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Old 02-11-2015, 04:28 PM
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Hi,
As described in my pervious posts that I had found a baby budgie (now named Cutie) which turned out to be a girl, the budgie had white cere with hint of blue and it turned into brown, but now it is changing into white cere again with hint of blue, please help is something happening to her? this is my first female budgie and she is very cute.

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Those changes on your Cutie's cere are all very normal and there is no reason for concern. Females when in breeding condition have dark brown, crusty looking ceres, and while they are young as in not yet mature or when they go out of breeding condition, the cere will revert to the creamy white colour with some faint blue on the edges. These changes will happen throughout Cutie's life, you can see it as her fertile cycle just as women have their periods.
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Thank you aluz, I was really worried
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Take the time to read through the stickies at the tops of each section of the forum and you'll learn all kinds of wonderful things about your budgie and how to best care for her.

aluz has given you the answer you needed and I'm closing this thread now.
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