Yes, I believe they can.
No! He helps his mate to feed her and the chicks and help raise them. He should definetly not be removed from the cage.
i got a parakeet just 1.but next 2 the cage i have a par of cocktail birds.my parakeet had 2eggs in the the cage this mornin....so am thinken maybe the boy cocktail had sex with it throw the gate it sounds funny but i swair this is real....no lie can somebody anser this 4 me whats good....
yes, animals do not discriminate by age
No. The two birds could be companion birds, but they couldn't mate.
Sounds like he is attempting to mate with it.
When they mate after 5 weeks or so..
they usually mate in a bed jk they mate in their cage
birds on the ground are in the preditors zone . so if given a choice no they wouldn't nest there. but if that's where it's at they might . but they will never feel safe there.
anytime! mostly in spring though
Guinea pigs are definitley happier with a cage mate.
since no one has answered you... I thought I would let you know my rat killed and ate my two gerbils. I let her out for a while and she found a way into the gerbil cage and she attacked them. ick. Another rat I had killed it's cage mate (rat).
Talk about your serious, Erection
yeah by doing it
1 year old
This means that your parakeet is either scared if you keep trying to pick it up, or if its a male parakeet its calling to the female even if you only have a male parakeet it wants to find a mate.
It is difficult to impossible to tell the sex of a parakeet. Many pet owners only find out the sex of their birds when they mate.
it really depends on what type of parakeet you have and what environment they live in...they need to have a friendly and not mean mate too..
a parakeet chirps when they are happy, sad, lonely, or trying to mate.
the male will start feeding the hen
in a cage