Recently, I adopted a baby budgie, Miracle, who has turned out to be female. I have a male bird, Sky, who was previously part of a pair and was very despondent when Sky's partner in crime passed away months ago.
I did the quarantine, during which they seemed excited to chirp at each other. After the quarantine period, I kept Miracle in a separate cage in the living room, letting them out to play in the evenings, after I came back from work. I was really fortunate that they got along...
...until one day I looked up from the book I was reading to see them getting along a little too well.
I don't have the time or resources for breeding. What can I do to make sure they're engaged and exercising together without sexing? Or what are my options otherwise, sexing or no? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!