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Hello everyone,

I'm completely new with budgies and all started when I rescued an old female budgie from the street. We decided to buy a another one to keep her company. Well, a couple of months later another budgie I rescued from the street. And then, we decided to buy another one to keep it even.

NOW WE HAVE BABIES BUDGIES 🥰( not for sale). The babies belong to the young couple.

The old lady is Blue blue ( she's a very light blue color)

The couple are Moon light ( she's a blue budgie) and Lucas ( he is a blue budgie)

And we have Snowy ( he/ she is a white with a little bit of grey budgie). We still don't know if it's female or male. His/her picture below.

I'm in Gatineau Quebec Canada

I had googled and watched it a lot of YouTube videos about budgies,but I still have a lot of questions 😅

I am happy to found you guys 😊

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Hi, Welcome to Talk Budgies!

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How long have you had your budgies?
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What are their genders -- how many males and how many females?
How large is the cage in which you are housing them?
Did you allow the breeding to take place in a colony setting?

Did you have the birds on a proper conditioning diet?

Hopefully, you did not allow the "old female budgie" to breed.
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Hello and welcome to the forums!

FaeryBee has asked some great questions. I totally agree with the above; please let us know what the situation is now!

You've also been given great resources by FaeryBee. Please be sure to read through everything provided above to ensure you're up to date on the best of budgie care practices! If you have any questions after doing so, feel free to ask as we'd love to help.

Best wishes!

Cheers 👋
 
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