Parakeets, often known as budgies, are excellent pets for individuals who desire a smaller pet bird or care for a feathered buddy.

Small multicolored birds known as parakeets, budgies, or budgerigars. This small parrot family member is an ideal companion for anyone looking to adopt a bird as a pet. They are relatively easy to tame and care for as a pet bird.

Parakeets are the most popular pet birds in the United States. These colorful miniature birds are available in a variety of vivid colors.

Budgies are calm, kind birds. They’re also easy to train, especially if you get one when you’re young. Budgies are also more energetic, lively, and quiet than other parrot species.

Parakeets are lovely, gregarious birds who enjoy interacting with each other and their human companions. They may also be taught to communicate. However, even though they are pretty easy to care for, they do have some unique requirements.

When raised in captivity, parakeets have an average lifespan of 6 to 12 years. However, budgies can live up to 20 years if they are well cared for.

A parakeet is a fantastic choice if you want a little pet with a huge heart. Parakeets are active and friendly creatures who flourish in practically any living condition if given good care and plenty of attention. They’re ideal for senior citizens and apartment residents whose landlords allow small birds.

 

 

Interaction & Behavior

 

In the wild, parakeets dwell in big groups and are highly gregarious birds. Parakeets, as a result, require a lot of social engagement with their owner or a partner in order to stay happy and healthy. If you want to train your parakeet to be friendly to humans, we recommend starting with just one bird. When housed in pairs or groups, parakeets are the most active. To avoid harm, however, great attention should be given before any two birds are placed together.

 

If exposed to a variety of words and sounds on a regular basis, parakeets are one of the best talkers in the avian world. You can use a range of training methods to assist your bird in learning to talk, including digital speech recorders (Wordy Birdy) and CDs. However, your voice is your most effective training instrument. Simply by conversing with your bird regularly, you can teach it to speak. Please remember that while many birds choose to communicate, the decision to learn is entirely up to the bird – not every bird communicates, and there are no guarantees.

 

Housing

 

Parakeets are active birds who require a cage that is at least 18 square feet in size “18” x 18″ x 18″. The bigger the cage, the more comfortable the bird will be. Because hookbills like to climb, a proper cage should include horizontal bars on at least two sides. Climbing is made easier with horizontal bars. Bar spacing should not exceed 1/2 inch “in order to avoid harm.

 

We concentrate on education, nutrition, and environmental protection. We put forth a lot of effort to educate our consumers about parrot companionship with parakeets. We will provide information on correct housing, creating a safe environment, diet, behavior, hormones, and much more before bringing a bird home. There will be no unanswered questions.

Hand-fed young parakeets for sale are weaned onto a diet rich in variety. Fruits and vegetables, a soak and sprout mix we manufacture in the store, high variety seed we also create, and naturally colored pellets are used to wean them. Please call us if you have any questions about these young parakeets for sale or any of the others that we have available! More photos, videos, and information may be found here.

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