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    colour cere for my baby male or female budgies and behavior

    ping I have 3 budgies one is baby blue the second budgie is dark blue and the last one is green. The green budgie it's cere colour has a purplish all over and blue right on the top.Then it's all purple.

    The dark blue budgie , it's Cere changes, first its whitish around the nostrils and bluish on the top and purplish in the other places then it turns pinkish.

    the baby blue budgie , its pretty much the same thing as the second one.

    The behavior is very differint the green budgie and the baby blue budgie, the kiss or something live that. the Dark budgie, it will do the same thing with the green budgie but if the baby blue budgie will see them, it will attack the dark blue budgie.
    Then they will fight for few seconds then stop.


    What the hell is going on



    Can you please

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    Re: colour cere for my baby male or female budgies and behav

    Hi!

    How old are all 3 birds? The ceres can take a while for young budgies to fully develop. Really baby budgies tend to have whitish/purple ceres. They can take over 6 months to fully change. I thought my female budgie was going to be a boy for ages as her cere looked like it would go blue? Good job the name 'Jo'can be a girl's name too!

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    Re: colour cere for my baby male or female budgies and behav

    your budgies are young and hormonal. there cere will change colour for a while. Then after the first moult or so the cere stay a colour showing what gender it is. Brown/pinkish is female. blue, not quite purple, but slightly-is male. I hope this helped you. But pls do not use such language, just a reminder other people come here and dont always want to see that. But thank -you and if you need anyother help pls feel free to ask!

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    Re: colour cere for my baby male or female budgies and behav

    I was shocked when i first met my new male budgie, his cere is crusty brown like around mating time for a female, but his beak is blueish, as are his feet! And he is definately behaviorally more of a male...ODD!

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    Re: colour cere for my baby male or female budgies and behav

    if the actual beak is blue, i would call the vet, but if you are meaning the insider part of the i wouldnt worry. blue feet. make sure your budgie is warm. and be sure he has a balaced meal. if the cere is still really crusty though around the edges and parts of it is flaking off, there is something wrong and you need to look into that.

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