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I've had this green English budgie for about 3 years. Doesnt make too much noise. I had a blue male budgie who frequently would dance and chirp a alot in a mating manner towards this budgie who I believe is female but I'm not sure. The cere is a little blueish but very light.
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I've had this green English budgie for about 3 years. Doesnt make too much noise. I had a blue male budgie who frequently would dance and chirp a alot in a mating manner towards this budgie who I believe is female but I'm not sure. The cere is a little blueish but very light. View attachment 257375 View attachment 257377
Both of your Budgies are really cute. The blue budgie who is on the left side is male. And the other one who is on the right side is female. Looking at there cere this is their gender.
 

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Hi, Welcome to Talk Budgies!

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Your blue budgie is male and your green budgie is female.

As you have a mixed gender pair, you need to be doing everything necessary to prevent breeding.

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Hi there and welcome to the forums!

Your budgies are very cute; as mentioned above, you have a male and a female.

You've come to a great place to learn even more about the best of budgie care practices! FaeryBee has given you great advice and resources. Please be sure to read through the forums' many budgie articles and stickies, provided above, to ensure you're up to date on everything. If you have any questions after doing so, please be sure to ask as we'd love to help!

Hope to see you and your budgies around the forums! 👋
 

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Yes Thank you. I knew the blue one was male. The green one was said to be male when I got it but I quickly had suspected that this was not the case as it displayed many female signs. Thank you for replying.
 
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