budgies from a lady who rescued 40 of them. I tried to get one to bond with my original bird Ino but after watching them for some time I ended up having to separate her back on her own while the others paired up. I rehomed a couple to a friend and kept two and named them Lugia and Luigi. Luigi is a normal male I believe but I'm not sure what Lugia is. Luigi chatters all day long and sounds like multiple birds when it's just him.
I recently got an albino in the hopes of putting it with Ino, at the introducing them stage so they're both in the bathroom in cages for awhile. Not sure on gender but I named him/her Shiro and somehow have gotten it to sit on my hand and finger multiple times.

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Shiro is a pretty little female budgie.

Luigi and Louisa look as if they've really bonded.

Please be sure you are very careful to prevent breeding since you have a mixed gender pair.


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I don't have a nest box or anything resembling one and their cage is pretty exposed and in a high traffic area so I can't imagine they will try. I've been keeping an eye out anyway and there's been nothing so far.
Can anyone give me an idea of what Lugia may be? I've seen recessive pieds online that looked very similar other than the placement of her blue. And does Luigi have any dark factors that you can tell?
I thought Shiro looked like a female but the slight differences between her and Ino I wasn't sure and there's alot of conflicting information about ino cere colours. The two have been perched side by side in their cages since I put them near each other and seem to be pretty comfortable with each other so far.
I want to make flight cages for my budgies as well as my pineapple conure but I'm not sure if I could put the two pairs together happily enough or if I'd need 3 big cages vs 2. Thoughts?

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You won't know if the four budgies are going to be compatible enough to be housed together until they've been introduced several times in neutral territory.
Even then, dynamics can change.

It is best to always keep extra cage(s) on hand in case one or more birds need to be separated due to personality, illness or injury.
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