Where Do Budgies Come from?

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The budgie is an inhabitant of the Australian mainland; however, it has been seen all over Asia, some sub-tropical and tropical regions of Africa, as well as Central and South America. The Budgie, which is in full referred to as a Budgerigar, is one of the most well-liked pet birds in the world.
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Australia.
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Yes, there are both colors. Go here to see many more colors and patterns: http://www.budgieplace.com/colorsguide.h… Male Bird Names: Paco, Ollie, Ski, Cody, Bandit, Cosmo,
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It's great you progressed that far! Most people give up - Anyways why were you trying to get her to go ontop of the cage to get it? I would reccomend clicker training. Buy a clicker
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The Budgerigar (nicknamed budgie), only species in the Australian genus Melopsittacus, is a small parrot belonging to the tribe of broad-tailed parrots
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