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Bec Sta

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About Bec Sta

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    Adult Budgie
  • Birthday 10/02/1989

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  • Interests
    Animals<br />Drawing/Sketching<br />Writing<br />Reading<br />Photoshop-ing<br />Basketball
  • Location
    Melbourne
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    15

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  1. Very nice cage, all your budgies are beautiful .
  2. Sounds like you are off to a great start. Ah, where would we be without millet ....Very cute video too by the way!
  3. Millet seed (or sometimes it's called millet spray) is a treat given to budgies, and other birds awsell . It looks like this *Click Here* I buy it from pet/bird shops or sometimes from the supermarket.
  4. 1. what do i use to line the bottom of the cage? I use newspaper. 2. what kind of food can they eat? i'm getting 2 babies There is quite a range of food available for budgies, as apart of their everyday diet and for occasional treats. I give my budgies daily: seed, fresh veg and water and once a week either a piece of millet, arrowroot biscuit, sunflower seeds or honey seed stick. For more info on food check out the FAQ's. 3. is buying in bulk better? for 2 budgies? Refering to seed? For just two budgies I don't think you would need to buy in bulk. When I just had the two budgies a 2kg box would last a couple of weeks and that was changing the seed daily. 4. do they really need to have coal? my friend told me they need it to digest properly Sorry, can't help you out on this one. 5. what is cuttlebone? Cuttlebone is a source of calcium, but I find my budgies prefer to play with it and chew it up rather than 'eat' it. 6. do their wings really need to be clipped? They don't need their wings clipped, but their are advantages to it (as well as disadvantages). It really is a personally choice. Definitely worth weighing up the pro's and con's before deciding. And if you do decide to get their wings clipped, make sure it is done by someone with both the knowledge and experience on how to do it properly, such as a vet. 7. how often should the cage be cleaned? I do 'daily cleaning' which involves removing the veggies, changing water and seed, clean my cage once a week and every month I do a thorough clean out were everything gets a good scrub. 8. if i let them fly around the house, will they come back to the cage? If you work on taming them (i.e. getting them to 'step up' onto your hand), it might make getting them back into their cage an easier task. Though if you let them out to fly around, I would assume that eventually they would return for food, water or to roost. But perhaps start off small and only allow them to fly in one enclosed room. I hope that helped, I answered to the best of my knowledge and from personal experience with my budgies .
  5. The poor little thing . I agree with the others, the budgie needs to see a vet quick smart.
  6. Hi and welcome to you and your gorgeous budgies. Well done on the rescue, I am sure they are much happier in their new home .
  7. They're all gorgeous Lib, so hard to choose a favourite!!
  8. Hi and welcome to you and Trilby . She is a very pretty little girl.
  9. Wow that would be awesome, talk about a dream job, best of luck!!!! If you do happen to get in, I demand plenty of pictures :hap: .
  10. Great picture's, your budgies are adorable. Loved the story NickNack!
  11. Bec Sta

    Happy Birthday

    Happy Birthday/Anniversary Petie, looking forward to seeing your new aviary.
  12. Bec Sta

    :d News

    They are gorgeous, I'm glad Elvis is settling in well .
  13. Hi and welcome, I'm very sorry for your loss. Little one.
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