So, this budgie just showed up outside, perched on the railing, so we've taken it in, with our other two. Anyways, he's for sure a pet, seeing as how Texas is half-way across the globe from where they belong. Poor thing wouldn't leave the food bowl for the longest time!
Please fill out this little form if you have lost a budgie in this area, to see if it's yours! I do not include a profile of it purely so nobody can falsely claim it!(If unclaimed, it'll be staying with me instead. Not letting the poor thing go hungry outside.)
Copy and paste this forum, and add answers to it, then post it as a response. I'll try to read through them regularly.
oh thanks for saving the little budgie.that was very kind of you.I hope someone will claim it if it's there budgie.welcome to the forum by the way.sending thankful prayers to you.feel free to ask any questions.blessings
I'm glad you've taken in this little budgie and are trying to find his/her owners! You're doing it the best way possible, too! You can put this information on a poster to put around the neighbourhood or at animal shelters, too, and see if someone contacts you.
If not, well, you've certainly come to the right place to learn all about these little ones and their care
Be sure to read through all the links provided to ensure you know all the best ways to care for the little one while you try to find his owners, and maybe even after he's all yours :fingerx:
We'd love to see pictures if you have them, and feel free to ask any questions you may have after reading through everything.
If the budgie has a metal or plastic leg band you may be able to trace it.
There are a number of Both BAA and ABS breeders near Huston and further north
near Dallas The tag would have BAA or ABS the year like 11, 3 initials Like JCB
and the chick number for the year, like 123. The initials will be on file in the ABS or BAA records. Best wishes in your effort to find the little guy 's home.