These baby budgies are 5 weeks old and bred by myself. I have brought up their parents and grandparents myself too. These birds have been with me for years so you can trust them to be clean and healthy.
The genders of each are not known yet as they are too young and are NOT tamed. You must tame them yourself.
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Keeping budgies as pets is like bringing exquisiteness at home in incredible bright colours. Its breed name is called Budgerigar but is more popularly referred to as budgies or parakeets. Birds appearing as small parrots are referred to as the ‘parakeets’ by which the budgies belong.