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Answered 2011-09-12 22:10:38

Cockatiels and budgies can get along perfectly together if given enough space. You need to make sure their cage is big enough or else they may fight which is bad news for the budgie!

Cockatiels are very docile and sedate, Budgies are quite aggressive , and will terrorize Cockatiels, it has nothing to do with size, they should have separate cages, no parrot species should ever be mixed.


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I had finches and budgies (along with other birds) in an aviary together and they didn't fight at all.

Never say never, but very unlikely long-term

Some budgies will get along with other exotic birds, some won't. It depends on what bird is with the budgie. I've known some that get along with Cockatiels. As for wildfowl, I'm not sure budgies will get along with them.

not sure butif you do get budgies dont put a a male and a male and a female together one male will eat the male then it will eat the female and then it will eat the eggs and then it will die.

English and Australian budgies can go along fine if they have enough food, water and space.

yes you cna keep two female budgies in one cage they get along very well

If they were born together yes but if you just pick random budgies from the pet shop, they would fight and it would NOT end well, trust me

It can get a little crazy with so many budgies in one cage, but if the budgies get along and dont fight it should be okay for them all to nest in one cage.

Yes. Budgies aren't very aggressive toward birds. In fact, they love company.yes, budgies and finches live very well together

If they had nothing to fight over, then yea.

budgies and parakeets are the same things so yes

There have been cases where they do, but it is not recommended to mix different species of birds in the same cage. Cockatiels are much bigger than parakeets, and can cause serious damage from a single bite.

for some reason my budgie and my lovebird get along and seem to mate. i don't think budgies and love birds get along.

Well how are they acting together? Are they both female? Because if they are they normally don't get along. Did you introduce them gradually or just throw them in the same cage? Because if you did then they want get along introduce them gradually!

If you like sucking boobs and penises for a living, then yes.

This question is a matter of opinion. Some people like English budgies better than regular budgies or other people like regular budgies better than English budgies.

Cockatiles and budgies are fine together, but they need the space of an aviary, not just a small cage. Also, the cockatiels tend to be a little less likely to breed, as budgies will take over any nesting box there may be.

budgies like to play with toys. Budgies also like to perch, climb, and play.

English budgies are bigger than the wild species

If you are planning to breed the lovebirds than the answer is nooo!! lovebirds are known to be Extremely aggressive while breeding to the point of killing other birds. Budgies are defenceless against those love birds.

Yes, budgies are parakeets.

I've read many an article where Budgies are said to be a natural enemy to the Cockatiel, however; I have three Budgies and two Cockatiels who live in separate cages but daily are allowed out to roam around the livingroom together. They all get along quite well and most times explore each others cages while sampling each others food dish. Occasionally the male Cockatiel will make a ruckus if one of the male Budgies happens to be in the cage with the female Cockatiel, but none of them have ever fought or shown any display of aggression where I have had to intervene. They get along (as a family).

Yes, they're called gay budgies, ey.

It depends budgies are fun loving popular birds. I have 5 budgies in my opinion budgies budgies also live up to 16 years

Any dog if you get it young enough you can get it used to them like ive got 3 dogs and 3 cats they are fine with my chooks and budgies and our chooks are free ranged and out all the time

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