The female and male parakeet do a cloaca kiss and make a baby bird deedadee
Depends on whether a man or a mouse
Probably when they are very affectionate with one another or you have baby parakeets.
yes. sometimes, the male has been known to eat or peck the babies.
what do you call a baby parakeet
A female parakeet can lay an egg without a male, but it will not be fertilized, therefore the egg will not hatch. So, yes, a female parakeet does need a male to "hatch" an egg.
Only if he is showing any agression towards the mother or baby, or if he is trying to mate with the baby. That would be very weird.
if laying, yes/
yes! when the eggs are hatched the male will help the female feed the babies.
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.
its a male its a male
It might peak the male's head for fun. My parakeet does that and my dad says they are just having fun.
Depends on the male if it usually goes in the nest then yes
A female parakeet has blue-tipped wings and a male parakeet has red-tipped wings.
alot of times it is by accident. the parents might crush the egg or don't feed it enough. but the male parent might not like the baby and attack it.
A male parakeet has a blue nose above its beak.
A male parakeet has a blue nose. A female parkeet has a brown nose.
no, if its the father the male usually helps the mother.
Male ducks can be territorial and may sometimes kill ducklings!
If it has a bluish pinkish nose it is a male. It is still a baby. When it's nose it completely blue, then it is an adult.
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.