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  1. Training Journals
    Day 1: Bert loves millet, it's very obvious. He seems very food driven and curious (tried both romaine and cucumber; a no on the cucumber). He paced back and forth and made a lot of calling chirps (loud!) to the wild birds outside once we got him in the cage (that was an ordeal). Saw him eat the...
  2. General Budgie Talk
    Hi, I recently got a new budgie, my first budgie, he's a blue and white coloured budgie who is called Joey. Anyway, right now I'm on school holidays so I can't spend pretty much all day with him but I was wondering, when I go back to school, should I put a mirror in his cage to sort of keep him...
  3. General Budgie Talk
    Hi, I have two budgies, we allow them to come out of their cage everyday and leave the cage door open, they normally go back in when they feel hungry. The male budgie used to be very friendly with the family. He would come to us with no problem. Even while out perching on somewhere he would...
  4. Taming and Bonding
    I bought my budgie Piña about three weeks ago and since then she has not stopped biting, pacing or looking for ways to escape. The only time I have had to grab her was when she was let out accidentally a few times. I have tried millet sprays and fruit mixes as well as fresh grass seeds which my...
  5. Taming and Bonding
    So I recently have acquired a budgie. He's still fairly young (under a year) but his last owner didn't get him out of that cage that often. He now bites you if you put your hands near him or the cage. These bites aren't painful but more like little nibbles. He also doesn't like leaving his cage...
  6. Introductions
    Hello everyone! I am a new budgie owner. I purchased Belle, my green budgie last week. She was hand fed and tame already. 7 months old. Very sweet. They did not have anymore available. So I purchased two more (a male and female) from another reputable small shop that are not tame. They are...
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