Yes, you can. However, they have to be compatible. Female keets can be ruthless toward each other, so watch them for trouble and separate them at the first sign of serious fighting. Yes you can. It depends on the birds. Female budgerigars can be very aggressive and territorial. If you plan on getting two females, you should make sure that you have the resources to keep them in separate cages if it becomes necessary. Two females may get along better in a large aviary situation where there are multiple birds of both sexes.
Because they want to see who is dominant
You can't put two males in with a female or else they will fight for the female parakeet and one of the male parakeets can die because they will fight
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Yes, Parakeets love to have company in their cage, two mail parakeets would be fine together.
No because the two males might fight over witch female they get
Young parrots of any breed can be placed in the same cage as older parrots, but ensure that the cage is big enough to hold more birds.
Yes, i have 4 parakeets in a cage. First put them in 2 seperate cages next to each other to get used to one another for a few days. then you can put them together in one cage.
Most definantly! You could put a thousand in and it would ok! Parakeets are very social. Just make sure you have a big enough cage.......or an aviary!
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No, Quakers can be very territorial and will nip other, smaller birds........
put them in separate cages and don't let them out at the same time out of their cage until they get along
I have no problem with my two male parakeets in the same cage. Peppy (a male) came to live with me first. I went to the pet store to buy a female parakeet, Tika......who turned out to be male as well. They just love each other and are great friends. Beware of a lot of preening going on however!