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    male/female behaviour

    Do female budgies ever bob their heads? Buford does it occasionally, but tonight s/he's doing it much more than usual. Hehe, maybe someday it will be clear of his gender... I say his because I lean toward that being correct, but I was watching him head bob (similar to wayne and garth in the wayne's world movie, hehe) and was curious as to if that indicated a gender.

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    Re: male/female behaviour

    Nope all budgies do that!! Its to get sound waves! But if you look on his/hers cere if there is definite whit circles near the cere then its a girl if there is some white but not toatal circles its a boy!
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    Re: male/female behaviour

    On your sig. buford looks like a female to me,but it is pretty hard to tell.

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