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Budgies are very active birds and love to explore their surroundings. They are also very social creatures and enjoy being around other budgies or people. Budgies are relatively easy to care for and make great pets for both children and adults.

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Budgies are very active birds and love to explore their surroundings. They are also very social creatures and enjoy being around other budgies or people. Budgies are relatively easy to care for and make great pets for both children and adults.

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Budgerigar – Eastern Heights

4 beautiful baby budgies that will fit right into your family and home. See pictures.

tina


Budgie

Young male budgie, not tame, about 6 months old. Perfect to breed with or as a mate for another bird. Very healthy and pretty.

Lucille Nicholas


Yellow and lime female budgie

Female yellow and lime budgie approx 7m old. She has gorgeous colours. Has a cage that can be purchased for extra. She is looking for a companion.

Penelope Harvey


Budgie Sale

We have over 20 budgies for sale in a range of different colours all about 6 months old male and females. Price is negotiable but don’t ask if your going to insult me

Jason Moore


Budgies and Breeding Pairs

Wanting to trade some of my budgies for a hand tame cockatiel or selling at the prices listed below.   BREEDING PAIRS $50 5. Light grey single factor dominant pied female 5 months Yellowface cobalt opalline handtame 1 year old male 7. Light green cinnamon female 10 months old Light green Single factor dominant pied male 1 year 9. Golden face violet cinnamon female 2 years loght green normal male 2 years   BREEDING PAIRS $70 6. Goldenface clearwing opalline dilute female & Goldenface violet clearwing opalline dominant pied male 1 year (male is rainbow pied) 8. Goldenface skyblue opalline female 3 months golden-face cobalt clearwing male 4 months (could make rainbows) 10. Skyblue reccessive pied male 1 year old creamino female 1 year old PROVEN BREEDERS (babies are 1, 2 & 3)   Budgies and Cage $200 Breeding pairs 5, 7 & 9 and large bird flight cage   I will do bundles for multiple budgies and please message me for information, a lot of these birds are very friendly and will let you feed them from your hand and interact with you through the cage.

Bailey Redmond


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The Ultimate Budgerigar Guide

About Budgerigar

Budgies are small birds that are native to Australia. Budgies are parakeets, but not all parakeets are Budgies. They are known for their playful and social nature, as well as their ability to mimic human speech. Budgies are social birds that live in flocks of up to 100 individuals.

Lifespan

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Up to 10 years

Weight

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25 to 36 grams

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12 to 28 cm

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The Budgie, also known as the Budgerigar, is a small, long-tailed parakeet that is native to Australia. Budgies are one of the most popular pet birds in the world and have been kept as pets since the early 1800s.

Budgies were first brought to Europe in 1839 by John Gould, an English naturalist. They quickly became popular as pets and by the late 1800s, Budgies were being bred in captivity. The first Budgie breeding club was established in England in 1874.

Budgies were introduced to the United States in the early 1900s and became popular pets there as well. In 1955, the American Budgerigar Society was founded.

Today, you can find a Budgie for sale almost anywhere in the world, and they come in a wide variety of colours and patterns.

Key Characteristics Of Budgerigars

Do Budgerigars Make Good Pet?

Yes, Budgies are family-friendly. They can be a great addition to any home, and they are generally very good with children.

Common Health Issues & Considerations

Budgerigars may suffer from:

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Suitable Cage

A suitable cage for a Budgie is a large cage with plenty of room to fly and explore, as well as a few perches and toys to keep them entertained. It is recommended to have as large of a cage as you can manage to give them.

Other Considerations

  • Budgies need a lot of interaction to thrive. This is why many people buy Budgies in pairs.
  • There are two types of common Budgies – the American Budgie and the larger European Budgie.
  • Budgies can learn to mimic their human owners.

How can I take good care of my Budgerigar?

Nutrition

A Budgie’s diet should consist of:

– around 50% seeds, either mixed or as a pellet food
– around 30% fresh vegetables, such as broccoli, carrots, spinach, and celery
– around 10% fresh fruit, such as apples, bananas, and pears
– a small amount of cooked rice, pasta, or beans
– a cuttlebone or mineral block for calcium

A Budgie also needs access to clean water at all times.

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A Budgie needs a minimum of 30 minutes of exercise every day, with at least 15 minutes of that being out of the cage. They need a variety of different toys to keep them amused, including ones that encourage them to chew (such as wooden chew toys) and ones that encourage them to move around and explore (such as foraging toys).

Budgies are very active birds and love to play. Providing them with ample opportunity to exercise will not only keep them healthy and fit but also help prevent boredom and behavioural problems.

This is general information and should not be relied on for adopting or purchasing advice.

Most Asked Budgerigar Questions

There are several potential causes of feather plucking, including boredom, stress, anxiety, and nutritional deficiencies. If your Budgie starts plucking its feathers, it’s important to take it to the vet to rule out any medical causes. You may also need to provide your Budgie with more toys and activities to keep it entertained, or make some changes to its environment to reduce stress levels.

A healthy Budgie should have bright eyes, smooth feathers, and steady breathing. It should be active and playful, and eating a well-balanced diet. If you notice any changes in your Budgie’s appearance or behaviour, or if it seems lethargic or unwell, take it to the vet for a check-up.

If you are searching for a Budgie for sale, it’s important to only deal with reputable breeders. The average cost of a Budgerigar for sale will be between AUD $50 and $500. More expensive show Budgies will be at the upper end of this range.

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