What are egg laying budgies?

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Budgies are types of parakeets. Many of the budgies (parakeets) experience problems in laying of their eggs on certain occasions. The exact reasons are not known. Some think the budgies have this problem because of they are laying too many eggs or that it could be the cause of egg-binding. Most budgies will lay an average of four to eight eggs per cycle. Many egg-bound budgies are dehydrated and giving them more may help them release their eggs.
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Budgies tend to breed during the warmer months. In their native habitat of Australia, they readily breed from September through to March, which is Australia's spring and summer season
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There are no mammals that lay eggs. Part of the definition of a mammal is that they give birth to live young. Birds, reptiles and some fish lay eggs.
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To answer your question they will have eggs when the females vent (lower stomach) is bulging (just look under her tail) and when her poop is ginormous (you won't believe how big it
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Insects that lay eggs include nearly all insects. Some examples of egg-laying insects are butterflies, bees, moths, crickets, stick bugs, house flies, dragonflies, beetles, ladybugs
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