Why are female parakeets agrressive?
It's more a territorial thing than out right aggressiveness. Not all are aggressive as I currently have 2 females and although they may sqabble now and again I would not regard it as true aggression. It is usually squabbling over a particular perch or seed bowl.
no male ones are bigger
No because the two males might fight over witch female they get
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
Because they want to see who is dominant
That means it is a female
Your parakeets may have not been male and female they might have just been 2 females or 2 males.
Male parakeets tend to be easier to tame and dont bite as much. Females generally nip and are harder to tame however when you do tame both genders they are both wonderful. I have a male and a female Although I got my male first he is still way more tame then my female.
Well, if parakeets are healthy and happy both male and female will chirp alot. That being said, male and female parakeets will often screech if they are not happy or if something like your music being played too loud or a cat is bothering them.
Some female ones may be mean and some may be nice.
Yes like our parents!
Yes, because it makes it better, if another pair is breeding.
You will know when your parakeets (male and female only) want to mate when they start to get along with each other. The male will start to respect the female and began feeding her. This is also a sign for breeding. Enjoy breeding your parakeets! Trust me, it's a LOT of fun!
Both male and female parakeets sing, squawk, chirp, etc.
By there noses. A males nose is blue. A female is pink or a light peach
They may, but will not do much harm to each other if they do.
both male and female
I don't think so. I read that adult female parakeets noses are brown and that adult male parakeets noses are blue. But, young female parakeet's noses are "bluish" and a young male parakeet's nose is pink.
singing is a way of comunicating for parakeets and a way of showing comfort, the male is probably not used to see a female...give him time, he'll get confortable in 2 weeks latest.
Yes, they can. I have two parakeets, a male and a female. They can also mate and have babies.
Parakeets do not give birth to live babies but rather they lay eggs. Each batch of eggs is called a clutch. After the female parakeet lays the eggs she lays on them to keep them warm until they hatch.
Parakeets don't get pregnant, they lay eggs. If a female bird has mated with a male bird of its same species, chances are eggs will come soon.
Yes well when i was in store i saw the yellow parakeets in one cage and the blue parakeets in another.The color of the bird doesn't tell you female or not it's just how god made them. This is a picture of a male parakeet.
It is best for the female to be at least 1 years old.
Yes, they can...although the eggs will be infertile
buy a male and female wait 3 years and they will lay eggs for you.
It depends, if they r both females, no unless its the babies mother and yes if they are both male or if one is male and the other is female. But sometimes parakeets only like the parakeets they think are pretty so its kind of anonymous.
Yeah i have a male lovebird & 2 female parakeets & they are just fine. Although other people have really aggresive lovebirds. luckily i don't
probabily not with a male, the male might eat them. I know that it sounds gross but it happened to me once. the female should be fine though.
if the male goes on top of the female then they are reproducing!
Parakeets are known to learn some speech. Female birds are said to be less talkative than male birds. Parakeets are "soft billed" parrots and as such, can mimic as well as learn some phrases. The 'voice' of the parakeet is small and squeeky - and often it's speech mimics the intonation of its owner. Generally only an owner of a parakeet will be able to understand a parakeets vocabulary. Parakeets can not be expected to… Read More
He is being very sweet. He is demonstrating to her that he would be a helpful daddy. While the female parakeets are the only ones who sit on the eggs, the males help to feed them once they are born. You often see male and female parakeets feeding one another as a way of relating, bonding, etc.
you can know if a bird is a male if the tail is long and the beak is a dark color.you can know if a bird is female if the beak is color clear
My female parakeet laid its egg on the perch where she was sitting down it fell down and broke when will female parakeets lay their second egg?
usually in a week
Sometimes, you can keep male and female parakeets (which are really budgies) in the same cage and they won't breed. Having them in a smaller cage indoors may stop them breeding, but there's no guarantee. Sometimes if the female is determined, she'll lay eggs in a corner without even having a nesting box.
I would like to know the same.
He feeds her the remains of his last meal out of affection!
no they do not they fight and are very agrressive especially with other rodents
There is not a set number of years that a male parakeets sperm is not good anymore. A female parakeet can store a male parakeet's sperm for up to 10 days.
No. In parakeets the color of the feathers is not how to tell the sex of a bird. The area where the birds nostrils are is how you tell the sex of a parakeet. If this area is a greenish or blueish it is a male. If this area is a light tan or pinkish it is a female.
Absolutely. Parakeets like to bond and males will fight for females if there is not one for each. But in your case, there are more females than males, which means that eventually each male will bond with a female and the lone female will, I guess, be alone... Female parakeets don't usually fight each other for male parakeets, unless a female that is alone tries to steel a male that has already bonded with another… Read More
Probably when they are very affectionate with one another or you have baby parakeets.
bcuz it tells you that your female is an older adult around 10 to 15 in bird age
yes its true im a scientist
It is the same as looking at a regular parakeets nose, the darker the blueish color you know its male the lighter the pinkish color then its a female.
It's when the male parakeet tries to empress the female parakeet and when the female decides to except it she nods her head up and down and lowers her body to the ground
Both. My parakeet is male and sings just about every morning, and my friend has 2 parakeets, one male, one female and they both sing.
No. Three parakeets CANNOT mate. Say you have two females, and one male parakeet. One of the females will mate with the male and will create about 4 to 8 eggs. The other female will just sit and watch. Though, I do recommend that you keep an even number of parakeets in a cage for successful breeding. Just saying. Well, enjoy breeding your parakeets! My birds had 6 babies! *There sooo cute!*
yes! when the eggs are hatched the male will help the female feed the babies.
The female is always on the bottom and the male is on top and they will do a lot of chirping and screaming. Hope i helped --Marisa