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    Lightbulb "pregnant" budgies?

    I'am curious, what dose a budgie look like before they lay the egg, like how big do they get. I cant find any pictures on the internet at all so can someone please post one for me please!


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    Re: "pregnant" budgies?

    before she lays the egg she will not look swollen , she will look normal .

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    Re: "pregnant" budgies?

    Thanks for replying. I was wondering because well wouldent they get bigger holding somthing (or a few) like maybe the size of their head in them?? haha Anyways thanks for the reply again.
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    Re: "pregnant" budgies?

    I dunno... my girl's abdomen was swollen for a little while before she began to lay... then it went back down when she was done.... It just made the area behind her legs much thicker and 'tubular' then before.

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    Re: "pregnant" budgies?

    ok her tail will woblle up and down every few seconds one the perch also her cere will go crusty

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    Re: "pregnant" budgies?

    is a crusty cere a sign of "ovulation," or "getting ready, prepared to breed?"

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    Re: "pregnant" budgies?

    The crusty cere is a sign that they are ready to breed -its the pheramones.


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    Re: "pregnant" budgies?

    will EVERY female bird lay eggs, no matter what?

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    Re: "pregnant" budgies?

    No.


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    Re: "pregnant" budgies?

    yeah thats good to know

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