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Those pictures are not clear enough to give you a definitive answer.
Please post in-focus, close-up photos of the budgie's cere taken in natural light. No flash and no direct sunlight.

I recommend you remove the wooden dowel perches in the cage and replace them with natural wooden perches of varying diameters to help prevent pressure sores.

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Bumblefoot
The information in this link will give examples of better options for perches:
Essentials for a Great Cage
Thank you for advice, I have replaced perches with natural pine branches. I usually let them eat some of the treat stick and then remove it for a few days before putting it back. I will try to send a more focused picture. Thank you
 

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Those pictures are not clear enough to give you a definitive answer.
Please post in-focus, close-up photos of the budgie's cere taken in natural light. No flash and no direct sunlight.

I recommend you remove the wooden dowel perches in the cage and replace them with natural wooden perches of varying diameters to help prevent pressure sores.

Pressure Sores
Bumblefoot
The information in this link will give examples of better options for perches:
Essentials for a Great Cage
The green one is Kiki I haven't named the white one because I dont know sex.
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Thank you for the advice.
 

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