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:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes: hello friends i am vikaas from india .

 

i 'll post a video of my budgies bbehaviour please help me about it .

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This thread may seem to repeat itself, as I have merged two topics with identical questions.

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hello friends i am vikaas from india. and m new to this forum .

 

i have two pairs of simple budgies. they are about 4 to 6 month aprox. i think

 

my one budgie ( looks like a male ) starting strange behaviour since yesterday .

 

he doing like that continuesly . but he can eat not properly.

 

 

please watch this video and tell me about this .

 

 

 

these are pics of my four birds

 

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Hello and Welcome to the Forum.

I don't know if it is stargazing but it looks like he or she is twirling to one side so it probably is, I had a stargazer last year and my hen sat on the perch with her head all the way back looking at the sky.

 

I did a google and it wasn't so much to do with calcium as a infection of types, I needed to treat here with nyastin or trimadine. Any way my hen came good and then relapsed again.

My advice to a google search on startgazers and twirlers. And other than that if you are not sure and you are worried take the bird to an avian vet for an opinion.

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hello friends i am vikaas from india. and m new to this forum .

 

i have two pairs of simple budgies. they are about 4 to 6 month aprox. i think

 

my one budgie ( looks like a male ) starting strange behaviour since yesterday .

 

he doing like that continuesly . but he can eat not properly.

 

 

please watch this video and tell me about this .

 

 

 

these are pics of my four birds

 

DSC04126.jpg

 

DSC04084.jpg

 

 

hello im sorry but them babys look no more than 6 to seven weeks old ...so unless thats an old picture

also what is it thats on the head of the green budgie and the blue one ???

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they has red on head . its red feathers

 

 

and the picture is recent .

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sorry but budgies dont have red feathers its impossible genetically mate

and thoughs birds are only out nest recently no nests should be available to them for twelve months

find out what the red is it could have something to do with your birds sickness

its not natural or feathers its been put their

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sorry but budgies dont have red feathers its impossible genetically mate

and thoughs birds are only out nest recently no nests should be available to them for twelve months

find out what the red is it could have something to do with your birds sickness

its not natural or feathers its been put their

 

 

 

She's from India, GB. That red colour is probably that red food dye powder that they use there all the time.

 

 

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Hi, About the red head. Do you have a pink iodine block or it could be a blood stain. Either way nothing to get exited about.

 

As for the twirling bird. Take him back to the seller. Or your Vet's bill will be greater than the value of the bird & with no

 

guarantee of a cure.. Yours B. J.

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sorry but budgies dont have red feathers its impossible genetically mate

and thoughs birds are only out nest recently no nests should be available to them for twelve months

find out what the red is it could have something to do with your birds sickness

its not natural or feathers its been put their

 

 

 

She's from India, GB. That red colour is probably that red food dye powder that they use there all the time.

 

 

 

Look to the left under profile, Vikaas Mehra is a male. :)

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friends some indian budgies has red in there head

look more pics

 

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The red will probably disappear when the birds moult...

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As previously stated, that red is from rubbing on something. :)

 

For instance, whatever they are eating here:

 

 

vikaas0303-1.jpg

 

 

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NO FINNIE

they eating tomato and its ping on blue ones head LOL

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NO FINNIE

they eating tomato and its ping on blue ones head LOL

 

 

You are right, tomato would not cause that. :) Look around for something of a chalky substance, like a pink or red mineral block.

 

 

Although it is curious that the pink is only on the tops of their heads, not around their faces and beaks.

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Indians like to put red colour on their own foreheads.. Somebody has dyed these birds.

Probably the person who sold them to Vikaas. Just like the practice of Injecting fish with dyes

to make them glow in different colours. Cruel practices just to make money, no thought about the

animal. I only hope that the colour has only been applied to the feathers.

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I have seen birds in markets marked with red on their heads to signify either sold or the sexes of the birds.

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I have seen birds in markets marked with red on their heads to signify either sold or the sexes of the birds.

 

 

That's interesting. There appear to be both males and females with red on them, so it could be the option to indicate sold.

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