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I have had a pair of Bourke Parrots for about 4 months now, and I have been wondering if they could go into my Aviary with my Budgies. They are around the same size and very placid. I was just worried that the Budgies might attack them? Or would they just be okay? Thanks any help is very Welcome!!!

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They are too placid to be housed with budgies. We have had both and that is from my experience with them :D

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I agree with Kaz I wouldn't risk them.

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In a VERY large aviary they would probably be okay but in your average garden aviary it would be pretty risky

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Thanks... I might keep looking into building them one of their own- which was the origonal plan. before my hubby got sick. I did want to build them a big Aviary and get more but now I'm thinking of one on the smaller outdoor size. Are there any good places to look in QLD.

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i have a large aviary that houses budgies, bourkes and turk parrots. the budgie dont bother the grass parrots, as the bourkes are siiting with 4 eggs and the female turk wont allow any budgies near her log. my only problem are the quails as my females wont let my male in the aviary

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i have a large aviary that houses budgies, bourkes and turk parrots. the budgie dont bother the grass parrots, as the bourkes are siiting with 4 eggs and the female turk wont allow any budgies near her log. my only problem are the quails as my females wont let my male in the aviary

 

/What size is your aviary?

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