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How to Tell Budgie Gender?

21.12.2023
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How to Tell Budgie Gender?
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How to Tell Budgie Gender?

budgiesThey are lovely friends who are the source of joy in our home. Especially our children's first pet experience usually starts with budgies. However, it can sometimes be difficult to understand whether budgies are male or female. Let's take a look at the frequently asked and curious points regarding this subject.

The most important determining factor to understand the gender of budgies is the nose part called cere located on their beaks. While the cere of male budgies usually has darker colors such as blue and purple, the cere of females is white, brown or a mixture of turquoise and white. However, the cere of some birds may change color as they grow. For this reason, budgies are usually expected to be six months old before their gender can be clearly determined.

If a man budgerigar If you want to, choosing birds with completely blue cere will help you avoid any problems. In addition, male budgies are more active than females and court female birds during mating periods. This behavior is often more visible. They may make an effort to impress the female by using the words you taught her during courtship. Females, on the other hand, generally tend to talk more at certain times of the day.

However, it may be a little more difficult to understand the gender of albino budgies. Because both male and female birds have white ceres, it can be really difficult to distinguish them. Generally, 80% of albino budgies are born female. However, birds with shiny ceres can usually be distinguished as males, while those with dull ceres can usually be distinguished as females.

The speaking abilities of budgies do not change depending on their gender. Generally, male budgies are more talkative, but female budgies can also be good at learning many words. However, in some species, such as cockatiels, female birds may have more limited speech abilities. This is not generally valid for budgies.

Understanding the gender of budgies may sometimes require certain experience and observation. However, you can accurately predict the gender of budgies by paying attention to their cerebellum and listening to their behavior.