It is a good place to land.
yes to exercise their wings
They are about the same speed.
The bones are hollow and make the bird light and he can fly by flapping his wings.
yes because even they dont have budgie they still run and takeover #Bobo Girl =PP
Your budgie is trying to exercise. He cannot fly properly, but if he grips the cage and flaps his wings, he is getting some of the exercise he craves. Just because the bird seems to want to fly, do not allow it to. A budgie on the loose in a house is a recipe for disaster for the bird.
A budgie or a parakeet is not considered to be an extremely fast bird. They are noted to fly at about 25 to about 30 miles per hour at their very top speed.
Usually until it gets all of its feathers.
Budgies do not soar. They fly, and to do so, they must flap their wings.
A budgie inside its cage in the house should be covered up in the evening so that the conditions reflect its normal cycle of daytime-night time. A budgie should not be permitted to fly freely around the house with the lights on.