Well if there is another female in the cage then they are obviously going quarel over the lady.
Well, this is possible, if you want to have baby parakeets. If you do, keep thing in the same cage and install a nesting box. If you do not want to have babies, I sugest geeting a cage for each keet.
I just purchased a female Parakeet and a week later purchased a Male. Currently they are both in differetnt cages but I would like to know if I can put them together ?
She's probably about to lay an egg, or is attempting to nest.
more info: i was given 2 zebra finches in a cage. i traded the finches for a parakeet, keeping the cage. the petstore told me that parakeets need cages with horizontal bars, so they can climb easier; the cage i have has vertical bars. i've noticed my keet does slide down the wires. ... should i get a different cage? thanks
No! He helps his mate to feed her and the chicks and help raise them. He should definetly not be removed from the cage.
Once the gerbil is pregnant, the male should be put into another cage, away from the female. In fact the female's cage should be in a quiet, isolated place. Then, she is more likely to feed and care for the pups. So, remove the male from the cage ASAP.
Parakeet cages are generally very small, so I wouldn't recommend it. A rule of thumb is that a bird must have a large enough cage to be able to fully spread his wings, and it must be deep enough so that the bird's tail isn't damaged. Unless the parakeet cage in question is fairly large, then it should be fine. Also remember that the smaller of a cage you buy for your cockatiel, the more out-of-cage time you should provide him.
It your parakeet lays two eggs on the botton of the cage, you might as well just leave them alone. By know you should have a nest in the cage. it is a big box in the cage with a whole in it. we got one a couple days ago cause my bird laid 4 eggs!!!! i know it is crazy. Well, good luck with your parakeet!!! Essa
maybe not . . .I think
yes. They can mine were in the same cage. Parakeet is basically the word budgie.
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....
If you have another bird in the cage, whether male or female, you should remove the other from the cage permanently, unless you are breeding them. In which case you would removed any other males from the cage.
OK if u buy a parakeet nothing will happen.
no. it is just like touching an egg
Yes some say it will quiet the bird.
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
Yes, we had 2 lovebirds and a parakeet which were all in the same cage. They were all female and one of the lovebirds was the mediator between the other 2. The mediator lovebird passed away and the parakeet and other lovebird get along perfectly.
It's quite obvious, remove the male from the cage/enclosure...
If it is a Female killing a male She might be pregnant, mine is pregnant and she fights him somrtimes too but not anymore. If a female killing female, females don't get along and it could of got to the point of death. A male killing a male is prepostperous most guide books say get a male and a male or a female and a female that way so the parakeet won't be lonley
YES, but only after the American parakeet beats the English parakeet in a revolution.
remove her from the cage then remove egg
A budgie and a parakeet are the same thing.
No you can't the Alexander parakeet.