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Introduction

This handy guide is for all parakeet fans, beginners and experts alike. It contains all you need to know about these wonderful little birds, from choosing them and setting up their cage, to keeping your birds healthy, happy and well-fed. There’s also loads of information about where parakeets – also known as budgies or budgerigars - come from, and the many varieties of this magnificent bird.


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Parakeet, budgie, budgerigar - Everything you need to know about this wonderful bird!

This little guide is arranged in user-friendly, easy to navigate subsections, so you can find what you need quickly and easily. If there’s any information you’re looking for that isn’t in this guide, or if you have any other feedback, comments or suggestions, we would love to hear from you.

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Johnny, 4 June 2021

I am looking for parakeets and zebra finches,I must have them before I wanted two males and two females of both birds


Richard, 25 May 2021

Got a male and female parrakeet and looks like the female is getting a big butt. Is this indication that she is making eggs. What special care for nesting or treats if female is bulging and about to have eggs.


Jomana, 15 November 2020

love what you said :)


Gary, 4 May 2020

Looking at getting a budgie as a family pet


Perplexity, 14 March 2020

So uh,, this is my first time breeding budgies and if you're asking, yes ive got everything prepared. My only concern is if my male and female budgies are getting along, usually i see them squabblong or figgting whatever and other times i see them feedong eachother food and occasionally trying to mate (i say this because im not intirely sure that my male budgie knows how to 'mate' he just kinda taps her on the back). Anyway my hen has just layed two eggs at the moment, and is keeping them incubated, the only problem is that she wont let my male budgie get anywhere near the nesting box; which im assumping shes just overprotective, also im worried if she'll starve lookong after the eggs if she's not going to be able to eat at the same time. Um, is there anything i can do as such, because im just leaving them be right now.

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