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  1. Orange peels can be offered to budgies as a treat, but it's essential to do so in moderation and with certain precautions: Freshness: Ensure that the orange peels are fresh and free from any mold or signs of spoilage. Moldy or rotten peels can be harmful to budgies and should be avoided. Organic: Whenever possible, use organic oranges to minimize the risk of pesticide exposure. Washing the oranges thoroughly before peeling can also help remove any residues. Preparation: Remove any seeds from the orange peels before offering them to your budgie. Seeds can be a choking hazard and should not be consumed. Moderation: Orange peels should be offered as an occasional treat rather than a staple in the budgie's diet. While budgies may enjoy the taste and texture of orange peels, too much citrus can upset their digestive system due to its acidity. Supervision: When introducing new foods or treats to your budgie, monitor their reaction and consumption. Some budgies may not show interest in orange peels, while others may enjoy nibbling on them. Variety: Offer a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables as part of your budgie's diet to ensure they receive a balanced nutrition. Orange peels can be one of many options, including apple slices, carrot sticks, and leafy greens. Overall, orange peels can be a safe and enjoyable treat for budgies when offered responsibly and in moderation. However, it's essential to consider individual preferences and dietary needs when introducing new foods to your feathered friend. If you notice any adverse reactions or digestive issues after offering orange peels, discontinue them and consult with a avian veterinarian for guidance.
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