How to Take Care of a Budgie
How to Take Care of a Budgie. Budgerigars, or budgies for short, are delightful birds that make great pets. In fact, they are the third most-kept pet after dogs and cats. This Australian bird costs little to keep, is happy in a home environment and will even try to copy your words over time.
– Budgies: Colourful, attractive, sociable birds that are easy to keep and look after.
– Budgies in the wild eat a wide range of seeds, grains, and vegetation.
– With patience, Budgies can become quite tame although it is essential they are trained from an early age, and by one person only.
– Budgies are intelligent and inquisitive birds that enjoy playing and climbing.
Birds need to have some space to play and stretch their wings. If you care about their well-being, try to find a model which lets the light go through. The cage should be at least 50 centimeter (19.7 in) D x 60 centimeter (23.6 in) H x 80 centimeter (31.5 in) W. Click here to watch video of getting new birdcage.