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Post: Female Budgie Behavior

Posted by Chris on 12/27/06

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    Hi, my friend at work has 2 budgies (American) in her
    office. Background info on them are, they are both
    female. She had a nest of sort in the cage. They had
    gotten along great and fly free about 3 hours a day. I
    was here Monday and they were fine, however when i checked
    on them today one had killed the other. It was horrible.
    I believe the surviving one is hormonal as her cere is
    crusty brown, somewhat. Could this be why this happened?
    Should the nest be removed and perhaps a male be placed
    with her down the road. I haven't told her yet, she will
    be upset. Any thoughts as to why this happened? Thank
    you for your time.



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  • Female Budgie Behavior, 12/27/06, by Chris.
  • Re: Female Budgie Behavior, 12/27/06, by Debbie from Calif..
  • Re: Female Budgie Behavior, 12/28/06, by Chris.
  • Re: Female Budgie Behavior, 12/28/06, by Jo-Ann.
  • Re: Female Budgie Behavior, 12/29/06, by Debbie.
  • Re: Female Budgie Behavior, 1/13/07, by Kitty.J.
  • Re: Female Budgie Behavior, 1/13/07, by Kitty.J.
  • Re: Also, 1/13/07, by KJ.